Bullets Shatter Glass at BP Gas Station

Bullets Shatter Glass at BP Gas Station

There are 258 comments on the WREG story from Jun 9, 2010, titled Bullets Shatter Glass at BP Gas Station. In it, WREG reports that:

FAST FACTS: Reports of BP rage surfacing across the country Several BP signs damaged in New York Windows shattered at station in Southaven -- Windows at the BP Gas Station on Highway 51 at Custer Drive were shot out overnight.

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whatever

Cordova, TN

#248 Jun 11, 2010
BP hardly owns any of the stations that are being shot at or that are being vandalized... these are owned by people who are trying to make a living, they are not the ones who have caused the oil leak.... the idiots that are doing this are only hurting the working people who own these stations GROW UP!!! If you want to hurt BP then don't buy their gas dumba**ses !!!!!

Since: Mar 10

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#249 Jun 11, 2010
Benny Hinn wrote:
Good! don't buy anything thing from the f***kers. If you are an independent BP owner, get a new company
You're kidding right? Please tell me you actually have an IQ high enough to actually understand.

Its an oil spill. Big deal. You care why? A couple of fish die...they do that all the time, nothing new here. Any economic burden to the people of the coast will be taken care of by the Feds or by BP. So, if this is true, why are you so pissy about it?

This just in, Big Bird isn't a real bird! You going to freak out about that too?

Get a life, a hobby, a friend or something.

It isn't like the people on that rig woke up that morning and planned on an economic disaster.

Absolutely pathetic. All you people whining about it are doing nothing but that, whining. Do something productive with your day. Help out the homeless, work at the food bank. It isn't like the world is going to come to a freaking halt.

henj4

Oxon Hill, MD

#250 Jun 11, 2010
ReeReeBooKizzy wrote:
Dat not my baby he no do dat.
These are ignorant white people, idiot! Like you!
henj4

Oxon Hill, MD

#251 Jun 11, 2010
RobertT wrote:
IF THE OCEANS DIE WE DIE!
Some people blame Obama and some people blame BP for the oil spill. The fact is that the blame for this oil spill rest squarely on the shoulders of the enviroMENTAL wackos and the politicians they support. The ones that pass laws preventing drilling in the USA.
If it were not for the environmentalist forcing the oil companies through tighter and tighter
regulations to drill off shore the oil companies would be drilling on dry ground. Not one mile under the sea. If this spill had occurred in ANWAR the leak would have been stopped and the clean up complete by now. So when you see those dying sea birds and the dead endangered sea turtles and those out if work fishermen do not blame BP or the oil companies. Point the finger of blame at the people that are fully responsible. The environmental wackos and the **** politicians they have elected.
They should blame Cheney, Mr. Haliburton.
David Taylor

Newport News, VA

#253 Jun 11, 2010
I understand that many BP stations are privately owned by people who had nothing to do with the oil volcano in the Gulf, but I'm still boycotting them and proudly wearing a "Boycott BP" sticker on my bumper. They should consider themselves victims of their own company, the same as shrimpers and fishermen, and file claims against BP for lost wages. I'm financially supporting organizations involved in the clean-up, but other than a boycott, there's nothing I can do locally. It's very frustrating.
responsibility

North Hollywood, CA

#254 Jun 11, 2010
a few years ago everything was bush's fault. now we blame obama. wonder when we start taking responsibility for our own actions?
Tim

Southaven, MS

#255 Jun 11, 2010
Retired_Police_Officer wrote:
Shooting into gas stations is NOT civil
disobedience. It is thuggery of the worst sort. Innocent people could be
injured. Remember that someone may shoot
back at you, which is all we need: gas
station warfare.
You sure know what to say.
Tim

Southaven, MS

#256 Jun 11, 2010
David Taylor wrote:
I understand that many BP stations are privately owned by people who had nothing to do with the oil volcano in the Gulf, but I'm still boycotting them and proudly wearing a "Boycott BP" sticker on my bumper. They should consider themselves victims of their own company, the same as shrimpers and fishermen, and file claims against BP for lost wages. I'm financially supporting organizations involved in the clean-up, but other than a boycott, there's nothing I can do locally. It's very frustrating.
That is an example how you suppose to act without shooting.
Dakota

