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Fri., June 4, 2010, 3:14 a.m.

Go sweet into the darkness…

AP Photo/Mike Stewart (Mike Stewart / Associated Press)
AP Photo/Mike Stewart (Mike Stewart / Associated Press)

Good morning, Netizens...

A dolphin lies on dead on a beach on Horn Island,Miss., in the Gulf of Mexico, Tuesday, May 11, 2010. Officials say that at least six dead dolphins have been found on the Gulf Coast since May 2. Authorities don't know whether the animals died from the Oil in the Gulf. Photo Credit : AP Photo/Mike Stewart

It is getting more difficult with each passing day since the Gulf Oil Spill to watch the dead and dying sea and wildlife flopping on the beaches of the Southern States on the evening news. Some, such as this dolphin, are already dead while others helplessly flounder as death draws near with each lap of the oily waves.

No one knows how soon the oil will be be gone but until then, lives are ending, animals are dying and precious wetlands are inexorably being killed. All you can do is sit and let the tears flow.


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