There must be something in the water that makes some Texans so strange.
It’s been nearly a month since a fertilizer plant in West, Texas, exploded [above], killing at least 14 people, and injuring more than 200 others, while leveling a significant part of the small town. It’s tempting to think, after a disaster of this magnitude, that the community and their officials would start asking some important questions about prevention and public safety.
And it’d be quite a list. There could, for example, be a conversation about the fact that the plant had no alarms, automatic ...