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Topics: Oil, bp

Monday, 6 December 2010

Washington - BP is happy that US citizens are happy with their new ads showing that they are helping people deal with the large oil spill they created.

"I was worried that people would stop buying our main product, oil." CEO Robert Dudley with a little snicker. "I know we created a spill that will cause more damage to the ecosystem than we will ever have to pay for, but oh, well."

BP ads show happy fisherman, and other well compensated people acting like nothing major happened.

"I think BP is doing a great job. I didn't know when I would get another paycheck, but thanks to BP, I don't have to worry." A local fisherman told reporters.

BP denies that they really did anything wrong, because they are responsible for what they take out of the earth. It is the earth's fault for having oil in places that require a lot of cost cutting measure that put the ecosystem at risk.

BP did say that their ad campaign would continue until everyone actually believes the bull crap they are selling.

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