BP's Credo: Always Look On the Bright Side

Abby Zimet

Talk about pluck. BP's in-house magazine Planet BP manages to make the
ecological catastrophe unfolding in the Gulf sound pretty cool. Now this
is chutzpah. Firedoglake has more.


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"Much of the region's
businesses-particularly the
hotels-have been prospering because so many people have come here from
BP and other oil emergency response teams." - Planet BP, proving it
really is a planet unto itself.

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