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Greenpeace to the rescue!

As I predicted in an earlier story, Greenpeace has come to the rescue of the poor little crabs of Lebanon. Shocked into action, no doubt, by the dastardly actions of the evil Zionist oppressors, it's fortunate that our Heroes In Tights are here to save the day. Let's just hope that this doesn't lead to another epic struggle between them and the French!

Ok, all joking aside, the more volunteers that there are to help clean up that oil spill, the better. Hopefully, there won't be nearly as much wrangling as there is around the details of the supposedly-enforced cease-fire.
In this photo released, Tuesday by Greenpeace, Aug. 22, 2006, workers try to clean the shore next to the port city of Byblos, northern Beirut, Lebanon, Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2006, which is heavily polluted by oil, as a result of the Israeli bombing mid-July of the Jiyeh power plant, south of Beirut. After a month slathered over waters off Lebanon's coast, an oil spill unleashed by Israeli bombardment has started sinking to the sea floor _ blanketing marine life with a tar-like sludge, experts and the U.N. said Tuesday. (AP Photo/Greenpeace, Jeroen Oerlemans)


Apparently, Greenpeace considers boats to be living creatures these days:

In this photo made available by Greenpeace Tuesday, Aug. 22, 2006, boats float near a dock in the seaport of Byblos, northern Beirut, Lebanon, Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2006, which is heavily polluted by oil, as a result of the Israeli bombing mid-July of the Jiyeh power plant, south of Beirut. After a month slathered over waters off Lebanon's coast, an oil spill unleashed by Israeli bombardment has started sinking to the sea floor _ blanketing marine life with a tar-like sludge, experts and the U.N. said Tuesday. (AP Photo/Greenpeace, Jeroen Oerlemans)


In this photo released by Greenpeace Tuesday, Aug. 22, 2006, a crab covered with oil, is seen on the coast near the seaport of Tabarja, northern Beirut, Lebanon, Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2006, which is heavily polluted by oil, as a result of the Israeli bombing mid-July of the Jiyeh power plant, south of Beirut. After a month slathered over waters off Lebanon's coast, an oil spill unleashed by Israeli bombardment has started sinking to the sea floor _ blanketing marine life with a tar-like sludge, experts and the U.N. said Tuesday. (AP Photo/Greenpeace, Jeroen Oerlemans)

 


Comments:

#1 Johnny Fontaine 22-Aug-2006
Lebanese crabs taste like aids.
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