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In rememberance of the Gulf of Mexico. Video compilation....

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posted on May, 28 2010 @ 08:58 PM

Originally posted by Just Wondering
If you're gonna be mad at anyone be mad at MMS and Obama for watching porn, taking bribes and letting BP (and others) get waivers on stuff.

Back pedaling would seem an art or trait akin to those seeking to deceive or alter one's perception of a given situation. Nice demonstration!

BP is in existence for one reason only, to make money, I mean they are even making money from the dispersant! NOT investing with them is the sin.

Rather obvious but Entirely Not the point here.

Do they feel bad for the environment? yes probably as I do also.

An unsubstantiated supposition on your part, with the latter seeming a mere "cover Y.A. recuse" for previously asserted assumptions and assertions stating otherwise.

Do I think it will be the endgame for the gulf? no by all means no.

An Opinion which has been made clear , time and again, in a myriad of threads board-wide ...

Can we get somewhat back On-Topic ... with regards the video compilation?

... and your outright dismissal of the same as nothing to see here?


[edit on 28-5-2010 by 12m8keall2c]

posted on Jun, 1 2010 @ 04:34 PM

Originally posted by Just Wondering
reply to post by 12m8keall2c

srsly, sell your gold and buy BP now, just a hint.

Really ... how did that work out for you?

BP shares sank over 12% by midday Tuesday after the company’s latest attempt to seal the leaking Gulf oil well failed over the weekend.

BP's 70 billion whipping

Let's see, you posted/bought BP stock on the 28th and before ... ooopsies.

Let me guess ... buy NOW?

[edit on 1 Jun 2010 by schrodingers dog]

posted on Jun, 1 2010 @ 04:58 PM
reply to post by Just Wondering

Don't forget that BP played a central role in the Exxon Valdez disaster:

May 25, 2010
BP Played Central Role in Exxon Valdez Disaster
And we all know that just took a short time to clean up right????
"The response to the Exxon Valdez involved more personnel and equipment over a longer period of time than did any other spill in U.S. history. Logistical problems in providing fuel, meals, berthing, response equipment, waste management and other resources were one of the largest challenges to response management. At the height of the response, more than 11,000 personnel, 1,400 vessels and 85 aircraft were involved in the cleanup.

Shoreline cleanup began in April of 1989 and continued until September of 1989 for the first year of the response. The response effort continued in 1990 and 1991 with cleanup in the summer months, and limited shoreline monitoring in the winter months. Fate and effects monitoring by state and Federal agencies are ongoing. "


Thank you for posting that video webpirate.

I am very glad I don't own any stock in BP !

[edit on 1-6-2010 by manta78]

posted on Jun, 1 2010 @ 05:37 PM
reply to post by manta78

I'm glad I don't own any either.
And thanks.
Sadly though, some of those statistics in that video were already outdated by the time I got it posted. I last read today BP has said it estimates it has spent $900 million on cleanup.

And it doesn't even appear to be making a dent.....

I may have to update it...but it get's more depressing each time I think about it...

[edit on 1-6-2010 by webpirate]

posted on Jun, 2 2010 @ 12:55 AM
I really would like to see the bill compilation of how much they supposedly are spending on cleanup. I beleive the costs they say that they spent are so aggagerated. I really hope the microbes work in the clean up of this catastrophy. Also, if BP knows about the microbes and how they work ,why did they not use them emmediately? Instead, they sprayed dispersants to hide and conceal how bad it really is. I say put in the microbes now. I wonder if BP is scared of putting in the microbes right away, because they might get in the well to eat the product. It is a tragedy to everyone and everything that is impacted by this dissaster. These videos and the past, shows the incompetence of BP and should be dealt with emmediately by taking them off line. If you cannot do your job then, i'm sure there is someone out there that can do it better. GET RID OF BP and have someone to take control of the well who is not BP.

posted on Jun, 2 2010 @ 02:26 AM
Thank you, I really enjoyed watching the video, even if it did make me very sad.

I loved the Gulf Coast and I am pretty sure that it will never be the same, at least during my lifetime.

No one in the MSM ever talks about how this will affect the economy. Many people have lost their jobs, property and consequently their ability to make a living.

Then, there is also the lost revenues from tourism. This will affect travel, as many people do not want to vacation near a toxic oil spill.

Hope that someday you can make another video of the Gulf Coast without the oil spill, when the area has recovered.

posted on Jun, 2 2010 @ 03:00 AM
I hate to be a party pooper and all, but after 40+ days the Gulf around Tampa is just fine. I remember like yesterday, er I mean a couple days ago. I even went over the Skyway bridge with the windows down. The Gulf, like planet Earth, is HUGE.

The thread should have been titled according to Louisiana. The ecological disaster that Katrina made, now coupled with this disaster, is intense for that region.

posted on Jun, 10 2010 @ 08:06 PM
Hello webpirate, please let me know when you've updated this video. Thanks.

posted on Jun, 11 2010 @ 03:46 AM
reply to post by Just Wondering

seriously you would do VERY well not to listen to much to any BP related PR, as we have seen BP is making a sincere effort to keep the rest of the world out of the loop. For you to think they'd convine the FACTS ONLY to you is kinda IGNORANT... For you to openly come out and proclaim your financial interest in BP is Highly downgrading to your rep as well... Came across you a couple of times now and must say.... I dont like you

there that had to be said... instead of acting like a selfish child only out for personal gain.

Webpirate thnx for the effort...

There is a new thread where the OP calculates there could be an upward amount of 200000 barrels each day shot into the sea... the way he calculates that number leaves LOTS of room for an even greater number then that... well worth the time to check out...

This is alot bigger then they make us believe...
another big development discussed before but only recently admitted by the MSM.

Its based on absolutely nothing when someone Claims the spill isn't that bad based on intel gained from BP itself...


Hehehe... and another revelation on the gulf spill:

dont they just keep poppin up?ybody remember the mysterious damge done to

And just to not flood this thread I wont link the following but anybody remember the mysterious damage done to plantlife north of the gulf spill?
Its VERY possible we saw the COREXIT at work already..

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