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October 13, 2011

" Speaking up for the 100 percenters"


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Posted by Vanderleun at October 13, 2011 3:31 PM. This is an entry on the sideblog of American Digest: Check it out.

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Sounds like my granddaughter.

Posted by: mushroom at October 15, 2011 7:22 PM

The occupiers are the "Unclean." Unclean physically, psychologically, morally and intellectually. They are the takers and parasites, the abusers and exploiters. They are subhuman. The world will be better when they die.

Posted by: bob sykes at October 16, 2011 3:47 PM

To be free, especially, of the burden of envy -- a weight people carry like their own gut -- is to begin to have everything. The less you seek to own, the more of the earth seems to belong to you. Then gradually unpack the burden of sin, cast it away on the shores of eternity, and be free even of the fear of death. This is the promise of age, which all religions have preached and shown, to deaf ears and sightless eyes.


Posted by: Don at October 17, 2011 1:34 PM

That 13 year old girl has no idea of what reality is yet. Most people don't until mid-late 20s. You say your dad was an engineer and you plan on a great career as well but what about the people that were born in to a family that did not make much money, barely scrapped by just to survive and couldn't afford to fork up thousands of dollars like you daddy could for you? It is not their fault their parents did not create a good life for them but they are not their parents. They deserve a chance to make a difference in this world. We live only once. Why make life hard for everyone else when there is more than enough to go around for EVERYONE to be happy? "TOGETHER WE STAND, DEVIDED WE FALL". Right now 99% is going to make the 1% fall all because the 1% enjoyed seperation from reality and likes a world of slavery. So 13 year old, please look past your own life and into others. I am the 99%

Posted by: LBREX at October 22, 2011 1:21 PM

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