First of all, fellow sheeples, I hate to be the one who tells you this, but 29 years later, it's still not back to normal and Exxon is still crying "foul" because they had to pay $100 million in restitution, which, was a deal since without missing a beat, Exxon stayed at the top of corporate profits: They made $3.8 billion profit in 1989 and $5 billion in 1990 and it has yet to stop.
If you're really not feeling the burn over this, you should be, not only did Exxon get away with the greatest attack on our environment since the USA tested nukes over Japan, but you and me paid them handsomely for doing so in the form of tax subsidies, or, should I say, Corporate Welfare! Okay, I will: Corporate Welfare! Food-stamps for their Gated Communities, private schools, and personal tollways!: All Designed To Keep You and Me Out!
Yes, it is time for a non-violent revolution before they finally figure out a way to serve us as food to each other. Don't think they're not trying: Soylent Green is made of people! It's enough to scare Mr. NRA himself.
Wait, there's more:
As if that isn't enough, try this: On this day of that same year, two respected chemist, B. Stanley Pons, professor of chemistry at the University of Utah, and his colleague Martin Fleischmann of the University of Southhampton in Englad, announced in a press conference that they had achieved "cold fusion."
"We've established a sustained fusion reaction by means that are considerably simpler than conventional techniques," Professor Pons declared.
In a nutshell, what this meant was that the world would have an endless supply of cheap, clean energy.
No shit, it happened on the same day, and guess what, the two have never been heard of sense. What a payoff they must have gotten. I wonder how many other's have been forced to stay quiet by the Toxic Energy people?
The road to peace is at hand if we can grab it from the Corporate Stink holding us back; all we have to do is demand it. Buy more Ben and Jerry's ice-cream is a good start.