"It makes me feel like they were more interested in making sure we couldn't testify against them than in having us testify for them," George Crozier, head of the Dauphin Island Sea Lab told the [Alabama] Press-Register.
Includes a video of RM covering this latest wrinkle in the legal fabric comprised of the filthy knickers . . .
In no way do I blame the British people. I don't "hate" all things English. If I were xenophobic, I couldn't possibly bear living in Houston, Texas. But I'll be damned if I'm gonna post this and not mention that "they" and "them" in the above quote refers to British Petroleum. Hope that's not a spoiler for anybody.
_________________________ I always deserve it. Really.
Pull the oil derrick out of your ears..... That's what she said.
The name "BP" derives from the initials of one of the company's former legal names, British Petroleum. A multinational oil company ("oil major"), BP is the United Kingdom's largest corporation, with its head office in St James's, City of Westminster, London.
In no way do I blame the British people. I don't "hate" all things English.
I don't even know why you would feel obligated to say that. I'd be very surprised if anyone here feels differently. IMHO, it's a given.
But clearly, there is one among us who won't accept that position because it would leave him without an argument to — in his own infected mind — "win".
Call the corporation BP; call it British Petroleum; call it BP America; call it the freakin' Easter Bunny of you like. It's the corporation's leadership — regardless of where their citizenship lies — that sucks.
And it's the Bush/Cheney-nurtured MMS and DOI that suck for enabling the abuses that have led to this disaster. Last time I looked, neither of those two bureaus are British. But they suck just as much.
But *somebody* doesn't want to give up the very position I knew he'd take from the very first headline about the DWH rig. Priggish is as priggish does.
Like it would make any difference at all if no one ever referred to "British Petroleum" in the context of this event. He'd "unmask" some kind of anti-British agenda just so he'd have something to justify the huge wedge in his ass. There's predictable. And then there's km (which I suppose we could argue is no longer "keymaker"?).
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