Duh. This whole thing is so heartbreaking that there isn’t even enough whole heart left to break about this.

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  1. Hey, look on the bright side!

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  2. I would gladly renew the Cleveland Show an infinite number of seasons and syndicate it on every channel if someone could make all that oil go away.

  3. Finding Nemo 2 is gonna be even more heartbreaking than the first one

  4. I can’t wait for the new Seth MacFarlane cartoon about a family of oil droplets adjusting to their new life in the ocean!

  5. I’d like to soak up Cleveland with a bunch of hay.

  6. Why hasn’t anyone asked Seth MacFarlane’s advice on how to clean up the spill? He’s so smart, I’m sure he could figure out!

  7. Somehow I fell Seth McFarlane’s popularity somehow helped cause the oil spill! Good Job Family Guy fans!

  8. This Goatse Sums up my Feelings.

  9. I know this is a disaster, but all of your funny comments just put a smile on my face.

  10. I would expect McFarlane to be worried about the oil spill considering the script writers he employs:

  11. months after the initial leak, the cleveland show continues to pour into the gulf of television.

  12. Thanks Gabe. If anybody needs me, I’ll be in here:

  13. We can all go fuck ourselves, because in situations related to world consumption of oil… we are all assholes.

    Sorry. (BP sucks, too!)

  14. Clean oceans hold no allure for the BP oil spill — it thrives on endangered marine life, real or imagined. “I kind of want to be an outsider,” said the BP oil spill, eating a truffle-flavored French fry.

  15. This is like a genocide of an ocean. Which is way sadder and deserves far more of our focused outrage than real genocide, or sex slavery, or starvation, or general severe poverty. Because, obviously, oceans are the epitome of innocent, you guys.

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