Caution: disturbed content
10/10 @ 1:55pm CT
Spread the what?
Oh, “filth!” I thought the man said “wealth.”
Repeat after your commissar:
Say “repeat after your commissar.”
Much better, thank you.
With the photo above as our banner,
we the Bound assign this post,
to the chronicling of the more tender moments,
of the “occupy movement,”
pardon the expression.
Occasionally, let this log,
pardon the expression,
be bumped to the top for review.
Whether or not any further updates,
are entered at this very post,
bookmark or re-click this tag to revisit:
We’re sorry that line,
was hard to say.
It’s easier just to click.
“We are the ones we have been waiting for.”
is what our transformational figure
Barrack Hussein Obama the Second,
Yet, “These aren’t the droids you are looking for.”
is what Obi Won Kenobi said.
We hope the man in the photo,
brought his own tissue paper,
even if it was capitalist produced,
or that he showered and changed, very soon,
after his shovel ready job was found.
That would be a change,
any friends marching behind him,
could believe in.
Now say good night, Gracie.
10/10 @ 5:00pm CT
‘Occupy’ Protester Want Ad: Earn $350-$650 per Week
10/10 @ 5:55pm CT
Here’s a photo from the relatively thoughtful progressive Webzine, firedoglake.com:
Sweet sentiment — brings the nostalgic heart back to 9-11-2001.
10/10 @ 6:31pm CT
From an excellent review by Todd Kinsey, “Tea Party vs. Occupy Wall St. in pictures”:
10/11 @ 10:57am CT
The intrepid videographers of Accuracy in Media are occupying some space in Occupy DC. They are discovering a theme that seems to bind the movement (pardon the word) together. It’s becoming a virtual crash course in scatology – well, and other nastiness.
Such a communal tantrum. Would Doctor Spock be calling for a time-out, by now?
Read more at The PJ Tatler…
Here’s a transcript, starting at 32 seconds into the video:
Occupy L.A. Speaker: “One of the speakers said the solution is nonviolent movement. No, my friend. I’ll give you two examples: French Revolution, and Indian so-called Revolution.
Gandhi, Gandhi today is, with respect to all of you, Gandhi today is a tumor that the ruling class is using constantly to mislead us. French Revolution made fundamental transformation. But it was bloody.
India, the result of Gandhi, is 600 million people living in maximum poverty.
So, ultimately, the bourgeoisie won’t go without violent means. Revolution! Yes, revolution that is led by the working class.
Long live revolution! Long live socialism!”
More photos and videos at Ringo’s Pictures.