Olive Branch, MS

#257 Jun 11, 2010
-a-a-a- wrote:
<quoted text>
You're kidding right? Please tell me you actually have an IQ high enough to actually understand.
Its an oil spill. Big deal. You care why? A couple of fish die...they do that all the time, nothing new here. Any economic burden to the people of the coast will be taken care of by the Feds or by BP. So, if this is true, why are you so pissy about it?
This just in, Big Bird isn't a real bird! You going to freak out about that too?
Get a life, a hobby, a friend or something.
It isn't like the people on that rig woke up that morning and planned on an economic disaster.
Absolutely pathetic. All you people whining about it are doing nothing but that, whining. Do something productive with your day. Help out the homeless, work at the food bank. It isn't like the world is going to come to a freaking halt.
For a lot of people, their world is coming to a halt. A couple of fish? Try millions. not to mention the crab and oyster businesses. There are many businesses down there that will go under because of this. There is 1.4 MILLION gallons of oil being released into our oceans and you think this is no big deal? This has killed all of Louisianna's fishing business! This thing is much bigger than the Valdez screw up.
Dakota

Olive Branch, MS

#258 Jun 11, 2010
RobertT wrote:
IF THE OCEANS DIE WE DIE!
Some people blame Obama and some people blame BP for the oil spill. The fact is that the blame for this oil spill rest squarely on the shoulders of the enviroMENTAL wackos and the politicians they support. The ones that pass laws preventing drilling in the USA.
If it were not for the environmentalist forcing the oil companies through tighter and tighter
regulations to drill off shore the oil companies would be drilling on dry ground. Not one mile under the sea. If this spill had occurred in ANWAR the leak would have been stopped and the clean up complete by now. So when you see those dying sea birds and the dead endangered sea turtles and those out if work fishermen do not blame BP or the oil companies. Point the finger of blame at the people that are fully responsible. The environmental wackos and the **** politicians they have elected.
Leaks like this are why the environmentalists don't want them drilling on dry ground. BP is the ones who skirted around the regulations, they are the only ones to blame.
Muskego -J

Brookfield, WI

#259 Jun 12, 2010
And just how is BP going to fix the problem and compensate victims if their company is destroyed via boycott and property damage costs? Why is our government threatening to take over a company that is not headquartered here, or for that matter taking over any companies at all?
Fugget the vandals

Watsontown, PA

#260 Jun 12, 2010
The vandals need to be brought to court and spend time in jail.. this is complete hate speech and the USA justice system must bring these individuals to justice.. otherwise society must bring the vandals to justice..

the death penalty should be consider in all vandal cases
Watchtower 1

Odessa, MO

#261 Jun 12, 2010
The BP oil spill is what happens when the US Gov. and environmentalist wacko's force oil companies to drill over 100 miles out in the Gulf at a depth of over 5000 feet. Wake up people we have over 6 trillion barrels of oil in North Dakota and the Wacko's sue every time someone wants to drill. Hope you enjoy $10 per gallon gas from the Arab's and Chavez (Obama's buddy)
mickeyma

Bedford, NH

#262 Jun 13, 2010
These acts of rage against small business owners who have a franchise BP gas station are criminal and misplaced and cowardly.
There are lawful ways of expressing discontent over the oil spill- try voting.
I wonder if these criminals even vote?.

Mickeyma
Sludge

Berkeley, CA

#263 Jun 14, 2010
If the "small business owners" shilling for the BP Corporation, don't like the blow back they are FREE to change brands and associate with a slightly less abusive oil company!
Tmar

Cordova, TN

#264 Jun 15, 2010
All of you Obama haters, go to *****, u are prejudice and just want him out of the white house anyway!!! He has nothing to do with somebody shooting in a gas station. All of you rednecks can go to ****!!!
Dakota

Olive Branch, MS

#265 Jun 21, 2010
Tmar wrote:
All of you Obama haters, go to *****, u are prejudice and just want him out of the white house anyway!!! He has nothing to do with somebody shooting in a gas station. All of you rednecks can go to ****!!!
why isn't everytime someone doesn't like Obama they are racist? I don't like him and it has nothing to do with him being HALF black.
Johnny Dangerously

Tulsa, OK

#266 Jun 30, 2010
Mr Hands wrote:
yeah that damned TERRORIST SOCIALIST MARXIST COMMUNIST MUSLIM PRESIDENT ins't doing enough to fix this! we need SARAH PALIN in charge! DRILL BABY DRILL!!! TEA PARTY IN 2012!! and please no blacks kthxbye
What a tool...

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