Exxon Mobile – A company with You on their mind

Yeah, they have you on their minds allright. Or I should say your money. While you’re struggling to pay $4.00 a gallon to get to your lousy job, they’re doing just a little bit better. In fact, in the one minute that it takes you to read this post, Exxon Mobile is going to make over $91,000 in profit. That’s about $5,400,000 net profit per hour. In fact again, thier profits for the last quarter are more than any company, in any industry has ever made for a quarter in history!

I don’t buy gas because I don’t drive. And I feel for those of you do. I really don’t see how you do it. I don’t. But Exxon Mobile does. They knew they could squeeze a little more out of you before you rebelled or went bankrupt. They love you – every time you have to drive to the pumps.

Sometimes you’re the windshield and sometimes you’re the bug. Seems you’re always the bug these days.

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4 Comments on “Exxon Mobile – A company with You on their mind”

  1. Mockingbird Says:

    The earth’s oil reserves are finite. When the last drop of oil has been drawn, oil giants like ExxonMobil will fall like the Roman Empire.

    It’s a good thing Pearly rides a bike, whose petrol bills are much lesser than that of a car 🙂

  2. expatbrian Says:

    I doubt they will fall. They will have already taken control over the rights to whatever type of fuel is going to replace the oil.

  3. Mockingbird Says:

    No shit. So they will exist in abundant prosperity until the end of time heh?

  4. expatbrian Says:

    Lets face it. The energy (oil) and military suppy industries control so much of the world economy that to envision them collapsing just because we change our energy sources is simple minded. Surely they have teams of highly intelligent people whose only function is to plan for every possible scenerio in the future. Frankly, I don’t think we have a chance in hell to override anything they decide to do.


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