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  • 11. okt. 2015

  • North Dakota is known for being polite, but perhaps they’ve been a little too hospitable to oil companies. Connect with Last Week Tonight online... Subscribe to the Last Week Tonight YouTube channel for more almost news as it almost happens: www.youtube.com/user/LastWeekTonight Find Last Week Tonight on Facebook like your mom would: http://Facebook.com/LastWeekTonight Follow us on Twitter for news about jokes and jokes about news: http://Twitter.com/LastWeekTonight Visit our official site for all that other stuff at once: http://www.hbo.com/lastweektonight

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  • batty b
    batty b For 2 år siden

    Fun fact about the billboards: they’re still here. And we have no idea who pays for these things, but they’ve been around as long as I can remember

  • TTV5
    TTV5 For 4 md. siden (redigert)

    "The longest I've ever been out on a job site is 69 hours straight"

  • goopah
    goopah For 1 år siden (redigert)

    Stumbled in here (a few years late) and found:

  • Howard Conover
    Howard Conover For 4 md. siden

    Who'd have known in 2020 the barrel is worth more than oil in it .

  • Marilyn C.
    Marilyn C. For 3 år siden

    And you're still wondering WHY the Native Americans are demonstrating in North Dakota to resist the pipeline that will potentially spoil their water supply???? Think.

  • iheartchubbybellies
    iheartchubbybellies For 1 år siden

    "...just like a solar eclipse, you should never look directly at it."

  • BenLikesVideoGames - Gaming & Memes

    It’s nearly 2 AM, and I’m laying in my bed, on YouTube, watching someone talk about oil company regulations- or lack thereof. In hindsight, this is probably why my mornings are terrible. Regardless, John Oliver makes some hilarious comparisons, I guess.

  • Ivan Fernandes
    Ivan Fernandes For 1 år siden

    Well, when a country legalize corruption calling it lobbying... Wonder why all american politicians are wealthy!

  • Jim Milstein
    Jim Milstein For 4 md. siden

    Actually, I lived there for a while, deep in the heart of ND. They are not nice. They are, literally, screaming bigots; though, to be fair, some are silent bigots.

  • Kerry Wichterich
    Kerry Wichterich For 4 år siden

    ALL HAIL JOHN OLIVER AND THE GLASSES THAT LAYETH UPON HIS FACE!

  • Kedabro
    Kedabro For 4 md. siden

    7:00

  • Patsy Sadowski
    Patsy Sadowski For 1 år siden

    In the UK sub contractors count as employees under health and safety law. It avoids this kind of lack of employer responsibility.

  • ArchArturo
    ArchArturo For 4 md. siden

    I come from the future, bearing an important message: Invest in Solar energy.

  • James
    James For 1 år siden

    I live in ND, and I approve this message. Thanks you, Mr. Oliver.

  • TheAnonymousGuy
    TheAnonymousGuy For 4 år siden

    69 hours that's almost 3 full days for an explosive technician,  that's terrifying

  • AreaLabMen
    AreaLabMen For 1 år siden

    And Republicans still vote against government enforced business regulations. They'll say something heartless like: "Well, the guy knew what he was getting into when he signed the contract."

  • Deborah Allen
    Deborah Allen For 1 år siden

    My friend worked in the Bakken oil fields and came home with leukemia. I wonder how many others got sick?

  • TheNewyorkdragon
    TheNewyorkdragon For 8 md. siden

    Ya know what “pro business” means? Most of the time it means that regulators and law makers are influenced by businessmen to make as much money as possible by screwing over the workers by cutting or removing safety measures, benefits, pay etc. Wealthy people and businesses pay lobbyists to cut or remove as many benefits and safety measures as possible that directly, negatively affect workers. The workers rarely if ever have people lobbying for them in return. As usual, money TRUMPs people’s health, well being and livelihood. It blows my mind how many do not vote in there best interest and will actually protect and defend the companies that fuck them over so that they can get rich(er). These people fuck themselves over and maybe even worse, fuck there fellow workers over as well as all the families who depend on them. People sit there and talk about all these conservative ideals and how awesome capitalism is but when they loose there lives or become injured or loose there job for some reason and then find themselves with no healthcare or unemployment benefits or whatever it is they may need after loosing life, a limb, a job so that some company can pay 15% less taxes and make even more money for themselves and there stockholders and in the end suffer the greed of others. They will STILL sit there and defend this bullshit! WTF is wrong with people?!? This isn’t a damn Republican or Democratic rant! This is a rich people fucking over the poor people rant!! Wake up people!! Rich people don’t give 2 shits about you! Stop voting for people who advocate, defend and endorse the rich people who are more than willing to fuck over Joe Q Public!!! Eat the rich!!!!

  • Steve Martin
    Steve Martin For 1 år siden

    Hiring sub-contractors. I live in Japan, have been here 36 years, and this is the standard operating procedure for large corporations to avoid responsibility of compliance to Japanese Labor law. The law mostly applies to only full time employees, not sub-contractors. And did you know that many of the workers at the pre-tsunami nuclear power plants are untrained and under-protected sub-contractors .... as are the foreign immigrant labor hired to clean up the shit?

  • Ikelae
    Ikelae For 4 år siden

    Having come from North Dakota... I can say the oil boom has been disastrous to my community.