Friday, October 21, 2011

les misérables

“This is its own city. Within every city there are people who freeload, who make people’s lives miserable. We just deal with it. We can’t kick them out.” 
- Michael Glaser, a 26-year-old Occupier of Wall Street


I feel ya, buddy. I really, really do. 

8 comments:

Josh K. said...

The definition of irony that be you.

PPPP said...

What's really funny, in a sad, sick sort of way, is that he probably doesn't see the irony at all. And wouldn't even if it were pointed out to him.

Bubblehead Les. said...

Please tell me that you weren't expecting Logical Thoughts from Hippies?

Chas S. Clifton said...

Librarians are sometimes way too tolerant. But you know that.

Hobie said...

Do you think he's capable of seeing the irony in his statement?

Old NFO said...

Stupid... plain and simple...

Kristopher said...

Actually, retard, kicking them out works just fine.

Come to Wyoming. On-ramp beggars and street bums get shipped off to work camps for 30 days. Most of them leave the state immediately after that.

karrde said...

If he was playing the part of Jean Valjean, there might be hope for him.

Sadly, he doesn't seem to be.

Or do you mean les miserables as in the wretched poor, and not as a reference to the novel?