Saturday, November 12, 2011

The ironing -- it is delicious

Jay-Z is releasing a new line of T-shirts in support of the Occupy Wall Street movement Friday via his Rocawear clothing label, but he doesn't plan to share any of the profits with the protesters.

The rapper was recently seen wearing one of the shirts, which tweaks the phrase "Occupy Wall Street" by crossing out the "W" and adding an "S" to make it read "Occupy All Streets."
The protests, which started Sept. 17 in New York, have since spread to Los Angeles and other cities as demonstrators protest corporate greed and corruption.

But one of the movement's most high-profile supporters, music mogul Russell Simmons -- who has attended Occupy protests and has sent many tweets expressing his views on the matter -- touted the T-shirt on Twitter earlier this week.

"Love Jay-Z's t-shirt," he wrote, tweeting a link to a photo posted on his GlobalGrind website. "Glad i got mine today." More here:

As a side note: I like how the "jourrrrnalist" explains that the protesters are "against corporate greed and corruption." Great, what are they going to protest next?  Murderers?  Rapists?  Wow, these people are real indispensable intellectuals, aren't they?  Whatever would we do without them?

It occurs to me that these crapstain Hollywood millionaires are afraid.  They know damn well they got their millions by luck and they're ashamed of it on an unconscious level (assuming, for the moment, that libs are capable of experiencing shame or humiliation.)  They spend their whole lives hoping that nobody will notice they are super-rich for no real reason.  To assuage their guilt they act like they support "the little guy." 

You know, it's GOT to occur to these Hollywood millionaires that if these "protesters" had their way, they'd probably start beheading people who have a lot of money ... especially filthy rich ingrates who didn't really earn it ... capisce?  I think these idiot libs want to be able to say "but I was on your side" when the beheading (or whatever) starts. But I submit, that like Batman, the rich libs better think again.(*1)  Perhaps you recall those jourrrrnalists who were "covering" the Taliban ... "but I was on YOUR side -- GAAAAAA, MY MELON!!!"

*1 - Fear can sometimes be a useful emotion. For instance, let's say you're an astronaut on the moon and you fear that your partner has been turned into Dracula. The next time he goes out for the moon pieces, wham!, you just slam the door behind him and blast off. He might call you on the radio and say he's not Dracula, but you just say: Think again, bat man. (quote by Jack handy)

1 comment:

wamk said...

He got 99 problems, but lice ain't one.

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