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AllenVanAllen Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Jun-02-10 04:52 PM
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20. There's no way of knowing how far up the chain of command

the news of the damaged annular got. The timing looks suspicious for sure. One thing I do know, is there are people that would bet against anything to make a buck.
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  -Goldman Sachs sold 44% of their BP stock 3 weeks before the disaster. Forkboy  Jun-02-10 05:07 AM   #0 
  - When do they get a U.S. Treasury bailout check for the losses on their remaining shares?  leveymg   Jun-02-10 05:14 AM   #1 
  - It's like they can predict the future or something.  Octafish   Jun-02-10 09:38 AM   #14 
     - Conspiracy is just another day at the office for some people  leveymg   Jun-02-10 03:22 PM   #17 
  - I'm sure it doesn't mean a thing.  Systematic Chaos   Jun-02-10 05:16 AM   #2 
  - Its a pretty day  Kolesar   Jun-02-10 05:56 AM   #8 
  - Not sure how many they had in the first place  dipsydoodle   Jun-02-10 05:17 AM   #3 
  - "Smirk." - Sacks of Goldman (R)  SpiralHawk   Jun-02-10 05:22 AM   #4 
  - which means  Quatermain   Jun-02-10 05:22 AM   #5 
  - I have no idea what it means.  Forkboy   Jun-02-10 05:23 AM   #6 
  - Four weeks before the explosion  AllenVanAllen   Jun-02-10 05:45 AM   #7 
     - Anyone else think this might be information worth exposing?  HCE SuiGeneris   Jun-02-10 08:19 AM   #11 
        - Apparently not. :-(  HCE SuiGeneris   Jun-02-10 02:18 PM   #16 
           - There's no way of knowing how far up the chain of command  AllenVanAllen   Jun-02-10 04:52 PM   #20 
  - YES...They could have betted or invested on the loss.  Sheepshank   Jun-02-10 03:25 PM   #18 
  - In all honesty, how could they have possibly known about this?  Zynx   Jun-02-10 06:15 AM   #9 
  - That's why it's called large volume trading...  meeshrox   Jun-02-10 07:06 AM   #10 
  - These massive trades are a source of instability in the market.  olegramps   Jun-02-10 09:31 AM   #13 
     - I agree  meeshrox   Jun-02-10 07:17 PM   #21 
  - Three weeks before the disaster oil was wekening.  Statistical   Jun-02-10 08:21 AM   #12 
  - Intwesting. Vewy, vewy intwesting. nt  City Lights   Jun-02-10 09:40 AM   #15 
  - Isn't that a quarterly report showing any activity between 1/1/2010 and 3/31/2010?  cbdo2007   Jun-02-10 03:27 PM   #19 
  - 3 weeks before! Isn't that when Halliburton bought the fire fighting company?  Festivito   Jun-02-10 09:19 PM   #22 

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