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TheDisengaged

TheDisengaged

F, Boston

On The Clothes I Have Known And Loved To Death That I Wish They Still Made

ARM STIRRUPS! And so many random holes in places I didn't think holes would form. This piece really cracked me up. Love it!

Posted on June 15, 2012 at 9:22 pm 0

On Class, Strategy And Shopping: What Happened At Occupy Black Friday

@riggssm It pretty much demonstrated that the 99% should actually be subdivided into additional percentiles. Namely, "giant twats" and "the disengaged".

If anything I learned from '24' is true, then there's a secret Illuminati boardroom somewhere where The One Percent sits watching a wall of monitors as this whole Occupy movement collapses on itself. All according to the plan, of course.

Posted on November 29, 2011 at 10:22 pm 1

On Class, Strategy And Shopping: What Happened At Occupy Black Friday

@La Cieca I hope that was a joke....

Posted on November 29, 2011 at 10:10 pm 0

On Class, Strategy And Shopping: What Happened At Occupy Black Friday

@davetar You have a right to fucking hate Black Friday all you want, but that doesn't give you the right to care how I spend my money, okay Dad? Now I wish I'd actually gone Black Friday shopping. Just for spite.

Overall I've felt that the Occupy movement has been a great start for a new direction. When people peacefully gather around large banks and other areas of power, the general message makes sense: 'We, the 99%, are real individuals who won't be so easily dismissed by those who abide within an elite bubble. We are not an abstraction or numbers on a spreadsheet.' Something like that.

This is a message I support. However, now we're seeing instances where the protest is becoming more of a nuisance for everyone, 99%ers most of all. Do you think "the 1%" gives a flying fuck about some weak propaganda at Ikea or shopping improv at Target?

Posted on November 29, 2011 at 7:53 pm 1