IfItWasMyHome.com - Visualizing the BP Oil Disaster
An interesting map overlay of the BP oil spill. click on the site and it will bring up a google map with the oil spill on top of where you live.
FU BP http://www.ifitwasmyhome.com/ cc: @BPGlobalPRCaught in the oil - The Big Picture - Boston.com
"The point of this story is that if someone is terrorizing your neighborhood, sometimes it’s alright to grab a stick and take a swing. Social media, and in this particular case Twitter, has given average people like me the ability to use and invent all sorts of brand new sticks. I started @BPGlobalPR, because the oil spill had been going on for almost a month and all BP had to offer were bullshit PR statements. No solutions, no urgency, no sincerity, no nothing. That’s why I decided to relate to the public for them. I started off just making jokes at their expense with a few friends, but now it has turned into something of a movement. As I write this, we have 100,000 followers and counting. People are sharing billboards, music, graphic art, videos and most importantly information. I think.. people can smell the bullshit and sometimes laughing at it feels better than getting angry or depressed over it. At the very least, it’s a welcome break from that routine. "
My name is Leroy Stick and I am the man behind @BPGlobalPR. First, let me begin by explaining my name.
Leroy Stick – the man behind @BPGlobalPR http://bit.ly/dzOIKS
Effing fantastic: Street Giant » Leroy Stick – the man behind @BPGlobalPR http://j.mp/cZh24t [from http://twitter.com/brianbreslin/statuses/15344024949]BP Business Cards, if BP updated its business cards
Despite apparent efforts to restrict journalists from accessing affected areas, stories, video and photographs continue to emerge. Collected here are recent photographs of oil-affected wildlife, people and shorelines around the Gulf of Mexico on this, the 51st day after the initial explosion.
Scenes from the Gulf of Mexico
Based on recently revised estimates, BP's ruptured oil well at the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico continues to leak 25,000 to 30,000 barrels of oil a day. The new figures suggest that an amount of oil equivalent to the Exxon Valdez disaster could still be flowing into the Gulf of Mexico every 8 to 10 days. Despite apparent efforts to restrict journalists from accessing affected areas, stories, video and photographs continue to emerge. Collected here are recent photographs of oil-affected wildlife, people and shorelines around the Gulf of Mexico on this, the 51st day after the initial explosion. (41 photos total)
More amazing pictures from The Big Picture — Scenes from the Gul of Mexico – http://bit.ly/cN7Hqq
Photos taken of the oil spill in the Gulf. The affects of the oil spill on the wildlife, water, and the people are shown in these pictures and explained in the captions.
More moving images of the oil spill disaster http://ow.ly/1YUqa #FuckYouBP #OilSpillYouTube - BP Spills Coffee
YouTube - BP Spills Coffee http://ow.ly/21dmB
YouTube - BP Spills Coffee http://bit.ly/bCSVCP
BP spills coffee: http://digs.by/b1sOp8Cost & Effects of The BP Oil Spill
You may have heard about BP’s oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico over the past few days. This is a visual representation of just how much it’s costing BP (and the rest of the world).The Spill, The Scandal and the President | Rolling Stone Politics
The Spill, The Scandal and the President
The inside story of how Obama failed to crack down on the corruption of the Bush years – and let the world's most dangerous oil company get away with murder
Rolling Stone is on fire these days—The Spill, The Scandal and the President http://bit.ly/9X3rnW & The Runaway General http://bit.ly/97zeAS