The chairman of BP said the company cares about the “small people.” I believe they care about the small people, the problem is that they don’t care about the big leaks.
Environmentalists say that if the leak continues, some species might become endangered — such as Democrats.
Authorities are investigating 40 human heads found on a Southwest Airlines flight. Authorities were alerted after the heads complained about the lack of legroom.
A guy stole a Greyhound bus to go visit his girlfriend — a $600,000 bus. But who wouldn’t be impressed by a guy who shows up driving a $600,000 vehicle?
Sunday is Father’s Day, so it’s brunch with dad. Because what the old man needs is alcohol and a cheese omelet.
In a meeting with President Obama, BP CEO Tony Hayward apologized for the disaster in the Gulf. Usually, when someone is apologizing publicly, it’s me.
A congressman from Texas apologized to BP for what he called a political “shakedown.” Nice to see rich, white guys sticking up for each other.
There’s a new bill in the Senate that would give the president the power to shut off the Internet. Al Gore is strongly opposed to it, not because he invented the Internet, but because he just signed up for Match.com.
Do you know who doesn’t like “Harry Potter?” Al-Qaida — they prefer “Twilight.”
There’s a rivalry between the “Harry Potter” fans and the “Twilight” fans. The “Twilight” fans think they’re much cooler than the “Harry Potter” fans, but they all are beaten by the “Dr. Who” fans.
I used to make fun of “Harry Potter” until I watched it and became a fan. But I still make fun of it because it’s my job.
Last year, my son got me two goldfish for Father’s Day. It was just what I wanted.
The latest government estimate is up to 60,000 barrels of oil spilling into the Gulf every day. We have to stop these estimators. They’re destroying the Gulf.
All we know for sure is: Somewhere between none and all of the earth’s oil is now in the Gulf.
Rep. Joe Barton of Texas took it upon himself to apologize to BP CEO Tony Hayward for a political “shakedown.” He later apologized for his apology and explained that he hadn’t seen the news in two months, and didn’t know that BP recently destroyed the ocean.
During a press conference, BP Chairman Carl Henric Svanberg caused some controversy when he said BP cares about “the small people.” It’s part of his new strategy. “Plug the hole by digging himself into a deeper one.”
BP said the comment was lost in translation from Svanberg's native Swedish to English. Americans were like, “We get it, we’ve all tried to assemble something from Ikea.”
BP CEO Tony Hayward told members of Congress that his company is working to make sure that a spill like this “does not happen again.” And they have a great plan in place. They’re going out of business.
Sony just released the first teaser trailer for the upcoming movie “The Smurfs." Or as BP calls it "the small blue people."