The Incredible Lightness of Being an Occu-Pod

October 9, 2011

down with evil corporations

Thanks to for putting this photo on our radar. Too much time, too much money, too many opportunities, too many luxuries, too good a life, too great a country to appreciate.  Too mindless. Is God laughing or just shaking His head?

Watch & lap up more excellent adventures in ZombieLand, Atlanta chapter, at The collective rules. Fantasized equality trumps merit. The individual is out. Nothing gets done. Socialism in action.

Mindless, aimless spawn of the super-privileged One Percent “partay! partay!” at Occu-Pod infestation on Wall Street. Revolution is kewl. Look, laugh & wince at the Daily Mail.

Occu-Pod Update several weeks in, Generation FreeLoad: “Occupy Wall Street kitchen staff protesting fixing food for freeloaders…The Occupy Wall Street volunteer kitchen staff launched a ‘counter’ revolution yesterday — because they’re angry about working 18-hour days to provide food for ‘professional homeless’ people and ex-cons masquerading as protesters.”

“Professional homeless people”….? As versus those recreational amateurs screaming for a free lifetime pass from cradle to grave? Substitute “OWS” for “Hollywood” and you’ve got the famous aphorism usually attributed to Oscar Levant: “Strip away the phony tinsel of Hollywood[OWS] and you find the real tinsel underneath.”

More about Useful Idiots, fast becoming the most overpopulated demographic on these shores.

3 Responses to The Incredible Lightness of Being an Occu-Pod

  1. Floyd Patterson on October 22, 2011 at 12:04 am

    Start remembering what AMERICA is!
    There is no other country that sends its people to help other countries that have WARS in their country!
    Americans die helping that country’s people live!

  2. Susan Sarandon | Michelle-Antoinette on July 24, 2015 at 5:58 pm

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  3. […] invested in all the evil, capitalist companies she decries when marching/sitting in/screaming for Occupy Wall Street. Medea is one of those that whatever she’s for, one can be, in totally clear conscience, […]

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