January 12, 2012

Too much -pie: 3 Occupies in 6 days.



Occupy Lincoln, Occupy Denver, and Occupy Austin... experienced in less than a week.

The last couple seconds — which are not part of the protest — show something Meade and I call "an army of Jeremys."

15 comments:

BJM said...

More like an army of dorks.

David said...

You are in Austin.

Get thee to the Salt Lick.

mesquito said...

Pathetic. Austin is probably exactly as I left it in 1990: insufferably smug.

LordSomber said...

Man, that's sad.
But it'll be something to tell the grandkids, I guess.

Phil 3:14 said...

I know that location in Denver.

Land of the homeless.

paminwi said...

Did you find any unclaimed children in any of those places? Just wondering if you can home with something other than memories and video?

Maguro said...

Tonight is definitely not the night to be camping out in Lincoln. Anything for cause, though, eh?

Robin said...

You didn't comment on the Denver public library and art museum buildings you drove by.

Pretty hideous, eh?

toby said...

The only person who ever looked cool on a Segway was Gob on Arrested Development.

edutcher said...

Even in the Lefty sinkholes, the Occupation doesn't get much traction west of the Big Muddy.

Until it hits the Sierras and the Cascades, of course.

Don't Tread 2012 said...

Looked like the circus getting ready to leave town.

Wishful thinking!

Unproductive people are such a bore.

grgeil said...

My Austin office is less than a mile from the OWS urban campers, yet I've never once driven by to see them. Thanks for the tour.

Mark B said...

Desolation.

Carol_Herman said...

You call Segway's "Jeremy?"

Was it Lincoln or Austin that looks like it was built to be an industrial mall?

At least Madison's Rotunda is beautiful. And, you've got GRASS!

Is that because of the cows?

J Allen said...

At least they are consistent; poor hygiene, living like vagabonds, dressed like hobos or Cindi Lauper after a bad trip, shouting down or trying to intimidate anyone with opposing views, and leaving nice places trashed. I’ve been on austere deployments and still managed to live better than them.