Once upon a time, there was a movement called Occupy. They did nothing worthwhile. Sitting around in a place for a long time whining about everything while living off social security doesn’t count as anything worthwhile in my books.
However, with time, they went away, just like the 99% of the people they claim to represent knew they would. They were even wrong in that, as probably at least 99.99% of the people knew they would go away soon enough. It just took a little cold and public objection by those they claimed to have represented, for being a public annoyance, and that was that. Halifax was a typical example.
Every now and then, though, they still get back together to get a little high and try to remember the good old days when they thought they had something going and a purpose in life. The problem, though, is that they still call themselves Occupy, when they no longer occupy anything?
Are they even more disillusioned than I thought they were? Don’t they even realize that?
I’m confident, though, that at some point, they will realize that. I don’t think they can be that stupid forever!
But then what? Will they change their name? They would have to. So then to what?
The Dispersed Movement?
Hmmm. I think that has a nice ring to it!
But until then, I’ll have to refer to them by the only name they had, which is Occupy.
Well, Occupy… I MOCKUPY YOU!
2 thoughts on “Should Occupy Change Its Name Given They No Longer Occupy Anything?”
What an extraordinarily ignorant account of the Occupy Movement.
It’s actually dead on because Occupy is ignorant. How can I capture that but with an ignorant account?