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I Have an Agenda

Simply Put, The world needs to know that the well was sank on purpose for insurance Reasons

Google: TransOcean, Ltd (built the well for BP)

They received 401 Million for the well

They would've received nothing had it not got sunk!!!!!!
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"Sounds completely fabricated to me."dick
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Someone from BP needs to be charged with 11 counts of negligent homicide if this is true.
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That's a bunch of HORSE SHIT!

BP is a VERY safety conscience company, almost to a fault.

You can be fired on the spot for violating safety rules. And that's not just talk. It happened to a couple of IT guys at a refinery a few months back for just making a SIMPLE mistake that hurt no one.
 Quoting: The BP Guy 304338
lol, how can you use safe and bp in the same sentence in light of what is happening??
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[link to freakoutnation.com]

Jun 03 2010

Jason Anderson who was one of the eleven men that died in the oil rig explosion on April 20th in the Gulf knew there were problems with safety on the rig. He even signed his will before his last trip.

If Mr Anderson knew there were safety concerns, then why didn’t BP or Transocean?

The highest-ranking crew member to perish aboard the Deepwater Horizon drilling rig warned his family that BP Plc was pressuring him to sacrifice safety for the sake of time and money, his father said.
[link to www.bloomberg.com]



“Everything seemed to be pressing to Jason about getting things in order. In case something happened. Teaching me how to do certain things on the motor home so that I could go and do things with the kids, make sure that I knew how to do everything,” an emotional Shelly Anderson told NBC’s Lisa Myers.

Her husband drew up a will and talked about his hopes for their daughter and son.

The last few times Jason called her from the rig he was was clearly worried.

“Jason’s father told us Jason was concerned that BP, which controlled the rig, kept wanting to stray from procedures to finish the well faster, which Jason considered unsafe,” Myers reported.

“They were getting pressure from someplace higher up to do things that maybe weren’t exactly the way Jason thought that they should be,” she said. “It was a safety issue.”

The Transocean CEO sat in the Anderson kitchen and told Shelly how he would take care of her family. But even before the memorial service could take place, Transocean went to court to limit their overall damages.

“They haven’t even let us say good-bye to at least have closure for his memory a little bit, to have time to explain to a 5-year-old that her daddy is in heaven. They’re filing these lawsuits to limit us. They need to just slow down. Back up,” said Anderson.


VIDEO HERE: [link to videocafe.crooksandliars.com]

His widow said “Jason was the most wonderful man in the whole world.” Apparently he was. He died a hero.
 Quoting: TXGal4Truth


BP, Halliburton, TransOceanic, Dick Cheney, and Bush era deregulation. Just say "Thank You" to them. Damn, those past eight years or so of oil company dersperado bullshit really fucked this country up, didn't it?
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That's a bunch of HORSE SHIT!

BP is a VERY safety conscience company, almost to a fault.

You can be fired on the spot for violating safety rules. And that's not just talk. It happened to a couple of IT guys at a refinery a few months back for just making a SIMPLE mistake that hurt no one.

You are a f*cking LIAR.

I know one of the fellows who was on his way out to tow the rig when it sank and watched the video of it sinking that he took.

He has always hated working for BP because all they do is push push push and violate safety conditions.

They had 768 grossly negligent safety violations last year compared to Exxon's 1.

You are either an idiot or a liar, so which is it?
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They work on a bomb and look for explosives...cannot sacrifice safety. Soon as you do, someone dies.

BP may have a decent safety record BUT Transocean does NOT!
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According to a report by the Center for Public Integrity, no other oil company inspected by OSHA since June 2007 is even close to BP in the number of citations issued for egregious willful violations (760). Sunoco Inc. was cited for 127 alleged violations, eight of which were willful. ConocoPhillips Co. was cited for 119, four of which were willful, and Citgo Petroleum Corp. for 101, two of which were willful.

