Occupy Wallstreet Protesters

7 Mar

What bugs me the most is that every morning when I walk from the parking garage to work I always have to walk pass the stupid “Occupy Wallstreet”protesters.  What erks me about this is that clearly none of the protesters have jobs since they would be working instead of standing out in the cold, waving their cut out pieces of cardboard with messages that states, “Honk if you are the 99%.” What annoys me the most is that clearly these protesters are wasting their days away holding a piece of cardboard when they should be contributing to society. Instead of complaining about the 1%, remember they are paying the most into the welfare, unemployment, WIC, etc. Furthermore, not only the 1% is paying into those programs but also the 91.5% of employed Americans. So instead of creating signs that are unappreciative towards the people who are putting their hard-working money into the system for your unemployed, “free handout,” maybe create a sign that says THANK YOU! Maybe us 91.5% employed Americans may be a little more okay with our taxes supporting you.

Since I loathe this protest, I’ve always joked about having a tent located directly on the opposite side of the street with signs that say, “Jobfair (that way)——->” or “Dear Occupy Protesters, You’re welcome! Sincerely, 91.5%” Yet… they already beat me to it….

… darn it!


Readers: Do you still have occupy protesters in your community? What are you thoughts are regarding this protest? Do you think it has changed anything?


The War of the Sweater Vest

7 Mar

I came across this and I couldn’t help but laugh.


7 Mar

“Fashion is not something that exists in dresses only. Fashion is in the sky, in the street, fashion has to do with ideas, the way we live, what is happening.”

– Coco Chanel

East Coast’s Hollywood

7 Mar

Washington, D.C. is the east coast’s version of Hollywood yet this Hollywood has more of 80’s classic “Revenge of the Nerds” running this town.  Nothing wrong with the president of the debate team running this monumental city, however, frolicking through the streets of D.C. you notice more suits and oddly mismatched clothes than going through an artist’s closet in Brooklyn. The fashion in D.C. is more professional and when our first lady, Michelle Obama, is known to be D.C.’s best dressed, there most be something wrong with this picture. Not knocking our first lady’s fashion taste, especially since our first lady as significantly boost the sales, and became the honorary spokeswoman of J.Crew. She does have decent taste but I still wouldn’t call her best dressed.

Santorum’s campaign propaganda… donate money and you get a sweater vest. My wish came true, I always wanted a Rick Santorum sweater vest…. not!!! It’s a clever idea but still, it’s cheesy. It’s the “Revenge of the Nerds” version of fundraising. haha…

I don’t care who or what political party you represent, who do you think Obama will be running against?