Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Yeah, whatever

Wow, that's like, deep, man...
Indie filmmakers Billy and Anais Yeager say they put the grand piano that appeared this week on a sandbar in Miami's Biscayne Bay to protest the city's vanity.

"I wasn't going to say anything, but rather (than) someone say it was just a silly piano from a music video, I said I'm not going to let that slide. This is highly symbolic and profound," Billy Yeager, who said he and his wife have left pianos in Malibu, Death Valley, Costa Rica and Guatemala, told the Miami New Times.
I hate to tell you this, you fucking douche, but if you have to actually tell people that something you've done is "highly symbolic and profound" instead of some kind of goofy stunt, you've completely and utterly failed.

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