Just type in 2009 BP safety record into www.google.com

[link to www.lmgtfy.com]

They had that shit on daily/colbert can't remember which one you gotta be a fucking shill or a dumbass.
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Big deal. Most of corporate america these days pressures workers to do things that are on the edge just to make an extra buck of profit. If this guy was exploited so are most of US workers.
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That's a bunch of HORSE SHIT!

BP is a VERY safety conscience company, almost to a fault.

You can be fired on the spot for violating safety rules. And that's not just talk. It happened to a couple of IT guys at a refinery a few months back for just making a SIMPLE mistake that hurt no one.
 Quoting: The BP Guy 304338


Nice try, shill.
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That's a bunch of HORSE SHIT!

BP is a VERY safety conscience company, almost to a fault.

You can be fired on the spot for violating safety rules. And that's not just talk. It happened to a couple of IT guys at a refinery a few months back for just making a SIMPLE mistake that hurt no one.
 Quoting: The BP Guy 304338

well this is coming from the horses mouth.
who are you to say this is bulsht,were you working on that rig?
and that was his problem ,there are STRICT SAFTLY RULES and they wernt following them.thats was the whole issiue idiot.
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Big deal. Most of corporate america these days pressures workers to do things that are on the edge just to make an extra buck of profit. If this guy was exploited so are most of US workers.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 668328


Oh, so it's ok because it happens all the time? ""These days"" should take the blame?

""Most of corporate america"" didn't just wipe out The Gulf of Mexico now did they. BP did.

But thanks for pointing out that the world is run by flamming assholes. I see they are in good company.
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so he knew it was unsafe and he still did it
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better to have someone there who was concerned about saftly then to just quit and give up.
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and that was his problem ,there are STRICT SAFTLY RULES and they wernt following them.thats was the whole issiue idiot.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 975204


I have a strict rule that I will be a millionare by 30.

Just because I'm now 55 and $999,850 short doesn't invalidate the rule.






Or gee maybe it does, dumbass....loser
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Dude was an f-en pusher!!!

That is the guy in charge of daily operations of the rig.
BP pays Transocean to use the rig which the pusher is ultimately in charge of. If at any time he felt his rig was in danger, he could have called it off.

Here is the order:


Company Man
Tool Pusher
Driller
Assistant Driller
Derrickhand
Motorman
Floorhand
Worm

Sorry, I'm calling BS on this one.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 990067

in normal situations yes, but they can override him and order him to do it there way.he dosent own the frikn rig,he does what hes told or they find someone else to take his place.
he mit be the boss of the people on the rig but beleive me he has bosses who have bosses.hes a small fry compared to the people the own the oil.
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He has always hated working for BP because all they do is push push push and violate safety conditions.

They had 768 grossly negligent safety violations last year compared to Exxon's 1.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 744051


Then how come BP executives were having a party on the Deepwater Horizon rig to celebrate the great safety record at the rig?

"A group of BP executives were on board the Deepwater Horizon rig celebrating the project's safety record, according to the transcripts. Meanwhile, far below, the rig was being converted from an exploration well to a production well."

[link to www.google.com]
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That's a bunch of HORSE SHIT!

BP is a VERY safety conscience company, almost to a fault.

You can be fired on the spot for violating safety rules. And that's not just talk. It happened to a couple of IT guys at a refinery a few months back for just making a SIMPLE mistake that hurt no one.
 Quoting: The BP Guy 304338


Please explain why the man who was actually working there - and died there - had a different opinion than you.

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and that was his problem ,there are STRICT SAFTLY RULES and they wernt following them.thats was the whole issiue idiot.


I have a strict rule that I will be a millionare by 30.

Just because I'm now 55 and $999,850 short doesn't invalidate the rule.






Or gee maybe it does, dumbass....loser
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 976637

you are so frikn stupid.you dont think he had bosses that gave him orders,you think he was incharge of the whole operation?
whos the loser now?
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and that was his problem ,there are STRICT SAFTLY RULES and they wernt following them.thats was the whole issiue idiot.


