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MixShakePour: BP Gulf Oil Spill Photos Show What BP Doesn’t Want You To See

Posted in Random, Travel, World by MixShakePour on July 15, 2010

These are millions of tiny dead fish. Not asphalt.

In light of the “cap” BP will put in place today. Let’s all keep our fingers crossed.

via Alexandar Higgins

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  1. blackboxjournal said, on July 15, 2010 at 8:12 pm

    BP BLACKOUT GLOBAL ACTION: This is a Call to Action, Do Not Buy Oil July 16~18 2010, Do Not Buy Oil From Any Oil Supplier: This Action is in Response to BP’s Disaster in the Gulf of Mexico that Will End Up on Every Shore in Every Country, End the Struggle of War for Oil Domination: We the People of this Globaliz…ed World have the Power to Kick the Oil Companies in the Knees. PLEASE REPOST

    • hymie said, on July 15, 2010 at 9:16 pm

      BP does not own a single gas station in the US.

      BP gas stations may not be selling BP gas.

      But the gas station you choose instead of BP stations may be selling BP gas.

      All you will be doing is hurting your community.

      This is insane: “We the People of this Globalized World have the Power to Kick the Oil Companies in the Knees. ”

      The only way you are going to do that is stop using products made from oil – including plastics, vaseline, cosmetics and of course gas.

      Your boycott would mean something if you asked people to walk, ride a bicycle or carpool. And more good overall would be done if you asked people to never use bottled water.

  2. jina han said, on July 15, 2010 at 8:18 pm

    omg! i thought it was asphalt. That’s insane!

  3. blackboxjournal said, on July 20, 2010 at 2:58 pm

    Yes, I agree. The point is not to Boycott BP, it is to Boycott Oil and yes I know everything is made from oil! I think it is important to educate people about how the oil companies work. We do have the power to change the world for we are the majority. Yes, walk, ride a bike stop buying consumerist junk that keeps hurting the environment, our bodies and our minds.
    Monique


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