Sunday, 6 June 2010

BP's Epic Fail

If BP fails to cap the oil spill, I reckon they should get crucified financially. But really, if BP was put out of business as a result of this spill, what then? Will it fix the leak?

And how are UK pensioners going to feel when they retire and their pension pot is that much smaller because of BP's destruction?

8 comments:

John Demetriou said...

If you ever have a leak in your arsehole, I'll happily fill it with my big cock. Then it'll tickle your prostate until you clench in a state of perpetual pleasure.

How orgasmic.

Kevin Boatang said...

How could you do this to me John? After all the money I spent on lube...

Generalfeldmarschall said...

While you two carry on your mutual pleasuring, it falls to me to remind you that BP's liability is capped, by US law, at $75million. It is only out of the goodness(?) of their (black - oil-soaked?) heart (?!) that they have (voluntarily) accepted the cost of clean-up & compensation. Bankruptcy looms not.
Of course, O'Barmy could always put a special bill before that giant cluster-fuck known as Congress. I imagine that, in the present climate, it might just pass. But then , a high proportion of British Petroleum's shareholders are actually American. Oops.

Gordon the Fence Post Tortoise said...

TransOcean are the ones to watch here. The snippets leaking out (no pun...) about their substituting seawater for heavy drilling mud (possibly to save a few cents....) are a smoking gun of epic proprtions and likely making tort lawyers all over America come in their underwear (and load up their Volvos and head for the Gulf coast).

OldSlaughter said...

Is it not best to wait until we have a better idea regarding culpability.

This Blame BP lark is a little premature for my tastes and reeks of scapegoating.

Father Jack said...

Lets see how much the US Government wants to "keep its foot on BP's throat" once they realise that it will ultimately lead to another $3 per gallon at the pumps to protect the producers from future liabilities.
And how much did the French get back from Amoco after they dumped 1.6m barrels on the Brittany Coast?
Bored with the unbalanced media frenzy.

Kingbingo said...

At least people in this country have finally woken up to the fact that they are the ones who own BP through their pensions.

I used to enjoy watching Question Time and the like back in the late 1990's when everyone wanted to slag off BP for its excessive profits for shareholders. While the cunt doing the slagging off probably owned shares without realising themselves.

Fucking know-nothing proles shouting about whatever they read in the red-tops without understand the first thing about it.

John R said...

Normally incompetent leaders who have lost the support of their citizens invent an external military threat to unify the country. Obarmy is just using BP instead.