Bloomberg reports on the fishing industry in Louisiana as it drowns in oil:
Campo, 68, said his marina can’t survive long without the men and women who make their living in the marsh. He pointed to a new concrete slab adjacent his hoist and said he’d halted work on a building meant for the spot.
“If a guy can’t go fishing, and a guy can’t go crabbing and a guy can’t go get oysters, what good is the fuel?” he asked. “If they shut you down for four, five, maybe 10 years, what are you supposed to do in the meantime?”