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Saturday, October 1, 2011

Occupy Wall Street Protesters Channel Spinal Tap

Messing with the heads of liberals is fun enough but it might just be even more fun to watch them mess with their own heads. These are the ideological descendants of the 1960's radicals and they just don't measure up. Bill Ayers and Bernadine Dohrn were seen in the act of synchronized dual face palms. The first problem these protesters ran into was an inflated crowd thanks to reports that the band Radiohead was going to perform. The band's appearance was dubbed a 'hoax.' All was good though, right? An inflated crowd agitated by a hoax could be used to the group's advantage! Quick, Onward to NYPD HQ!

Uh, they got lost.

Via New York Daily News:
Radiohead didn't rock out with the Occupy Wall Street mass yesterday, but the crowds sure did as the protest marched into its third weekend - but had a little trouble finding NYPD headquarters.

The British rock band's rumored appearance at the downtown protest - later branded a "hoax" by organizers - swelled the ranks at the Zuccotti Park base to several thousand.

While hundreds of people have camped out overnight in the plaza during the two-week old sit-in for social change, an online announcement that Radiohead was en route jammed the plaza.

"I actually think it's kind of ridiculous," said a dreadlocked 20-year-old who identified himself as Pigpen. "The only reason 500 people are here is because they think Radiohead is going to be here."

Organizers were red-faced.

"I got hoaxed," said Patrick Bruner, who has been e-mailing on behalf of the Occupy Wall Street protesters. "Radiohead was never confirmed. Completely our fault. Apologies. "

The band later wished protestors luck on their Twitter feed, but confirmed they would be no-shows.The band was in the city and performed two sold-out shows at the Roseland Ballroom this week.
Ok, now the convoluted metaphor. These protesters represent the band Spinal Tap in this clip. Radiohead might as well. Perhaps they were in Cleveland instead of New York. Of course, NYPD HQ represents the stage.

h/t Weasel Zippers

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