What I'm smelling is a
combination of hydrogen sulphide and
some other, unidentifiable toxic gunk.
According to LaNell Anderson, real estate agent, what I'm smelling is a combination of
hydrogen sulphide and some other, unidentifiable toxic gunk. We've pulled up across from a
pond on Houston's ship channel, home of the biggest refinery and chemical complex in
America, owned by Exxon-Mobil. The pond is filled with benzene residues, a churning,
burbling goop. Though there's a little park nearby, this is not a bucolic swimming hole.
Rather, imagine your toilet backed up, loaded, churning and ripe
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