posted on Nov, 17 2011 @ 09:25 AM
I haven't forgotten it, and I never will. In my city there are 4 BP Stations. I would rather take the chance of running out of gas, having my car
towed, and paying that price rather than use any of their product, and I do go out of my way to be certain my money does not go to them.
2nd unfortunately because of that spill and the damaging chemicals injected into the gulf I cannot trust the fish from that area either.
Especially any bottom feeders. I so much love oysters, but due to the contamination from the Corexit from BP as well as the oil, I simply cannot
bring myself to eat gulf shrimp or oysters either one. Such a heavy toll on those who have depended on the gulf for their living. Now gone.
when we see fresh seafood our first question is "where did it come from". If it is fresh in a container, we look at it and see if it says
where it was harvested. If the gulf, we leave it be.
Simply cannot take the chance. thank you BP for your destruction of our precious natural resource.
BP is without excuse. My question to that company would be "Is there no mercy in your heart?" ..
I am quite sure their answer would be ..."No Mercy......No Heart".