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Deepwater Horizon in Flames (13 pics)

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  • 6 May, 2010  |
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The explosion on Deepwater Horizon occurred on April 20, 2010 resulting in one of the worst oil spill ever.
11 people were killed and the oil slick threatens fisheries, tourism and the habitat of hundreds of bird species.


1 Deepwater Horizon in Flames (13 pics)


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№1 Author: novalnd (6 May 2010 01:36) Total user comments: 291


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15 WTF
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№2 Author: Dallizzt (6 May 2010 01:49) Total user comments: 1467


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BP should have had a number of safety items in place and the fucktards didn't. Way to go BP! 79
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№3 Author: Patty (6 May 2010 04:23) Total user comments: 1766


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Yeah, BP says "It ain't our fault!" Ok, assholes.
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№4 Author: nuts2u (6 May 2010 04:28) Total user comments: 828


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This may turn out to be a disaster of epic proportions. Something of this magnitude could very well kill off the Atlantic ocean and everything in its path. They better get it capped asap.

Anyone interested in signing some petitions or learning more detailed info that you probably won't read in your local newspaper, please feel free to help out:

http://www.care2.com/news/memb
er/606472831/1488989
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№5 Author: Timelord (6 May 2010 04:31) Total user comments: 37


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13 should have installed more safety equipment
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№6 Author: salsapopo (6 May 2010 10:08) Total user comments: 12723


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wooooooooooooooow
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№7 Author: galz (6 May 2010 12:11) Total user comments: 2043


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№8 Author: Link was here (6 May 2010 12:21) Total user comments: 1329


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nuts2u,

Thanks for the link!
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№9 Author: Noeshorty (6 May 2010 14:01) Total user comments: 11


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wtf so much smoke 79
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№10 Author: 2fuzzy (6 May 2010 14:03) Total user comments: 10400


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BP is saying it is their subcontractors fault. (one of them was Halliburton)
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№11 Author: choclate skittle (6 May 2010 14:12) Total user comments: 221


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HOLY SH*T!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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№12 Author: skittlelicious (6 May 2010 15:38) Total user comments: 170


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coool fire 21
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№13 Author: trevorfoley (6 May 2010 16:00) Total user comments: 7


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awesome stuff! where did that happen? 55
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№14 Author: khannibal (6 May 2010 17:33) Total user comments: 4711


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№15 Author: paul86 (6 May 2010 18:19) Total user comments: 360


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smokin hot
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№16 Author: fairmania (6 May 2010 18:28) Total user comments: 1436


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The saddest thing was reading the BP financial result for the previous 6 months, I think it was about 54 million profit, and it took them over a week to even offer help to sort out the spill.

All that profit and petrol prices have never been higher here, all going into the shareholders pockets while I can barely afford petrol to get to work.

What a bunch of C**NTS.
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№17 Author: Ro Ray (6 May 2010 19:54) Total user comments: 4


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Alls I can say is that it's truely sad how selfish this supposedly "environmentally minded" company is. Apparently you don't have actually do what you say anymore!
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№18 Author: justratedR (6 May 2010 20:15) Total user comments: 234


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Well done humanity!
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№19 Author: Lu (6 May 2010 20:25) Total user comments: 15082


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Murphy's Law. Big sh*t! 13
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№20 Author: Ty Webb (6 May 2010 20:31) Total user comments: 6156


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fairmania,
I agree with most of what you said. I do not however think it is wrong for companies to be profitable. A big part of where the local and global economy are at is because of big business being in the red.

When did we make profit a bad thing? When big companies show profit it does trickle down ever so slowly to us, the regular suckers. When things are bad for big business, the shit does not trickle down, it freakn'poors and comes as a tidal wave. So big companies making profit is better for everyone, more so for the big companies but if the have it bad we have it worse.
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№21 Author: aks3167 (6 May 2010 20:52) Total user comments: 1674


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№22 Author: prostire (6 May 2010 20:53) Total user comments: 160


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WTF?
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№23 Author: parodysrivas (7 May 2010 22:18) Total user comments: 934


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that was some serious shit right there...
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№24 Author: adzhoe (8 May 2010 02:21) Total user comments: 14959


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And here we have politicians telling us coastal drilling is safe! Of course none of them are saying it now! Remember what someone said about offshore oil platforms? She said...just drill baby!She is back in Alaska now! Don't tell us it's safe when it isn't. Easy to get the feeling that some politicians lie to us huh?Shame!
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№25 Author: AAAsoul (25 May 2010 17:35) Total user comments: 10


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eco terrorism?

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