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BP’s oil disaster is screwing up everything for everyone and now gas station owners are demanding some help from the company. Worried about the continued public backlash as the Deepwater oil volcano continues to pollute the world, they’re demanding cheaper prices and advertising budgets so they can convince drivers that boycotts only hurt the little […]

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Artist Greg Mike wanted to acknowledge BP for the extremely generous disaster they continue to share in the Gulf and created some fitting posters to download or…if you’re feeling particularly adventurous, disseminate as well. […]

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So about those fluctuating oil spill estimates that BP keeps floating around? According to internal documents released by Congressman Ed Markey, they could be misleading. Appearing on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” he explained the oil company’s inability to either tell the truth or do simple math: “First they said it was only 1000 barrels, then […]

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It’s not just BP’s oil that is wreaking havoc on the environment, their escaping methane gas is also creating mucho problemos for marine life in the Gulf of Mexico. […]

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Today, the House Energy & Commerce Subcommittee on Oversight & Investigations (whew!) is holding hearings with the world’s most hated oil CEO, Tony Hayward, and after only a few minutes into the proceedings, Rep. Joe Barton (R-Tex.) said some shit that not even the most red-necked Americans were prepared to accept: an apology to poor […]

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Unlike the wars in Iraq or Afghanistan, the media is taking an active interest in BP’s oily invasion of the Gulf Coast and various news outlets have dispatched reporters across the region. But there has been one consistently frustrating obstacle hampering their efforts: access. […]

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Being optimistic about BP’s oil spill and the massive cleanup efforts surrounding it are important for the nation’s psyche and all, but the president might be taking the glass is half full approach a little too far with this environmentally moronic assessment during his fourth visit to the area: “I am confident that we’re going […]

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As experts continue to assess the environmental impacts of BP’s plague on the Gulf Coast, AolNews reports on a positively terrifying ramification of the impending spill: man-eating sharks. According to a shark expert, an above average amount of deepwater sharks are moving into shallower waters, closer to Florida’s beaches, where tasty beachgoers swim. What a […]

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It’s too bad BP’s oil spill didn’t happen a few years from now, cause we’d have a much better chance of cleaning it up. Scientists say they’ve discovered a strain of bacteria that could help greatly with this disaster in the Gulf and other environmental messes, but unfortunately, it’s going to take years to develop […]

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New York City Naked Bike Ride 2010 went over well this Saturday, that is no one got maced, seriously trampled or raped (that we know of). There was a bit of an anti-BP theme in the mix with the usual Green pseudo-exhibitionism: “More Ass! Less Gas!” […]

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