James Cameron: Upset BP Didn't Listen To Him On The Oil Leak, And He Wants You To Know It

Joe Schoffstall | June 3, 2010
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James Cameron, the all-knowing, all-mighty filmmaker is angry at the BP "morons" in charge of the the oil spill making it's way towards Florida, and he's letting everyone know. "Over the last few weeks I've watched, as we all have, with growing horror and heartache, watching what's happening in the Gulf and thinking those morons don't know what they're doing," Cameron said at the All Things Digital technology conference reported Yahoo News. Now that Cameron has spoken, everyone must be all ears, right? Not exactly. Cameron said he offered his expertise to BP, but they rejected. The Feds even approached him for help. The denial of BP to implement his ideas made him one unhappy camper. This upset him because, obviously, he is an expert in the matter. How? Well, he's worked with robot submarines and is considered an expert in undersea filming. Perfect credentials to plug a pipe gushing massive amounts of oil in the Gulf of Mexico. The only thing I can gather from Cameron's discontent is an underlying urge  to meet BP executives at high noon and duke it out. Just like his fantasy when it comes to global warming deniers. The funny, yet ironic, thing about this oil rig is around a year ago the Obama administration gave it a safety award. If anyone's judgment was way off, he should be pointing the finger at Barry, same thing goes for all the environmentalists. I personally would have ordered a nice, controlled nuclear explosion to contain the situation. Russia has used this in past with an 80% success rate- they know a thing or two about containing oil rig leaks. They've done so 5 times in the past. For your viewing pleasure, here is the Russians containing a gas leak fire. Not an oil leak, but still pretty interesting.