I have a strict rule that I will be a millionare by 30.

Just because I'm now 55 and $999,850 short doesn't invalidate the rule.






Or gee maybe it does, dumbass....loser

you are so frikn stupid.you dont think he had bosses that gave him orders,you think he was incharge of the whole operation?
whos the loser now?
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Hey, lets just call it a day and let Mr. Cheney hunt by himself from now on...
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That's a bunch of HORSE SHIT!

BP is a VERY safety conscience company, almost to a fault.

You can be fired on the spot for violating safety rules. And that's not just talk. It happened to a couple of IT guys at a refinery a few months back for just making a SIMPLE mistake that hurt no one.
 Quoting: The BP Guy 304338

propoganda


Fuck off you piece of shit.

I hope you get run the fuck over you lying sack of shit.
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BP is a VERY safety conscience company, almost to a fault.

You can be fired on the spot for violating safety rules. And that's not just talk. It happened to a couple of IT guys at a refinery a few months back for just making a SIMPLE mistake that hurt no one.
 Quoting: The BP Guy 304338


Funny, I heard that they got fired for being gay....
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Another rumor going around...

Story circulating in New Orleans

With appropriate caveats:

BP contracted Schlumberger (SLB) to run the Cement Bond Log (CBL) test that was the final test on the plug that was skipped. The people testifying have been very coy about mentioning this, and you’ll see why.

SLB is an extremely highly regarded (and incredibly expensive) service company. They place a high standard on safety and train their workers to shut down unsafe operations.

SLB gets out to the Deepwater Horizon to run the CBL, and they find the well still kicking heavily, which it should not be that late in the operation.

SLB orders the “company man” (BP’s man on the scene that runs the operation) to dump kill fluid down the well and shut-in the well. The company man refuses.

SLB in the very next sentence asks for a helo to take all SLB personel back to shore. The company man says there are no more helo’s scheduled for the rest of the week (translation: you’re here to do a job, now do it).

SLB gets on the horn to shore, calls SLB’s corporate HQ, and gets a helo flown out there at SLB’s expense and takes all SLB personel to shore.

6 hours later, the platform explodes.

Pick your jaw up off the floor now. No CBL was run after the pressure tests because the contractor high-tailed it out of there.

If this story is true, the company man (who
survived) should go to jail for 11 counts of negligent homicide.

Alan
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AlanfromBigEasy on May 14, 2010 – 8:01pm Permalink | Subthread | Parent | [Parent subthread ] Comments top

This story did come from within the industry. I agreed to keep the source(s) confidential.

Alan
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ok GLP people here we go, i have to tell you the bad news i just got from a BP friend of mine over the phone.

The plan is to bare the leaking oil well with tones of metal pipes approximately 3,000 of them making it impossible to locate and plugged it from future operations, the reasoning behind all this is they will save the rest of the oil rigs and the oil refineries in the area from been exploded.
The extreme pressure underground not only causes earthquakes and volcanoes to erupt but threatens the oil industry worldwide.

They decided to use this oil rig as a relieve valve since is one of the deepest, far way from the currents, manageable for recovery and cleanup.
The damages from the ecological and financial expenses will be share between the biggest oil companies.
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He died a hero? With his head stuck up BP's ass as he was too scared to blow the whistle on them or refuse unsafe procedures?

The guy is one of the ones responsible for a disaster that will affect millions.

Sorry, I've run into too many of his kind in the workplace.
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He died a hero? With his head stuck up BP's ass as he was too scared to blow the whistle on them or refuse unsafe procedures?

The guy is one of the ones responsible for a disaster that will affect millions.

Sorry, I've run into too many of his kind in the workplace.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 917779


Perhaps he was thinking of his family. It's obvious how evil these people are. I understand what you are saying about affecting millions, but risk the possibility of having your wife and child, or any family for that matter offed?

These people are evil to the core.

