THE TACOMA TO SAN DIEGO SULPHURO SEA BLUES
We are genuinely sorry about ravaging, polluting, and generally destroying in just a few short years what nature centuries to create, but let’s be pragmatic, we do have an obligation to our stockholders. I mean really, aren’t Redwoods just large trees? And doesn’t sand get muddy when it gets wet? And you can’t really drink seawater. As a matter of fact, you’re not even suppose to swim in it, let alone drink it! Moreover, we have an obligation to our stockholders! I mean, where would we be without them?
THE PORTLAND TO MIAMI MIASMI OCEAN BLUES
How truly sorry we are that in just a few years we have decimated, obliterated, and polluted the eastern seaboard that nature took centuries to create, but we do have an obligation to our stockholders. Look, haven’t we developed the shoreline from Portland to Miami? I mean we’ve built hotels, motels, and resorts, restaurants, summer homes, and garages. I mean, haven’t we developed the shoreline? We’ve kissed the shore with plenty and doused the sea with greed, but let’s face it, we have an obligation to our stockholders. Anyway, haven’t we developed the shoreline? Why, what would it have been had not developed it? Only a shoreline within an ocean, only sand, within the sea.