Deepwater Horizon-related court filing in which an injured oil rig worker seeks justice through wit and metaphor

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  1. tomrigid says:

    Jimy clarifies that, absent remand, Buddy Trahan “[...]can’t get no relief,” (Hendrix, J Electric Ladyland 1968). On remedy Buddy Trahan submits: “Salary is no object.” Trahan “require[s] only enough to keep body and soul apart.” (Parker, D v. New Yorker 1928)

  2. Crap, now I am going to see BP ads over and over again. Ever since the explosion and spill I get haunted by BP ads everywhere I go, but especially on Youtube. The ads had abated, but I am sure by clicking on this they will return in force.  Does everyone on the gulf coast get these ads?

    BP is still the most hated company in Houston. A few of the Deepwater Horizon workers who died used to live here, and there have been a couple of explosions at local plants. I hope they pay.

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