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January 27, 2011

THE MIAMI MYSTERY SANDBAR PIANO

You will be stunned to learn that alcohol was involved.

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I think something far more sinister is going on. First, a piano stranded on a sandbar. Then, Jimmy Buffett who sang "Stranded on a sandbar" takes falls off stage and nearly dies. Coincidence? Me thinks not!

"involves a guy with a bagpipe, a rollicking New Year's Eve party and a teenager looking to make a splash on his college admissions."

OK. That sounds like college. Hope he gets in.

Just so long as there is a rational explanation.
They say that alcohol releases inhibitions. But that just assumes that some part of your mind is telling you to do these things and being sober stops it.
Your mind is unbalanced.

They burned it just because the keys were sticky? Uh-oh... Most of you blog-men will have to burn your keyboards today.


"His mom, who asked that The Miami Herald not use her name..."
Yeah, no one will be able to figure out who she is.

LOL Brannif. I had the same thought.

Also, I love the way they emphasize that none of the teens were drinking - responsible parents that they are.

*snork* @ Siouxie, who beat me to the punch on those abstemious teens. Riiiiiiiiiiight.

"involves a guy with a bagpipe, a rollicking New Year's Eve party and a teenager looking to make a splash on his college admissions."

Take away the teenager and it sounds more like a party at Judi's.

"... Harrington, his two sons, ...". Uh, "Harrington" was a 16 year old. I guess they meant "J. Mark Harrington", who was only mentioned in passing. And you'll notice they never actually say Nicholas is J. Mark's son. Sloppy reporting...


Heartwarming. The family that sets pianos afire together, stays together. Especially if bag pipes are also involved.

"A piano is a piano is a piano ... "

-- Gertrude Steinway

*except in this case, the piano wuz afire ... *

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