With the oil spill Xbox game.
"Let's just fix the problem," he advises.
The Coast Guard is keeping his fingers crossed, but hedging his bets.
This seems like a no-brainer, but not so.
BP has to remove the cap, causing more oil to gush into the ocean.
Robert Dudley takes over for Tony Hayward in the Gulf today.
The government agency whose coziness with big oil has been blamed for the catastrophic Deepwater Horizon spill is getting its own PR makeover.
A 'Times' investigation looks into the failed "blind shear."
Up to 4 million gallons a day, in fact.
And, thus, he has sympathy for piled-on BP sympathizer Joe Barton.
Certainly you can plug an oil spill remotely from a yacht race. Why not?
Get ready to blame Bob Dudley for things.
It wasn't an easy opening statement for the BP CEO.
He says cigarettes are the greatest environmental disaster.
That's what one seemingly knowledgeable but anonymous commenter says.
He doesn't even want to live in this country anymore, he's so angry.