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Those BP Guys Don’t Know What They’re Doing

June 3rd, 2010 at 2:31 pm by Brian

But the guy who makes CGI cat pR0n for a living does.  Meow, meow, meow, meow:

Film director and deep-sea explorer James Cameron said on Wednesday that BP Plc turned down his offer to help combat the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.

“Over the last few weeks I’ve watched, as we all have, with growing horror and heartache, watching what’s happening in the Gulf and thinking those morons don’t know what they’re doing,” Cameron said at the All Things Digital technology conference.

Cameron suggested the U.S. government needed to take a more active role in monitoring the undersea gusher, which has become the worst oil spill in U.S. history.

I know really, really, really smart people that work typically at depths much greater than what that well is at,” Cameron said.

Ed Harris and Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio don’t count, dumb ass.

Picture Above: Really, Really Smart People


5 Responses to “Those BP Guys Don’t Know What They’re Doing”

  1. Don Bodell Says:

    Boom! chuga-luga-luga, Boom! chuga-luga-luga.

    I keep wondering WHY it is that a guy who took pics with robotic subs qualifies as a guy who can fix a highly pressurized crude oil leak at 5,000 ft below the surface of the Gulf of Mexico. Now, if I wanted a guy who could do a documentary because of his undersea expertise doing such things, THEN I would want James Cameron. Otherwise, I think I would want to talk to undersea salvage companies, especially the type of companies that recover stuff from very deep depths in the ocean. Just an idea. Salvage company people, even thought they are the kind of unknown bounty hunters of the ocean-going junk biz, would seem a better choice.

  2. Nigel Says:

    I’m not a regular listener of Rush Limbaugh, but last week I heard Stephen Baldwin call him to pitch Kevin Costner’s magic “machines”…apparently they have desperately been trying to reach the White House to get these machines in action:

    http://abcnews.go.com/Technology/video/kevin-costner-oil-spill-cleanup-machine-10688556

    We just need to look to Hollywood for all of our answers, dontcha know?

  3. Brian Says:

    Is there anything “Crash” Davis can’t do besides make it to the big leagues? It says it can do 3,000 gallons a day.

    Say – how many gallons would you say are in the Gulf?

  4. captainfish Says:

    HELL. I say give it a shot. Can’t hurt and may end up being the answer to all spills?!?! They are doing more than this administration is doing.

    Heard today that BP wanted to cut the bent pipe off the leaking riser as their first thing. Administration said no. Try other things. Thus the delay to think of other things and to try the stupid vacuum cleaner and the ineffectual “top kill”.

    Now the pipe is cut and now the thing can begin to be capped.

    If that news really comes out, the admin will…. ok, should, … face America’s wrath for causing this ecological damage.

    Besides, Water Alien agrees with me.

  5. Bill Sanders Says:

    If only the obamakorps would get out of BP’s way the situation would begin to straighten out, but for Ramm (middle finger) Emmanuel-lewis ‘never let a crisis go to waste’ empowering morons like Cameron to wring their hands while solutions drown in tar balls. Insanity reigns supreme…

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