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The Daily AOC

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  • 2001400ex2001400ex Posts: 24,830
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    SFGbob said:

    2001400ex said:

    2001400ex said:

    2001400ex said:

    2001400ex said:

    Shocking that ignorant people don't understand how banks providing financing could be held liable for the actions of their customers.

    But but but AOC!!!!! Farting cows!!!! Crayons!!!!!

    Bump

    Tell us more
    https://www.fdic.gov/regulations/laws/rules/8000-1250.html
    That's what I thought

    Nothing
    So you don't want to read.
    I read it. Doesn’t seem like you did or you wouldn’t have posted it. It has nothing to with the topic. Dumbshit. Nice attempt at a quick google search and a faint hope it would turn up something to bail you out. It didn’t.
    I don't know if the pipeline situation fits. But it's clear the bank could be held liable if they are aware, or should have been aware, of illegal activity.

    Same thing with CPAs. If they find that the CPA should have known about the fraud, they are held liable.
    But what she was describing wasn't illegal activity. Nice work dumbfuck. She was claiming that the Bank should be held liable if there was an oil spill by the pipeline they provided financing to build. That's not illegal activity.

    How did I know that Hondo would move the goal posts and respond with gibberish.
    You don't think there could be illegal activity in a pipeline spill? How cute of Bob.
  • SFGbobSFGbob Posts: 8,620
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    2001400ex said:

    SFGbob said:

    2001400ex said:

    2001400ex said:

    2001400ex said:

    2001400ex said:

    Shocking that ignorant people don't understand how banks providing financing could be held liable for the actions of their customers.

    But but but AOC!!!!! Farting cows!!!! Crayons!!!!!

    Bump

    Tell us more
    https://www.fdic.gov/regulations/laws/rules/8000-1250.html
    That's what I thought

    Nothing
    So you don't want to read.
    I read it. Doesn’t seem like you did or you wouldn’t have posted it. It has nothing to with the topic. Dumbshit. Nice attempt at a quick google search and a faint hope it would turn up something to bail you out. It didn’t.
    I don't know if the pipeline situation fits. But it's clear the bank could be held liable if they are aware, or should have been aware, of illegal activity.

    Same thing with CPAs. If they find that the CPA should have known about the fraud, they are held liable.
    But what she was describing wasn't illegal activity. Nice work dumbfuck. She was claiming that the Bank should be held liable if there was an oil spill by the pipeline they provided financing to build. That's not illegal activity.

    How did I know that Hondo would move the goal posts and respond with gibberish.
    You don't think there could be illegal activity in a pipeline spill? How cute of Bob.
    There "could" be all kinds of things Hondo. You "could" have been blowing the crane operator and thus caused an accident that led to a spill. I want to know specifically what illegal activity Wells Fargo knew about that would have made them liable. You came running to defend her Hondo, why can't you back up your mouth?
  • SFGbobSFGbob Posts: 8,620
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    2001400ex said:

    SFGbob said:

    2001400ex said:

    2001400ex said:

    2001400ex said:

    2001400ex said:

    Shocking that ignorant people don't understand how banks providing financing could be held liable for the actions of their customers.

    But but but AOC!!!!! Farting cows!!!! Crayons!!!!!

    Bump

    Tell us more
    https://www.fdic.gov/regulations/laws/rules/8000-1250.html
    That's what I thought

    Nothing
    So you don't want to read.
    I read it. Doesn’t seem like you did or you wouldn’t have posted it. It has nothing to with the topic. Dumbshit. Nice attempt at a quick google search and a faint hope it would turn up something to bail you out. It didn’t.
    I don't know if the pipeline situation fits. But it's clear the bank could be held liable if they are aware, or should have been aware, of illegal activity.

    Same thing with CPAs. If they find that the CPA should have known about the fraud, they are held liable.
    But what she was describing wasn't illegal activity. Nice work dumbfuck. She was claiming that the Bank should be held liable if there was an oil spill by the pipeline they provided financing to build. That's not illegal activity.

    How did I know that Hondo would move the goal posts and respond with gibberish.
    You don't think there could be illegal activity in a pipeline spill? How cute of Bob.
    Were 100 miles away from your original claim

    And the GND did talk about cow farts

    I'd be embarrassed too

    Fuck off
    Hondo is too stupid to be capable of embarrassment.
    MikeDamonepawz
  • SFGbobSFGbob Posts: 8,620
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    AOC: "If there was a leak from the pipeline, why shouldn't Wells Fargo pay for the cleanup of it, since it paid for the construction?"

    The claim by AOC at issue.

    The statement by Hondo he made in her defense:

    Shocking that ignorant people don't understand how banks providing financing could be held liable for the actions of their customers.


    The head up the ass gibberish Hondo responded with when asked to back up this claim:

    You don't think there could be illegal activity in a pipeline spill? How cute of Bob.

