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The Rush family in Ponca City, Oklahoma woke up on July 13th to see that their pool water, normally blue, was bright yellow.

 Nineteen-year-old Darian Rush told KFOR NewsChannel 4,

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Jealousy's a bitch

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There are many questions that should be answered...

 

How do they know it was done by someone else through a break-in? Damage was done to the yard and such, but how?

 

What was the chemcal analysis? They would have it after two weeks. Obviously it isn't an air hazard, or contact hazard as people are walking on the edge of it with no protective gear. The liner was damaged.. was that due to the chemical, or the dumping?

 

Why did this make national news? Who contacted the news in the first place?

 

Does the family have any immediate enemies or folks that would target them?

 

Does anyone realize by shocking the pool too much (or using too much sodium dichloro-s-triazinetrione dihydrate in some normal tap water), you can turn the water green or yellow, or a combination of the two?

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I think blood can turn it yellow. :|

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The repair will cost the family thousands of dollars which is something that, Lona Rush, a single mother with two jobs, cannot afford.

 

But she could afford the pool?  You'd hope she took out insurance then...

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But she could afford the pool?  You'd hope she took out insurance then...

Insurance for a pool, really? I have one the exact same size that cost me $350 and around $150 to fill up.  Last time I checked, $500 was not thousands, so she could maybe afford the pool, but the cleanup of this may cost her more than she has.

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Insurance for a pool, really?

 

Every item on my property is insured.  Every item worth over

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I bet it's Kool-aid

 

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maybe she was drunk and her heavy deriere damaged the pool then she urinated in it. when she woke up,she didnt remember a thing. lets blame the imaginary vandals :rofl:

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It's more urine than pool at this point. You have to keep up maintenance on your pools, people!

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hmmm ... yellow ... maybe it was:

 

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That is a whole lot of pee.

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Mystery substance found:

 

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Alien urine, I bet. :P

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You shouldn't piss in a pool.  Dirty bastards.

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