Yeah, about that BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010, according to Al Jazeera the area is now brimming with eyeless shrimp, sore oozing fish and various mutant creatures. Hmm, but according to BP” Seafood from the Gulf of Mexico is among the most tested in the world, and, according to the FDA and NOAA, it is as safe now as it was before the accident.” So who are ya gonna believe????
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You know the Gulf seafood that everyone has been telling you is safe to eat? Yeah well about that…might want to get Erin Brokevich on the phone.Seems a New Orleans law firm is questioning the government’s assurance the seafood poses no danger to the public despite it having lived in BP crude oil drenched waters. Testing by an independent group has revealed high levels of hydrocarbons which can cause liver damage. The federal government reopened more than 90 % of the fishing waters five months after BP finally plugged the hole which saw crude oil spewing into the gulf for months.
A big shout out to Alabama for spending some of BP’s “sorry we *ucked* up” money on a Motley Crew concert. Way to go!
If you thought BP’s Tony Hayward failed to win over the US public, wait until they find out what he’s done now. The walking PR nightmare has taken time off from the oil spill to participate in the J.P. Morgan Asset Management Round the Island Race sailing on HIS friggin yacht “Bob”. Well, isn’t he one lucky bastard!
Psst I hope he gets bitch slapped by a pelican!
Which part of restricted area didn’t they get? A Chinese coal carrier is threatening to spill 950 tonnes of oil into the Great Barrier Reef after veering 15km off course. The carrier, with 23 crew members onboard, is in danger of breaking apart after running aground. It is believed they hit the World Heritage Site at full speed. Capricorn Conservation Council spokesman Ian Herbert said the Environmental Impact Statement process had become a joke. Ya think?
Psst If we didn’t have to waste our resources escorting illegal boat people into Australia we might spend more time protecting our coastline!