    SwayeUW_Doog_BotTurdBomber
  • SFGbobSFGbob Posts: 8,620
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    Put a fork in this thread. Hondo's never going to back up his mouth as predicted.
    MikeDamoneFire_Marshall_Bill
  • CuntWaffleCuntWaffle Posts: 17,903
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    Hondo can’t answer the question. No surprise there.
    MikeDamoneUW_Doog_BotTurdBomber
  • SFGbobSFGbob Posts: 8,620
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    edited March 13

    Point of fact, when you build a pipeline, you do everything in your power to prevent leaks. Oil spills are magnitudes more expensive than anything you would spend on construction; cost of cleanup, lost product, bad optics, bad for relationships with your easement/row partners, god help you everyone is coming after you legally from the EPA down to the guy who smelled it from his backyard 5 miles away etc. so beyond any moral argument about the environment it's just in the pipeline owners' interest to keep product in the line.

    Pipelines are still massive complicated feats of engineering where even one crew member fucking up their job can cause a failure so shit does happen. If you look at the historical record incidents are way down and continuing to fall though. The #1 cause of incidents are third party idiots doing un-permitted excavation hitting lines. Companies are spending millions on education campaigns to try to get people to actually do their own responsibility and follow the law.

    So when the 3rd party idiot puts a hole in the pipeline when he is doing unauthorized digging, you immediately call your lawyer and file a lawsuit against the Bank that lent you the money to build the pipeline correct?

    That's the way I hear it is done from Social Justice Warriors.
    TurdBomber
  • RaceBannonRaceBannon Posts: 43,855
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    SFGbob said:

    Point of fact, when you build a pipeline, you do everything in your power to prevent leaks. Oil spills are magnitudes more expensive than anything you would spend on construction; cost of cleanup, lost product, bad optics, bad for relationships with your easement/row partners, god help you everyone is coming after you legally from the EPA down to the guy who smelled it from his backyard 5 miles away etc. so beyond any moral argument about the environment it's just in the pipeline owners' interest to keep product in the line.

    Pipelines are still massive complicated feats of engineering where even one crew member fucking up their job can cause a failure so shit does happen. If you look at the historical record incidents are way down and continuing to fall though. The #1 cause of incidents are third party idiots doing un-permitted excavation hitting lines. Companies are spending millions on education campaigns to try to get people to actually do their own responsibility and follow the law.

    So when the 3rd party idiot puts a hole in the pipeline when he is doing unauthorized digging, you immediately call your lawyer and file a lawsuit against the Bank that lent you the money to build the pipeline correct?

    That's the way I hear it is done from Social Justice Warriors.
    You should also go after the bank holding the mortgage of the third party idiot for loaning him the money to get a house and therefore have the chance to be a third party idiot
    UW_Doog_BotTurdBomberpawz
  • jecorneljecornel Posts: 5,594
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    Maybe we should send an invite to AOC to provide a business 101 class. She made drinks one time and talked to drunk people.

    Now she is screaming and yelling at CEO's.

    I would put her resume against any of yours!

    Did you know she was a community organizer once? What have you done?!!! That's what I thought!!
  • 2001400ex2001400ex Posts: 24,830
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    You guys are making a lot of assumptions. You know nothing about the pipeline spill and therefore have zero knowledge of whether the bank could be held liable. Yes, under the right circumstances they could be held liable. I'm not sure if they could in this instance.

    But keep up with your ignorance cause AOC is in your head.
  • RaceBannonRaceBannon Posts: 43,855
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    2001400ex said:

    You guys are making a lot of assumptions. You know nothing about the pipeline spill and therefore have zero knowledge of whether the bank could be held liable. Yes, under the right circumstances they could be held liable. I'm not sure if they could in this instance.

    But keep up with your ignorance cause AOC is in your head.

    But we're making assupmptions

    JFC you made a statement of fact that was 100% bullshit
    Pitchfork51MikeDamoneTurdBomberpawz
  • SFGbobSFGbob Posts: 8,620
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    edited March 13

    2001400ex said:

    You guys are making a lot of assumptions. You know nothing about the pipeline spill and therefore have zero knowledge of whether the bank could be held liable. Yes, under the right circumstances they could be held liable. I'm not sure if they could in this instance.

    But keep up with your ignorance cause AOC is in your head.

    But we're making assupmptions

    JFC you made a statement of fact that was 100% bullshit
    Yes, but he was technically correct and just as Hillary's comments regarding blacks being turned away from the polls on account of their skin color was based upon fact while being completely factually inaccurate.

    This is what you do to yourself when you lack the ability to admit when you've put your head up your ass and you're incapable of shame.


    RaceBannonTurdBomber
  • jecorneljecornel Posts: 5,594
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    So a business person gets a loan to open a restaurant and he/she/they kitchen has a fire, burns down a business next store. The bank providing the loan should be required to pay for clean up and remodel?

    Am I tracking correctly?

    GrundleStiltzkinUW_Doog_BotTurdBombergreenblood
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