Life lessons 101

October 28th, 2011

God, can this GET any more hilarious? It would seem that the big OWS camp-out is providing lessons in how the world really works to the spoiled brats in attendance, one right after another. Or, as Ace puts it: “Everyday is Learning Day for OWS.”

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.

For three days beginning tomorrow, the cooks will serve only brown rice and other spartan grub instead of the usual menu of organic chicken and vegetables, spaghetti bolognese, and roasted beet and sheep’s-milk-cheese salad.

They will also provide directions to local soup kitchens for the vagrants, criminals and other freeloaders who have been descending on Zuccotti Park in increasing numbers every day.

What can you even say about them anymore? They’ve lapsed so completely into self-parody they’ll never be able to claim any serious person’s attention again. Not that they ever could or should have, of course. Read the whole article; it just progresses from the merely stupid and funny to the outright hilarious, as the OWS morons’ attempts at self-policing and self-governing according to Leftist ideology just blow up in their silly faces again and again. Ace sums it up nicely:

This movement of the masses seems to toss around words like “derelicts” rather casually.

I (and you) think all of these layabouts are derelicts and losers.

But note within their little society, they themselves set up a hierarchy “those who belong” and “losers and derelicts we wish to exclude.”

Do they not get that that’s what they are to us?

Amen to that. Kinda hard to distinguish one group of smelly, useless bums from another, not that there’s really any point in attempting it.

Arbeit macht frei update! Duane Lester explains things to the stupid tools:

Think about this for a minute.

Less than 1 percent of the Occupy Wall Street movement controls a majority of the food. But when demands are made on them to work for the common good and sacrifice their time to feed those with less, they balk.

Why? They didn’t buy that food. They’re not out any money they earned. All they have to do is spend the time prepping it.

How hypocritical is it to demand others surrender what they have earned or created but refuse to make a sandwich for a homeless guy?

This is how socialism works, kids. You don’t get to pick your lot. You’re a sandwich artist. It’s what you do. Now stop your complaining and grab the mayo. The next guy in line wants a Cold Cut Combo on whole wheat.

Well, i don’t know that it’s really hypocritical. When you get right down to it, it’s perfectly in line with their beliefs: it’s “socialism for thee, but not for me” with them, just as it has been for the nomenklatura every time and place socialism has been tried.

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  1. Three Legged Bunny
    October 28th, 2011 at 12:40 | #1
    This teaches two lessons.When they get knocked out of their customary and comfortable sense of entitlement and come nose to nose with the dreary fact that even those who don't routinely get whole grain breads and arugula in their salad want to eat the good stuff too, they can assume the comfortable pose of victim. It's daddy's fault, mommy's fault, the government's fault, or in this case, predatory bums. The bums are used to bologna on stale Wonder Bread and turkey dick soup--not on the same night--so what right do they have to share the penne primavera?

    To twist up a phrase, when the only tool you have is pissing and moaning, then every problem starts to look like a hangnail. And the only thing to do besides making those sucking-air sounds when the offending proudflesh hangs up on an Armani glove, is to wrap the problem up and hide it until it goes away, and in the meantime find something else to P&M about.

    The OWS crowd have been thru phases of providing swag for the local theives, and now they're going to refuse to feed those who didn't earn it--and were not born to expect it without earning it. My crystal ball says abrasive food thefts will skyrocket. A guy with a plate of brown rice walking past a smug bunch of rich kids eating from a meat-lovers party platter may not sniffle sadly, look down at his crusty second-hand Reeboks and walk on lamenting his bad luck. He might grab him some red roast beef as he passes.

    Oh, the gall.

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