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[link to freakoutnation.com]

Jun 03 2010

Jason Anderson who was one of the eleven men that died in the oil rig explosion on April 20th in the Gulf knew there were problems with safety on the rig. He even signed his will before his last trip.

If Mr Anderson knew there were safety concerns, then why didn’t BP or Transocean?

The highest-ranking crew member to perish aboard the Deepwater Horizon drilling rig warned his family that BP Plc was pressuring him to sacrifice safety for the sake of time and money, his father said.
[link to www.bloomberg.com]



“Everything seemed to be pressing to Jason about getting things in order. In case something happened. Teaching me how to do certain things on the motor home so that I could go and do things with the kids, make sure that I knew how to do everything,” an emotional Shelly Anderson told NBC’s Lisa Myers.

Her husband drew up a will and talked about his hopes for their daughter and son.

The last few times Jason called her from the rig he was was clearly worried.

“Jason’s father told us Jason was concerned that BP, which controlled the rig, kept wanting to stray from procedures to finish the well faster, which Jason considered unsafe,” Myers reported.

“They were getting pressure from someplace higher up to do things that maybe weren’t exactly the way Jason thought that they should be,” she said. “It was a safety issue.”

The Transocean CEO sat in the Anderson kitchen and told Shelly how he would take care of her family. But even before the memorial service could take place, Transocean went to court to limit their overall damages.

“They haven’t even let us say good-bye to at least have closure for his memory a little bit, to have time to explain to a 5-year-old that her daddy is in heaven. They’re filing these lawsuits to limit us. They need to just slow down. Back up,” said Anderson.


VIDEO HERE: [link to videocafe.crooksandliars.com]

His widow said “Jason was the most wonderful man in the whole world.” Apparently he was. He died a hero.
 Quoting: TXGal4Truth

Any dangerous job I've done I always tried to get things right and give directions for my family in my absence. Most people do that. Rig workers know it's a possibility(cops cry this shit but they're on a lower end of death and maim rate than these kind of workers..miners,steel workers,bridge workers construction-fuck the police anyhow). As fucked as BP is, his will doesn't really provide any evidence for anything. All these rigs are blowing by safety standards and everyone working them knows it.
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ok GLP people here we go, i have to tell you the bad news i just got from a BP friend of mine over the phone.

The plan is to bare the leaking oil well with tones of metal pipes approximately 3,000 of them making it impossible to locate and plugged it from future operations, the reasoning behind all this is they will save the rest of the oil rigs and the oil refineries in the area from been exploded.
The extreme pressure underground not only causes earthquakes and volcanoes to erupt but threatens the oil industry worldwide.

They decided to use this oil rig as a relieve valve since is one of the deepest, far way from the currents, manageable for recovery and cleanup.
The damages from the ecological and financial expenses will be share between the biggest oil companies.
 Quoting: TEXAS NYC 991709

...You're still at it with this shit??? Damn fuck off!
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He died a hero? With his head stuck up BP's ass as he was too scared to blow the whistle on them or refuse unsafe procedures?

The guy is one of the ones responsible for a disaster that will affect millions.

Sorry, I've run into too many of his kind in the workplace.


Perhaps he was thinking of his family. It's obvious how evil these people are. I understand what you are saying about affection millions, but risk the possibility of having your wife and child, or any family for that matter offed?

These people are evil to the core.
 Quoting: TXGal4Truth



Yes..even considering that others could be hurt, we all have to be willing to STAND UP to intimidation. It always costs something to be the whistleblower. You often can't get work in that field again, no one respects you for it. It is a lonely road. It wouldn't be so lonely if more people would get the backbone to do what is right.

And maybe if we all had some integrity in the workplace these big money assholes wouldn't get away with so much bullshit.
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If he would have documented names/dates and some specifics, the wife would have a great case.

Too bad he got his family all prepared for his demise and only shared vague references that work was unsafe.

Let this be a lesson to anyone else in the same situation.

Document, Document, Document!!!

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