Monday, March 15, 2010

BP Oil Spill -- just another day in our lives....

Last year, the oil industry spent $168 million on lobbying for oil concerns -- and BP alone spent $16 million. Any concerns that the industry might have influenced the outcome we are seeing in the Gulf of Mexico today? Oh, maybe.

Just as an example, BP has claimed that its technology is safe, yet 11 men are dead and the oil continues to pour out of the broken line. In fact, BP has a long history of safety violations that have resulted in other deaths and environmental disasters. In 2008, BP stated that it could handle a scenario ten times the size of this current spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Really? Well, we don't think so.

Robert Redford, an environmental activist, is calling for the American public to use whatever political influence you might have - dollars, voice, votes -- to tell your senators to vote for the clean energy and climate bill now before Congress. This might be the path to regaining control over our environment -- it has to start somewhere.


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Wednesday, March 10, 2010

GYN Disposables - unethical business

GYN Disposables is a client that has proven to be deadbeats. They don't pay their bills, they don't return phone calls, and they purport to be a business in which women would benefit. I don't think so.

I am a woman in the business of helping get online businesses found by a targeted audience, delivering the positive message that company would like displayed. However this company that manufacturers single use disposable gynecological instruments - which would be a good product for women's safety - has proven to be unreliable, irresponsible, disreputable, dishonest, and dishonorable. Why would any woman want to do business with these people? Why would she encourage her OB/GYN doc to go to this band of disrespectful doctors for medical instruments when there are lots of other businesses out there that do the same thing without the negative business practices.

For the full story, go to the Eye of SEO Focus and TAO Consultants blogs.

Not only have they not paid my company, they have not paid the consultant who referred me -- even though he brought them some large contracts. Do these doctors in their arrogance think that negative behavior should be rewarded? Do they think that the world is so large that others won't find out about them?

I think they are mistaken in their actions and their business approach. GYN Disposables in Memphis, Tennessee. Avoid them.

Just think of the karmic impact they are making. A great, useful product sold by a disreputable company is the wrong combination we need in the world.


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