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Originally posted by kadyr80
I whole heartedly agree and have been boycotting since the beginning of this. What I wonder is this though. I started this same thread weeks ago and received not a single response.
Originally posted by Goradd
why don't u just boycott everything that has to do with oil and wasting energy....which means GET OFF THE COMPUTER....i doubt u will so this....how about get ride of ur car....or the bus...or that coffee maker u use.....
You say to boycott which in reality ur not going to boycott anything....seems hypocritical to me
Originally posted by ANNED
The problem is that BP does not OWN many stations.
Private parties OWN the stations BP runs on a franchise system.
If the station does not make any money it does not hurt BP but the station owner.
Any if they have extra fuel they will sell it to Exxon-Mobil, Chevron, Shell,
or any of a large number of independent stations to help them cover there increase in sales.
By the way, while BP does have corporate-owned stations in the US, none carry the BP logo. They have a different brand. So have fun boycotting the wrong place. only Amoco gas stations are BP owned
if you want to boycott BP try ARCO ALUMINIUM its owned by BP and most canned soda is in ARCO cans buy soda in glass or plastic
Originally posted by purplemer
why not boycotte haliburton too since they shared the blame..
or why dont you go after the big boys that gave them the licence to drill... the government...
or why dont you blame the people who keep complaining about the price of pertrol and want lower costs...
blame game fail....