posted on Jul, 6 2010 @ 04:24 PM
Originally posted by badgerprints
reply to post by Nivcharah
I like this attitude.
Which non petroleum, non plastic, non rubber, non asphalt, non synthetic portion of aboriginal Earth do you come from? And what kind of wood was
your computer carved out of?
'Evil Texans with their oil deposits." muttered the hypocrite as he lived his petroleum based lifestyle.
Where, from my reply, do you even get this idea from? How did I call Texans 'evil' by questioning the person stating "all illlegal aliens should be
shipped to clean BP's mess" as to whether or not said illegal aliens should then be rewarded with citizenship?
Where, from my link to the video, do you get the idea that I think ALL use of oil is bad? I am stating the GREED behind the method and means that
caused this collosal tragedy is the issue.
And my previous reply was questioning whether the executives of BP would think they have an allie in Texas (oil tycoons sticking together) or better
reason to fear retribution. Afterall, so close to oil tycoons in Texas, WHY would a BRITISH company even BE drilling off our shores? They can drill
off their OWN shore. Oh wait! That's a right, they would need to take precaution to do things right so they don't have another revolt from the
peasants for poisoning the waters. Not to mention what the oil giants in their part of the world would do to them.
Your reply to my reply makes absolutely NO LOGIC.
And NOW the news is stating the relief wells are a mere 300 feet from hitting the oil supply, which is 'way ahead of schedule'. The August date
"They" fed us was just rouse to tick us off only to be the heroes by beating the deadline.
In customer service this tactic is referred to "Under promise, over deliver" - which means they promise it will be done much later than it will
really take, only to please the customer by getting things done really quickly and satisfying the customer's needs. Hero saves the day, this way we
forgive them for the mess up that results and they can say, "But just think how much worse the outcome would be if we didn't do such a great job
fixing it so quickly!"
The problem is, no matter how you slice this one, it is a collosal FAIL on the part of BP and our govt.
[edit on 7/6/2010 by Nivcharah]