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Thu, Dec 1, 2011 - 10:55pm

For laughs and maybe even for some semi-serious discussion, the following is presented for your consideration.

Caution: If you are easily offended, you might want to skip this entirely.

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Dec 2, 2011 - 7:59pm

Educate yourselves!

thetumta TF
Dec 2, 2011 - 9:22pm

He doesn't bother me and he's

He doesn't bother me and he's not the problem, at worst a lost American soul. He's not armed and might ordinarily be a nice fellow.

Perhaps he just got slammed in the most recent JPM silver takedown and is in the street? Sort of the way I felt, but I was just day-trading. Nothing serious.


Dec 2, 2011 - 10:08pm

Chant don't rant

Having led a biker, pirate, smuggler, grower and other nefarious life styles I am quite accustomed to profanity and the darker side of life. I choose not to use profanity (a form of violence) especially with those I cannot see. I have little or no respect for those that do. I would at least expect you to accord the respect that has been given you to those who have given. Besides breaking your own OWS rule you have offended many. You may wish to tighten up on your back stroke as we would say in the hood. Git in where you fit in.


E Ho Mai
Dec 3, 2011 - 12:29am

Well, I agree with The Young Turks

Adam Carolla Occupy Wall Street Rant (Breakdown)
Dec 3, 2011 - 12:58am

Maybe Creditcrumbs...

you should post that in the top link as that is where all the pitchforks have moved too.

Bay of Pigs
Dec 3, 2011 - 1:19am


And there you have it. Reason and logic turned on its head....those Bankster criminals stole the money. They did not earn any of it. No excuses and no way to justify it.

You guys get it. Peace and Aloha....

Dec 3, 2011 - 1:37am

entitlement on both sides

I think where Carolla totally misses the mark is in how there is entitlement and greed on both sides of the equation. There are entitled rich people and entitled poor people. The banksters take advantage at the top, and the welfare/disability cheats take advantage at the bottom. There are certainly good rich people and good people on welfare, but far too many people take without giving back on both the top and the bottom.

The entire system is being bogged down and destroyed by entitlement on both sides. I don't think there is the "noble rich" but neither do I think there is the "noble poor." Laziness, selfishness, and narcissism is an epidemic across all wealth spectrums.

How people manifest their greed simply depends on the opportunities that present themselves. The welfare cheat would have run Enron if they could, and if the bad banksters couldn't have been banksters, they would have been selling drugs on a street corner to little school children.

The kinder, more responsible middle needs to stop these parasites from eating the host from both sides.

Dec 3, 2011 - 4:55am

missed your input kumanari

kia ora for the chant

  1. He aha te mea nui? He tangata. He tangata. He tangata. What is the most important thing? It is people, it is people, it is people. ...
Dec 3, 2011 - 8:39am

Presented without comment?

Isn't that a little cowardly, even for you? If you want to stand with the 1%, be proud and do it. Don't hide behind someone's skirt.

Dec 4, 2011 - 5:30am

Wow, this guy just hit the

Wow, this guy just hit the nail on the head with the issue of envy coming from the Occupy movement. He has a lot of good points and makes you wonder just what the next wave of the entitlement generation is going to be.

The Occupy movement is all about jealous people (or junky) who grew up feeling entitled by getting trophies and ribbons for getting last place.


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