The "No, it's not" tactic always evokes the "Yes, it is" response.
I should consider not giving km the ammunition to divert attention away from the topic, which in this case is pretty straightforward ~ Dickhead Petroleum is making a bald faced attempt to taint testimony from US scientists in the Gulf area.
This, and Dickhead Petroleum's obvious attempts, already documented, to minimize chances of an accurate measurement of what the three months of unfettered spill will cost them in terms of fine/barrel spewed in the the Gulf . . .
Everything that this corporation has done, everything it failed to do that allowed this disaster to happen, eleven men dead + the dead and maimed in Texas City five years ago ~ I agree with you, if we call the corporation Yellow Brick Road to Hell Petroleum, it changes nothing.
So, OK. I'm good with Dickhead Petroleum. Maybe now, when I post something about DP, we can eliminate the rabbit circle jerk. I do accept my role in this, being stubborn, but hey. Dickhead Petroleum ~ Works for me.
_________________________ I always deserve it. Really.
There you go again - we haven't even heard BP's side of the story yet and paying for expert evidence is normal practice. You need to get off this BP ticket now - it's only reinforcing everything you deny.
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