Three gas-chains in the US are planning to market their oil as terror-free. Terror-Free, Sinclair Oil and Flying J gas companies have teamed together to promote their gasoline as fuel that doesn't sponsor terrorism (i.e. come from the Persian Gulf).

When Treehugger pointed us to this, we hoped to hell it was some crazy-viral-thing made by some oh-so-zany-ad-agency to promote soup or something. But no, the more we looked into it, the more it looked like it was for real. Three gas-chains in the US are planning to market their oil as terror-free. Terror-Free, Sinclair Oil and Flying J gas companies have teamed together to promote their gasoline as fuel that doesn't sponsor terrorism (i.e. come from the Persian Gulf).

According to their site, only two other companies outside the group are worth buying from (Hess & Yukos) and that 43 other companies (including Shell, Esso and BP) “finance terrorism by importing oil from the Middle East” (we assume this coalition has a better legal team than the others put together).

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