Sunday Late Night: Transocean CEO Has No Shame

By: Sunday April 3, 2011 8:01 pm

After a year like the one he’s had, the CEO of Transocean should count himself very lucky that, unlike Japan, America lacks an ‘old-way’ tradition for a company manager to prostrate himself with shame and grief at his job performance, especially after loss of life.


Firedoglake Beats Mainstream Media to Likely Cause of Oil Spill — by a Week

By: Saturday May 8, 2010 12:00 pm

Less than 72 hours after the BP oil spill began, Firedoglake had discerned, and blogged about, the likely cause of the catastrophe, that heat from the curing concrete had thawed methane trapped in the ocean floor beneath deep waters, and that methane had exploded.

Today, mainstream media thinks this is a front page story; so did we, a week ago.

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