David Winthrop: Good evening, we at BP would just like to say we feel terrible about that oil in the gulf business. Still, we believe there's a bright side to everything. Has anyone considered just how rich these fish have become? I mean they are literally swimming in money and when you consider that each fish is covered in a half gallon of oil, well that's easily 5 American dollars, right there. More than any fish could ever need. And those are just the fish that have been covered in oil once. Many of these fish have been cleaned off and put right back in the oil.
I believe the appropriate phase is cha ching. And lets not forget these fish are from the gulf of Mexico and Louisiana, where there's an incredibly low standard of living. I bet a fish could go pretty far down there with $5 in it's pocket and it's gills. And don't get me started on those uppity nevo seabirds.
So on behalf of BP, I'd just like to say, "We're not spilling oil, we're spreading wealth around, particularly on your beaches."There may be small errors in this transcript.