Thursday, July 29, 2010

From now on...

I'm glad they've got the thing capped and I hope they are successful with the relief well as soon as possible. I am still very concerned about the condition of the well and the sea floor around it, if there is a serious problem there we won't be able to do much about it. Going forward, BP will be receiving much less negative publicity and the consequences of the spill will fade from everybody's mind, except those who continue to suffer them directly. Out of respect to these people I am turning this blog into an open forum on the general topic of "fuck bp and all their fucking crooked cronies, pawns and lying asshole publicity people". Please maintain a respectful discourse, I don't want to have to censor anybody!

Thursday, June 17, 2010

What if it can't be stopped?

I hear it is possible the well could collapse completely, then the leak would be unstoppable and the very worse case would be realized- about 150,000 barrels a day indefinitely. I hope it isn't true.

Thursday, May 13, 2010

stanching the flow of information

apparently BP doesn't want anybody to know or even wonder about the actual rate of the leak.

ny times

Monday, May 10, 2010

why are we even debating this?

Can't people see that insufficient government control over these dangerous industries is threatening to actually destroy our civilization? The oil company bosses and their cronies should all be forcibly expelled from their offices, preferably by federal officers.
here at fuckbp.com, we're supporting nationalization and then internationalization of control over just about all fossil fuel industries, with an aim to eventually shutting them down.

other domains

I've gone ahead and pointed my other anti-oil company domains at this blog as well. I hope the BP Deepwater Horizon incident will help call attention to the need to rein in the big oil companies. There's a lot to be said about all this and plenty of information out there, so I'm just going to start slowly and go at it one step at a time.

Sunday, May 9, 2010

first post

I've owned this domain for about 10 years already. Now BP is at the center of what will probably be the worst environmental disaster ever, so I'm going to blog about it here. Why I own the domain. Interesting links. Etc.