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Tuesday, June 14, 2005

Phil Her Up, Soon To Come

Aparently the human gasbag Philip A. Cooney took a job with ExxonMobil sometime between resigning on Friday and at the latest earlier today. And that transpired after word came out only last Wednesday that he enjoys adding fiction to scientific reports.

That revolving door spun so fast it nearly took off his backside.

I am glad that my red letter of recommendation helped him out so much in getting in good graces with his future employer.

Who will inherit Cooney's job in BushCo? I predict the scientifically evil Willie "10 Miles High" Soon will soon take his place.

The evidence:

It ain't going to get any better. There's a queue lining up for that post.


Professor Blogger monkeygrinder said...

Exxon-mobil - the fairest oil company of them all.

Cooney will fit right in, if he wasn't already drawing a salary.

9:25 AM  
Professor Blogger Schroeder said...

Great friggin' blog! I'll have to check out the archives later (when "the man" isn't looking).

You're a biker? The artwork brought me back to "The Triplets of Belleville." No doubt you've seen it:

On the topic of energy, here's a classic shot of monkey boy getting brainwashed by Shell on hydrogen:


9:23 AM  
Professor Blogger Madeleine said...

Say all you want about the edits, but don't call Phil a human gasbag. He was editing documents outline US government climate change research plans, not the conclusions of the research or any scientific documents.
I am a strong environmentalist and not Republican. I interned at CEQ Jan-May of 2005 and got to know Phil very well. He is a good, honest person and was carring out Bush's policies.
Don't be so judgemental.

12:38 PM  
Professor Blogger WHT said...

Anybody with a clear conscience that would carry out Bush's bad judgement environmental policies should resign in protest immediately.

5:19 PM  

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