The 99 Percent Solution
What is the Occupy Walmart movement all about?
According to its founders -- a loosely organized collection of drifters currently squatting in the Lawn & Garden Department at a Walmart in Delafield, Wis. -- Occupy Walmart opposes global warming, global cooling (e.g., last weekend's n'oreaster snowstorm), hard-to-open plastic blister packaging, and the ongoing oppression of both the People's Front of Judea and the Judean People's Front.
Why are they targeting Walmart specifically?
Occupying Walmart offers a unique opportunity to expose the evils of capitalism while enjoying clean indoor rest rooms and steamed hot dogs.
What's next for the Occupy Walmart movement?
Since Lawn & Garden is about to shut down for the season, protestors will continue to occupy the garden furniture as the displays around them are converted to Christmas merchandise.
You can give those sunglasses a rest.
In November. . .
. . . no matter how poorly your favorite NFL team is doing, there’s still a theoretical chance of making the playoffs.
. . . you don’t have to slather on sunscreen whenever you go out.
. . . you can finally put away the lawn mower (unless you live in Florida, in which case you should skip the rest of this article).
. . . you no longer need to spend your lunch hour watering the outdoor plants, because they’re all dead.
November offers. . .
. . . fifty distinct shades of gray in the daytime sky.
. . . midterm exams, and a chance to determine whether $20,000 tuition has been worth it.
. . a good test of your new SAD full-spectrum light box.
November. . .
. . . makes all the other months (except February) look good.
November is . . .
. . only 30 days long, not 31.
I hope you weren't expecting anything profound.
If I ever need to plead insanity, this blog will provide valuable evidence.
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