Sometimes it can be fun to read between the lines of a story and figure out the real message. What follows are the testimonies that some Occupy Wall Street folks have posted on the Wall Street Website of Tears, We Are The 99%. The captions are purely Spew Crew created and our interptretation of what is to be gleaned from each tale of woe.
Quite honestly, with the exception of the folks with health problems, I am sick of hearing these people whine because they made stupid decisions or don’t want to start at the bottom and work their way up. What do you think when you read these stories? Any hidden messages that pop out at you? Put ‘em in the comments! We want to know what you are thinking.
Hidden Message: Never wait for them to call. They never do. Just get on with your bidness.
Hidden Message: Canadian government health care sucks. Repeal Obamacare.
Hidden Message: Choose your major wisely or you may not get a job. Also, save your beer and manicure money for grad school.
Hidden Message: Sneaking away in the middle of the night is no way to go through life.
Hidden Message: Never ask a question unless you want to know the answer.
Hidden Message: Elite Universities = BMW (Big Money Waste).
Hidden Message: Buy a house you can afford.
Hidden Message: Eat something. You'll feel better.
Hidden Message: Having a lot of money is good.
Hidden Message: Alas, Hope and Change ain't all that it was cracked up to be.
So someone named James posted his story on the Wall Street Website of Tears. I can’t vouch that it is legit, and I am not sure why they left it up, because it sort of smacks them down. If you click over there, be sure to look at the nasty, profane comments left by the self-proclaimed 99%! Here’s one gem:
This kid doesn’t even understand things. Highschoolers are fcking dumb.
They sure don’t speak for me. I love what this kid writes.
A Most Hilarious Update:
James’ story is no longer available at the Wall Street Website of Tears! So does this mean it was legit? Good thing The Morning Spew has captured James’ story.
“I am the 53%. I don’t whine.”