Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Say What??

From the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel:
A former employee for Shell Pipeline Company whose job it was to oversee maintenance of a jet fuel pipeline near Mitchell International Airport pleaded guilty Wednesday in federal court in Milwaukee to failing to follow federal law in doing his job.
That negligence led to the spill of 9,000 gallons of jet fuel in January 2012. It cost $19 million to clean it up.
Randy Jones, 44, of Louisiana pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Rudolph Randa. He will be sentenced April 30 and faces up to 15 years in prison. Jones has agreed to pay restitution covering the cost of the cleanup, however it is unclear what means he would have to pay that bill.
The guy is too old to play professional sports, so he won't get a big sports contract.
He's probably not going to be a world class singer, reality star or actor.
So that leads him to about only 2 ways to get $19,000,000.
Play the lottery.
Become a drug dealer.
What other choices does he have?

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