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September 03 2010 Travus T. Hipp Morning News & Commentary: Bank Run In Afghanistan - What WILL Be Left When The Bank Has Been Run And Looted?
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"According to the Coast Guard, a mile-long oil sheen has spread from the Vermillion platform in the Gulf of Mexico off Louisiana. Petty Officer Bill Coklough says the sheen is around 100 feet wide." [source]...and other headlines simply read:
"Update 3:21 pm Eastern: The Coast Guard has spotted an oil sheen near an offshore oil and gas drilling platform in the Gulf of Mexico off the coast of Louisiana that exploded and caught fire Thursday morning." [source]Well Hey folks! Razer wants you to try NEW "Sheen-B-Gone"
"The incident has happened at the wrong time," said Eugen Weinberg, head of commodity research at Commerzbank." (source)...Like there's a right time... arrogant prick.
BP says drilling restrictions may threaten oil spill payments...Which leads directly to an item Razer calls "Got (uncontaminated) Fish & Shrimp?" (AKA "You've been lied to again"):
BP officials hinted that the company may not make voluntary payments, which it had previously consented to in the wake of the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, if Congress goes forward with plans to restrict the company's activities in the Gulf of Mexico. These payments include the $20 billion that BP promised President Barack Obama in a White House meeting that it would pay into an escrow fund to cover damages and government fines associated with the spill. BP executives say that if they are denied the right to drill in the Gulf of Mexico, which accounts for about 25 percent of the company's total annual profits, they might not be able to (emphasis mine/ed) find the funds to pay for these programs. [In Full]
Lab Results Raise New Concerns Over Gulf SeafoodDid you ever wonder how that happens?
(Aug. 31) -- A Boston lab hired by the United Commercial Fishermen's Association to analyze coastal fishing waters says findings suggest the government's claim that Gulf of Mexico seafood is safe to eat may be premature... [In Full]
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