PACIFIC PALISADES, CALIFORNIA. AUGUST 9, 2010.
In the early days of the spill, remember BP and federal officials promising there were, at most, 5,000 barrels per day spewing into the ocean? Whoops. Now we know it was north of 60,000 a day.
That’s like a teenager coming in the middle of the night with alcohol on his breath swearing, “Dad. I had one beer, and I didn’t even finish it.” And the next morning you find 12 crushed Coors cans in the back of your car.
— Jimmy Dunne.