To make it up to you, we’re offering a free pizza.
Last Tuesday, the residents of the small rural community of Bobtown in the far southwestern corner of Pennsylvania woke up to a horrible shock — the sound of a massive explosion in their backyards. The source of the blast and the intensely hot fire that followed was a Chevron fracking well that had been set to begin production, but instead shot orange flames high into the air and gave off loud hissing sounds that could be heard hundreds of yards away.
Chevron has repaid residents terrorized by the explosion with a gift certificate for pizza, and they call this “community outreach.” It pains me to laugh right now but I can’t stop.
That’ll fix everything.