with an “effective” holiday PR presentation.
Ladies and gentlemen, the Clean Coal Carolers.
My two-year-old daughter watched it and said, "That doesn't look right eee-dur (either)."
From the site:
I just discovered the Clean Coal Carolers. These jolly ol' souls give new meaning to getting a lump of coal in your stocking. In fact, coal is the stocking stuffer of choice this year. It's abundant, affordable and cleaner than ever. The Clean Coal Carolers are the holiday season's hottest singing sensations [they've been burning up Centralia, Pa., since 1962 -- Dr. S] - and they're coming live to your computer. Happy clean coal caroling!The lyrics that the filthy lumps of carbon sing are hilarious, though I presume that's unintentional.
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