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  • nomorehomes nomorehomes Jul 31, 2012 5:49 PM Flag

    This is to get a better settlement deal.

    That is just stupidity.

    BP laid out most of this quarter already.

    Doesn't take a genius to figure out that most buyers knew it would be a sucky quarter since maintenance and start ups and refinery down time are not exactly picking horses at the race track.

    If you live in the USA you should be happy BP is off the coast of TX and LA sticking straws in the ground and keeping your oil prices low. You should be grateful rather than whining all the time.

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    • grateful the ruined an entire ecosystem? are you kidding me? This management doesn't give a crap about anything, and their bad karma is catching up on them.

      • 1 Reply to wootangclanage
      • Management at BP has the same or greater integrity and value as any other large corporation that must please multiple arenas--shareholders, employees, and customers. Look around with both eyes open.

        There are unfortunate accidents in every business, regardless of extensive precautionary measures. In hindsight, they all look to have had a crystal clear easy prevention remedy. Numerous steps have been instigated in this industry to rectify any future unforeseen similar events.

        BP has done an outstanding job in the clean up of the Gulf ecosystem and their present management will take this company to new highs in short order.

        Cover your misrepresented short position and please stop the mindless, asinine bashing. It convinces/persuades only those of similar mental deficiency.
        GL

 
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