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100 Days into Oil Spill Crisis, Worst Appears to Be Over

There are 26 comments on the ABC News story from Jul 28, 2010, titled 100 Days into Oil Spill Crisis, Worst Appears to Be Over. In it, ABC News reports that:

BP's oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico began 100 days ago, a spill that has changed the Gulf of Mexico, causing immense economic hardship and environmental disaster .

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Tony

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#29 Aug 2, 2010
Trying to raise money to go help down in the gulf! Donations to help?
Anon

AOL

#30 Aug 2, 2010
@(BP shill) "I can read"
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Ha,ha,ha,ha!! If you like being a masochist--then by all means, keep on shill-posting for BP! You'll perfectly illustrate what chronic "mental denial" is all about--and you'll keep me from getting "rusty"!

Don't dissimulate on, or reverse-distort my comments idiot--I've repeatedly indicated that there are MANY entities (government and corporate) associated with the BP environmental catastrophe (posted on this Topix thread, and many many others).

HOWEVER, THE MAJOR PORTION OF CULPABILITY, AND RESPONSIBILITY FALLS ON BRITISH PETROLEUM!!! Actually and technically, the MAJOR portion of RESPONSIBILITY applies to BP!

In a perfect and just world--the first to go into GITMO, or be tried for mass CAPITAL CRIMES--should be ALL the BP executives associated with the Macondo cascading environmental disaster! Followed by other proven key aiders and abettors.

What you call "lawyering up" is well-known established S.O.P. for BP! Along with bribery, propagandizing, unsafe work policies and thug claims-adjusting.

MORON, what keeps you stuck on the notion that Halliburton built the Deepwater Horizon!??

Transocean :: Deepwater Horizon:
http://www.deepwater.com/fw/main/Deepwater-Ho...

I can read

Falkirk, UK

#31 Aug 3, 2010
Anon wrote:
@(BP shill) "I can read"
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Ha,ha,ha,ha!! If you like being a masochist--then by all means, keep on shill-posting for BP! You'll perfectly illustrate what chronic "mental denial" is all about--and you'll keep me from getting "rusty"!
Don't dissimulate on, or reverse-distort my comments idiot--I've repeatedly indicated that there are MANY entities (government and corporate) associated with the BP environmental catastrophe (posted on this Topix thread, and many many others).
HOWEVER, THE MAJOR PORTION OF CULPABILITY, AND RESPONSIBILITY FALLS ON BRITISH PETROLEUM!!! Actually and technically, the MAJOR portion of RESPONSIBILITY applies to BP!
In a perfect and just world--the first to go into GITMO, or be tried for mass CAPITAL CRIMES--should be ALL the BP executives associated with the Macondo cascading environmental disaster! Followed by other proven key aiders and abettors.
What you call "lawyering up" is well-known established S.O.P. for BP! Along with bribery, propagandizing, unsafe work policies and thug claims-adjusting.
MORON, what keeps you stuck on the notion that Halliburton built the Deepwater Horizon!??
Transocean :: Deepwater Horizon:
http://www.deepwater.com/fw/main/Deepwater-Ho...
You've admitted that there were many entities involved with the BP environemntal catastrophe?

What an utter retard.

Once again since you are always to deluded to ever be honest enough to answer any questions:

How do you know who was responsible when you don't know what happened?

If the only people helping, BP, the ones you can't give a single reason for being responsible, should be tried for capital crimes, what should be done to the execs of the companies who are acting completely irresponsibly and haven't contributed a penny to the cleanup?

Provide a single reason to back up your argument. You've posted thousands of words and proved conculsively you don't have a clue what you are talking about. If you had any real reason to blame BP a sentence would have sufficed. Why the denial? Which of the involved US companies do you work for?
Anon

AOL

#32 Aug 3, 2010
(BP shill):"If any worldwide trend comes out of this it is that you should hire illegal mexicans just like numerous US companies do."--could be worse--if, instead of "illegal Mexicans", they were just hordes of inbred British royals. Then it would be high maintainance parasitism and polo (instead of work).

More seriously, YOU are just displaying ingrained arrogance mixed with your weird clinging denial. You there, have a socialist government that is seemingly, doing all it can do to flood Britain with low-wage non-anglo (and often illegal) immigrants. So just more selective, self-righteous blabbering from you.

No doubt, there is serious polarization in the U.S.A.--but YOUR Union Jack still remains a worldwide symbol for colonialism--and BP expresses that type of arrogant mindset also (and quite REMINISCENT of the British East India Company attitudes).

I provide more than sufficient detailed explanation and sourcings. I am mindful that this thread is read by others besides a lame-brained BP-shill such as you.
I can read

Falkirk, UK

#33 Aug 3, 2010
Anon wrote:
(BP shill):"If any worldwide trend comes out of this it is that you should hire illegal mexicans just like numerous US companies do."--could be worse--if, instead of "illegal Mexicans", they were just hordes of inbred British royals. Then it would be high maintainance parasitism and polo (instead of work).
More seriously, YOU are just displaying ingrained arrogance mixed with your weird clinging denial. You there, have a socialist government that is seemingly, doing all it can do to flood Britain with low-wage non-anglo (and often illegal) immigrants. So just more selective, self-righteous blabbering from you.
No doubt, there is serious polarization in the U.S.A.--but YOUR Union Jack still remains a worldwide symbol for colonialism--and BP expresses that type of arrogant mindset also (and quite REMINISCENT of the British East India Company attitudes).
I provide more than sufficient detailed explanation and sourcings. I am mindful that this thread is read by others besides a lame-brained BP-shill such as you.
So once again insults and not a single thing to back up any of your arguments. Thanks for proving all of my points (again).

You can't provide a single reason why BP is responsible and you know it, nobody can until what happened is properly determined. You still absolutely refuse to blame anyone but the one company who is cleaning up the mess.

I think perhaps you are just a hater. You clearly hate BP but can't give a decent reason and you clearly hate Britain because you're a bigot and a fool. Apparently you also hate the residents of the gulf since you clearly don't want any of the other involved parties to help with the compensation and cleanup.

Is there anyone you don't hate including your own countrymen?
Anon

AOL

#34 Aug 3, 2010
(@ BP shill)

UR more fun than a barrel of upper-class, over-compensated British Petro monkeys!! Really you are!

BP is the sum total of many avaricious intellectual constructs--it's value is nil, nought, or plain meaningless to me--compared to the damage it has created in pursuit of greed and globalism.

UR confusing my expressed outrage, truth, objectivity and harsh reality cracking into your thick "BP can do no wrong" Zombie head--with ordinary run-of-the-mill hate!

Truth and Reality are like inexorable pressure and stress! Sooner or later these forces tend to establish their own equilibrium (or manifest consequences). That is the case with the Gulf of Mexico BP-driven greed-screw-up! Perhaps part of the BP-connected consequences will be a seminal tipping point--as to how Americans, most North Americans and other non-Brits view the "United Kingdom".

I like looking at the long objective range of things. Time will tell regarding my perceptions--but I'm quite confident that I am wiser than you.

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