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BP Cares?

Tuesday, May. 04, 2010 3:38 AM

Faisal Shahzad, a naturalized American citizen who recently returned from Pakistan, was arrested at JFK International Airport, preparing to board a flight to Dubai. He has been named as a suspect in the attempted Times Square bombing over the weekend.

What is becoming clear is that Shahzad was caught through traditional law enforcement methods, including thorough investigation.

A motive for the attempted bombing is unclear, but the vehicle was parked near the headquarters of Viacom, which owns Comedy Central and, thus, are the distributors of South Park.

Note the absence of a color-coded panic attack as opposed to the frequent silliness with the Bush Administration.

An atheist student group at the University of Wisconsin decided to underscore the idiocy of 'You Can't Draw Our Prophet!' by planning an event where they would do just that: draw depictions of Muhammad all over campus.

As a stick figure. In chalk.

Out of courtesy, the group's leader decided to inform the campus' Muslim Student Association and received an angry, accusatory response.

BP, upon learning of the failure of the Deepwater Horizon oil platform, immediately sent its top people to the region.

Except they were going around offering $5,000 to residents for signing a no-lawsuit agreement.

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