Saturday, November 12, 2011

"These Precious Snowflakes" of OWS

Bill Whittle on curing the OWS crowd from what ails (not Ailes) them.


  1. That was excellent!

    The OWS ranters, corporate-produced electronic toys in hand, call to mind the old Cotton Mather quote:

    Virtue begat prosperity, and the daughter killed the mother.

    We have taught our children nothing about the larger world, the arc of history, or more importantly, that they are but a fly speck and everything doesn't revolve aroud them.

  2. Silverfiddle: My mom told me often, nay - very often, that the world doesn't revolve around me. It came in handy when I had to teach 4th graders how to remember difference between "revolution" and "rotation" of the earth.

    I am amazed at how few basic skills young people have. They can't garden, sew on a button (I taught the 4th graders how to sew buttons on their uniforms - all boys. The mothers were ecstatic), make minor repairs around the home, and on and on.

  3. SF: "That was excellent!" Yeah. Whittle has his head screwed on straight!

    Adrienne: "I taught the 4th graders how to sew buttons on their uniforms" Adrienne: Competence will not be tolerated under the new world order. Start teaching them to feel good about themselves even when their buttons fall off.

    After all, liberals have been "losing their buttons" for at least forty years now!


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