Friday, November 4, 2011

Occupy LOL Street

Happy Friday!  As snow descends on Calgary in big beautiful conglomerate flakes, I thought I'd share some funny-but-true graphics I picked up from

This Venn diagram will help you understand what makes Occupy Wall Street tick.  It wouldn't be so funny if it wasn't so true.
Next up.  A typical occupy child of privilege.

hahaha!  So good.... and true.

I've never been so happy to see snow!  I hope our set of occupy wastrels are becoming well acquainted to life without fossil fuels.   I've been winter camping.  Its not as fun as it sounds.  Its going to be a long cold winter my little numb skulls. 

Periods of snow. Amount 5 cm. Wind north 20 km/h becoming light this afternoon. Temperature steady near minus 9.
Periods of snow ending near midnight then cloudy. Amount 2 cm. Low minus 10.


Jen said...

I hope that the occupiers are sharing their tents with real poor people who live our of a box cover.

Some of the occupiers have very expensive items like: ipod, computers, c.phones, fancy tents, clothes, even drugs.

Maybe one day, they will experience the true meaning of poverty. In the meantime why don't the occupiers first redistribute their wealth; I am sure there is plenty to give.

Alex said...

They are playing at poverty for now, but poverty very deffinatly lies in their future if they stick to loser scene.

You know what just popped into my head? How is the park going to smell when a Chinook comes? Human waste won't get very far at -40. Stinkapalooza.

Adrian said...

The funniest joke I heard, though not safe for all audiences, is:

I had sex with your mom. I am the 99%.

oxygentax said...

What do you think? Too cruel for Forest Firefighters to drop a couple of helicopters full of water onto the 99% in the park?

Alex said...

LOL! Nice one Adrain.

Oh to have a city with cahones like that Oxygentax. How the bleeding hearts would howl!

You could make a whole TV show out of pranking these kids. It's deserted at night. You could glue all the tent zippers shut and watch the fun ensue. Call it a test. See how the geniuses who want to reorganize the economy for us dummies handle a little unforseen adversity.

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