BP - Brown is the New green

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+6 1. badboy007 commented 12 years ago

0:14 i hate the way she says "environment"
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+26 2. Generalbeef commented 12 years ago

pretty funny :) , I wish it was a bit longer..
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+35 3. prankphonecall commented 12 years ago

mmmmm chocolate!!!!
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-2 4. Generalbeef commented 12 years ago

They should cover 2 hot girls with oil, and let them massage each other. :) :)
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+5 5. pidgeburger commented 12 years ago

what's an envarmay?
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+4 6. LightAng3l commented 12 years ago

"Are we moving forward? Are we making progress?"
That's the problem. Everyone wants to grow more and more every year. The down side is : With growth comes increased consume...and with that, we depend on growth.
In the eyes of people... If we don't grow we fail. Lack of growth equals failure. That's sad...
We should maintain a decent level and work on increasing efficiency...not grow to overcome lose.
But that's just my way of thinking...
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-5 7. PortugaL26 commented 12 years ago

Great job indeed British Polluters :(
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+1 8. spynode commented 12 years ago

#(removed comment) Whole world was the victim here and it isn't really a competition.
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0 9. kevlar commented 12 years ago

This made me think of BP being in deep s..t
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-3 10. MrCarrots commented 12 years ago

0:22 I feel like it's being poured from a bucket that says doo doo butter. Then i have the urge to sing "Won't you braid my hair"
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+2 11. fjwjr commented 12 years ago

Ok, it was the worst environmental disaster in history. But these boneheads think the rest of us are SOOOoo stupid that they had to make this to drive the point home.
News flash! The rest of us got it on the first day!
Was this video from the department of redundancy department?
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+5 12. Vaithan commented 12 years ago

Hehe, woman at 0:17 has obviously had too much chocolate already. No need for more! >:)
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+3 13. nodisc2 commented 12 years ago

Did you know that

Only 8 of the 126 people working on the Deepwater Horizon were BP employees.

BP only held a 65% share in the well, Anadarko held 25%. Anadarko are a Texas based oil production company with 4000 employees.

The rig itself was owned and operated by an American firm, Transocean. They have been questioned with regards to possible understaffing. On the night of the disaster there were just 18 employees on the rig, lower than any other retained record. None of these were engineers, electricians, subsea supervisors or mechanics.

The failed 'blow out preventer' was made by another American firm - Cameron.

The cement work carried out which was supposed to 'seal' the well was carried out by yet another American firm, Halliburton - once run by Dick Cherney.

Before the Gulf of Mexico disaster, ExxonMobil was the worst oil-spiller in US history.
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-1 14. VonAnka commented 12 years ago

Chocolate ? ;)
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0 15. USAnumber1 commented 12 years ago

#13 You say "The rig itself was owned and operated by an American firm, Transocean."

I think the Swiss and their almost 30,000 employees are going to be surprised to find out THEY do not own Transocean , don't you?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Transocean

Just hours before the blast, Quote:

"During Congressional testimony, Transocean and BP blamed each other for the disaster. It emerged that a "heated argument" had broken out on the platform 11 hours before the accident, in which Transocean personnel disagreed with BP personnel on an engineering decision related to the closing of the well."

A Japanese company, Mitsui owns a 10% share of the Deepwater Horizon rig.

Oh yea , Cheny sold his shares of Halliburton and stepped down as CEO in 2000 , ten years before the disaster.
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+1 16. MsZoomy commented 12 years ago

#(removed comment) Department of Redundancy Department!! LMAO good one!!!