1. A person suffering from hysteria.
2. hysterics (used with a sing. or pl. verb)
a. A fit of uncontrollable laughing or crying.
b. An attack of hysteria.
"Uncontrollable laughing or crying."
Sorry, Jall. I'm just not seeing it.
In light of your complaints here, your use of silly hyperbole is somewhat ill-advised, don't you think?
Gulf of Mexico oil leak volume estimates are dramatically low, analysis suggests | NOLA.comU.S. Coast Guard estimates of the amount of oil surging into the Gulf of Mexico from the Deepwater Horizon rig may be low by a factor of 10 or more, National Public Radio has reported.
Analysis of sea floor video made available Wednesday by BP suggests that 70,000 barrels a day are pouring into the Gulf, not 5,000 barrels a day as estimated by the Coast Guard, the report says.
If the analysis by Purdue University professor Steve Werely is correct, the amount of oil in the Gulf has already exceeded the 250,000 barrels spilled in the 1989 Exxon Valdez tanker accident in Alaska.
You proved my point. It's still not all cleaned up.Uhh, lived next door to it. Kept up on it probably better than anyone else here.
Only about 20 square acres are still contaminated chronically.
What diff does it matter if you lived on a house boat in the middle of it?
And yet you responded to my post.When I start giving a **** what you doubt or have faith in, I'll be sure to let you know, mkay?
Thank You Barack Obama for Restoring Honor To The Presidency.
President Obama will rank as one of our greatest presidents!
Carville, Matthews rip W.H. BP response - Glenn Thrush - POLITICO.com
once THRILLED chrissy matthews: obama's response to the spill "scares me. He's been acting a little like a Vatican Observer here. When is he actually going to do something?"
serpenthead carville, committed clintonista: "They are risking everything by this 'go along with BP' strategy they have that seems like, lackadaisical on this," Carville told CNN's Anderson Cooper on Friday. "They seem like they're inconvenienced by this, this is some giant thing getting in their way and somehow or another, if you let BP handle it, it'll all go away. It's not going away. It's growing out there. It is a disaster of the first magnitude, and they've got to go to Plan B."
politico, msnbc's (and my) favorite source: "Their statements came on a day when the press corps spent the better part of an hour grilling White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs about the administration's response to the Deepwater Horizons disaster -- and the cloud of confusion over the amount of oil spilling from the severed exploration pipe and BP's efforts to staunch the flow."
the press corps is getting pissy
what do you think they're gonna spit if this spill is still spewing in a month?
Reading is fundamental.
So no, you still have no point.