You'd have to live under a rock - or only watch the Cartoon Network - to not have heard about Boston's recent terror scare. As serious as it is and as funny as it isn't, the way Peter Berdovsky, 27, and Sean Stevens, 28, are handling the media - while insensitive and irresponsible - is absolutely hilarious.
They were released from jail yesterday on $2,500 cash bond after they pleaded not guilty to placing a hoax device and disorderly conduct for a device found at a Boston subway station. The devices were illuminated signs intended to promote the cartoon show Aqua Teen Hunger Force.
After their release, they called a press conference, which had no functional purpose other than having some fun with the media. I love how the MSNBC control room interrupts news about Al Franklin running for senate to roll live footage of this press conference in Boston.