Let me know what you think. I feel like this step is coming too late. The article is here.
Does BP cleaning up only 1% of the oil really surprise anyone? BP has cut corners, blamed others and done nothing to really contribute, unless of course they are forced.
Why is the world full of corruption and wrong doers? An article on The Daily Beast explains.
BP has named a new person to deal with the oil spill disaster. They’ve set up a specific organization to work with the oil spill. Note, the article says nothing about new resources for this organization. This is a way for BP to have a subordinate that can deal with its problems. Click here to find out more.
Bridge to Terabithia by Katherine Paterson is a great book about love and loss. I think it is an appropriate book to read given everything that is going on in our world today.
This article from CNN.com states that BP has paid Gulf coast residents $104 million. They are acting like they should be commended for helping with their own errors.
The part of the article that fascinates me the most and makes me marvel even more at the stupidity of BP and the greatness of the people affected in the golf cost is this
“One Louisiana official tried out a new device of his own on: a reversible drum vac that he ordered online for $400.Within 15 minutes, he said his crews had collected 55 gallons of oil and Nungesser — vocally frustrated by the response from BP and the federal government — was thinking about whipping out his credit card to pay for more pumps from an online site.”
Ashes of Roses by Mary Jane Auch is a book about a family that has to leap over immense obstacles to feel at home and be safe in America. Technically, this book is considered an immigration tale. I find it horrifying that people in the Gulf are experiencing some of the same obstacles because our country is unwilling to help.
For anyone following this story, this is the best news I could have read today. I certainly didn’t’ think after what he said yesterday that he should have a job. Read the article, comment. This is a good day in such a sad tragedy.