By "Pintface" Pete Bogs/BogsBlog
Slippery Fun for All Ages
Proof BP knew the risks of offshore drilling has surfaced in the form of a '70s board game called Offshore Oil Strike. The BP-branded game claims to offer the “thrills of drilling,” including such delights as oil spills. (When I hear “thrills of drilling,” I’d rather think of a petroleum-based product from KY than one from BP.) No word yet on whether the game constitutes “admissible evidence” in any current and future lawsuits against BP.
AZ Vets Declare Independence From Corn Chips
An American Legion Post in Arizona has banned observation of Cinco de Mayo. Apparently these vets were insulted that Americans can enjoy 2-for-1 margaritas and free refills on tortilla chips at the local Mexican joint once a year. More likely, they are jumping on the "hate for all things South of the Border" bandwagon that's been rolling since Senate Bill 1070 was passed in the state in April.