Deep sea fishing in the Gulf of Mexico next to the oil rig that is filling up my trust fund. TFM.

  1. Hulk Brogan

    Shallow water maybe. But deep sea drilling is still not permitted in the gulf. Nice try champ, you’ll get em next time.

    13 years ago at 1:16 pm
    1. Hulk Brogan

      No, I’m not kidding. After the incident last year with BP no one is permitted to go back to deepwater yet in the gulf. I’m a QA and safety consultant for the largest casing company in the world. Frank’s International, google it you might learn something.

      13 years ago at 2:26 pm
    2. Oprah Is A Dyke

      Frank’s Hot Dogs down the street is delish. They have all condiments and even have an umbrella to protect you from the sun while eating your chili dog.

      13 years ago at 2:31 pm
    3. fratanomics

      Hulk Brogan, I’ll save you the embarrassment of being failing at your own fucking job. Bear in mind the article is from June 15th, so I imagine you’re next quarterly evaluation will end in you being let go. I’ll even give you a nice link:

      “Perdido can pump up to 100,000 barrels a day of oil and up to 20 million cubic feet per day of natural gas. The ban interrupted drilling plans; so for now, the platform is pumping 40,000 barrels a day from five wells.”

      http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/06/15/us-energy-summit-shell-fascination-idUSTRE75E4HN20110615

      13 years ago at 5:37 pm
    4. Hulk Brogan

      Nice article. Maybe you should read it again.

      Perdido is the baby of Shell’s six deepwater Gulf platforms that started up last year.”
      Three weeks before the incident.
      Imagine that.

      This well is already drilled and producing. I said, and I quote, “No one is permitted back to deepwater yet in the gulf.” Newsflash: They still haven’t started drilling again. Congress didn’t stop wells that were already being drilled so of course it’s producing by now.

      Im amused by your attempt to be a self righteous, pretentious asshole but I’ve been in this industry for seven years. When you get any actual experience in this field or have any idea what the fuck you are talking about you come talk to me.

      Thanks for playing.

      13 years ago at 1:04 am
    5. fratanomics

      1) You said in your original post that “deep sea drilling is still not permitted in the gulf.” It clearly was

      2) At least 4 new permits have been issued since February – http://tinyurl.com/63s24va

      3) In the industry for 7 years? Either you’re a 29 year old on a college website or you’re just lying about your experience. Who counts summer internships as a calendar year of experience?

      13 years ago at 4:15 pm
    6. Hulk Brogan

      No reason to lie. I actually just turned 25 in May. Been in the industry since I was 18. I count going to school and working at the same time in the oil industry as “years”. Summer internships included. Im done with this thread.

      Touche’ sir and frat on.

      13 years ago at 9:10 am
  2. FairfieldCountyCT

    oh i get it because your dad owns an oil company, right? nice that’s such a TFM!

    13 years ago at 1:42 pm
    1. Tic Tack Frat

      Ummm, there whats called a trophy fish, so yeah there kinda big. Step Brothers Faf

      13 years ago at 7:57 pm