Parents 'Occupy' NY School Meeting, Freak Out the Squares
Look what everybody is doing these days: just cold occupyin' things & places. This is a school board/New York board of education meeting of some kind. The parents are all, "Well fuuuuuuucccckkkk all of y'all, we have heard about the #OWS and we will just repeat/chant things until you give us our Freedoms of Education or whatever." This is great, everybody needs to Occupy Everything, for total comedy fulfillment, nationwide.
In the golden age of Direct Labor Action in the United States -- the 1870s through the early 1930s, before the labor movement was co-opted by the Democrats and Industry and "progressive gazillionaires" -- people were occupying and striking and taking over everything, coffee shops and factories and schools and railroads and farms. It's going to be so much fun when Today's People unplug the teevee for good, call Verizon or Comcast and tell 'em to stick it up their porthole, and go seize everything everywhere, because it's is already theirs. [Via Dangerous Minds]