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Will Ferrell's Move the Ocean PSA is Brilliant

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We love FunnyorDie. But we especially love FunnyOrDie when they throw their creative humor behind important environmental issues.

Take for instance actor Robert Reford’s efforts to increase the flow of the once mighty Colorado River so that it may again reach the Gulf of Mexico. What might start off initially as a traditional PSA urging people to support his RaisetheRiver.org campaign is rudely interrupted by “William Ferrell’s” competing idea to instead move the ocean.

“Do we really need more river?” Ferrell asks in front of some hilariously awful blue screen imagery. “Let’s move it. Let’s reconnect this thing the old fashioned way. The American way. The way to fix this thing is to send money so that myself and some other scientists can begin the process of moving a small portion of the ocean back toward the wet part of the river. From there to there. No go to MoveTheOcean.org and send me money.”

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