October 22, 2011

Occupy Wall Street

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From AlphaDelta who got it from here.

Posted by denny at October 22, 2011 03:44 PM  
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I occupied the Little League fields all day mowing and pulling weeds. Didn't get paid a dime and didn't expect to. Unlike the morons who call themselves the 99%.

Posted by: kerrcarto on October 22, 2011 07:29 PM

This one made me howl! :-)

It doesn't hurt that I have an unemployed 26-year-old - who's getting interested in all this "greed" stuff.

Posted by: Tom on October 23, 2011 08:20 AM

The parents in the photo must be aged out hippies. Letting their kid smoke pot in the house (or anywhere), obviously not looking for a job. And who is giving him the money to buy pot? My 26 yr old got let go a month ago. She's been on more than 6 quality job interviews since, sent out more than 50 resumes, and has picked up two freelance jobs.

Posted by: Barnslayer on October 23, 2011 09:14 AM

That man in the photo is in every corporate website in the world, that's a pretty good gig.

Posted by: Jon in Mexifornia on October 24, 2011 12:42 AM

Denny, get a load of this: (alright, the rest of you can look, too)

http://directorblue.blogspot.com/2011/10/occupy-wall-streets-latest-popcorn.html

Quoting from the story:

"...A crowd of about 100 protesters, both from New York and local offshoot Occupy New Haven, spent the afternoon standing outside Immelt’s 6-bedroom, 10-bathroom, $5.25 million home. Photos from local news site New Canaan Patch show a police officer guarding Immelt’s gates while protesters hold placards reading “Mr. Immelt, Meet the 99%” and “Jobs Not Bailouts”...

"GE's CEO is one of President Obama's biggest supporters and the current poster-child for crony capitalism. From Chevy Volts, to Obamacare, to selling critical aircraft technologies to Red China, Immelt's been at the heart of it all.

"Oh. And Immelt "actually came out in support of the Occupy Wall Street movement last week at a Thomson Reuters event in New York.""

Posted by: Kudzuisedible on October 24, 2011 11:56 AM
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