Dear BP, I'm not here to be political, but I don't consider the oil spill in the gulf to be a political issue. Just a really really horrible disaster. BP, you suck for causing the oil disaster in the gulf. And you suck because of the fact that you didn't just own up to it, work with the government, and try to control the problem. No, you just made up a bunch of hooey about how you had a plan all along, had safety standards, and how walruses are native to the gulf, and then had the government force you to set aside some funds to help all of those whose lives you pretty much ruined (so you couldn't just go declare bankruptcy and get out of the whole thing like I know you want to do). And your commercials don't help...
And Dear Economy, I'd like you to improve since I have little to no money. If you do improve, we can be BFFs, I promise!
Finally, Dear Meg Cabot, I am currently reading Insatiable, and, as per usual, it is an awesome book. I'm about half way through, and so far, I'm really loving it. And it makes me forget how craptastic the economy is currently, which is a good thing. If I ever write a YA novel (like I want to), it will be to be your BFF, because your books are awesome (even though Insatiable is not considered YA, just in case my readers are wondering). When finished reading, maybe I'll even do a little book review here for you!!
So, in conclusion:
BP, you suck (but could hire me to do PR for you, in which I'd make you seem less like you suck and my economic situation would be greatly improved). But I still might say how much you suck on my blog since it is semi-anonymous...hehehe...
If the economy improves, we'll (me and the economy, because that's perfectly normal to be friends with a concept or entity) be BFFs.
Go buy Insatiable. Because Meg Cabot is awesome (and who I also want to be my BFF, in addition to an improved economy). Keep in mind it is kinda campy, so be in that mindset when reading.
P.S. I also bought this of course (yes, I confess I'm a Twicrack addict)! I think it is a given that I want Stephenie Meyer to be my BFF (mostly so I can convince her to finish Midnight Sun). And by convince, I mean make her watch bad tv with me while covered in my heaviest cats until she finally relents and finishes it, just sayin').