MGMT has heard your slander. You've said they look ridiculous and certainly could not come to your mother's dinner table dressed in those silly excuses for pants. You've said rhyming feel with electric eel is a lazy result of that "liberal arts" education. They ignored all this. But then you called them out-of-touch hipsters who didn't care about the children. This was a call to action: creepy, creepy action.
MGMT just wants to help. That's why they're doing their part to do what the government does not, namely, raise money for arts education in the United States. To start, they've put up all those nightmare animal masks and props from their "Kids" video up for auction over on eBay. All the proceeds will go to the Children Art Foundation in New York, but we know deep down that the Brooklynites are still more interested in scaring the hell out of babies than raising the next baby Basquiat.
The creepiest of the monster masks is already up to $305 and counting with plenty of time remaining. This stimulus will only save the sector of the nation between Brooklyn Heights and Williamsburg, but you've got to start somewhere right?
If you'd blocked the video out of your mind, here's a refresher course. The top-dollar monster is the one chillin' in the Jeep Wrangler.