Monday, July 4, 2011

This is your reality wake up call, Seattle moonbats

Sean Sorrentino posts to keep us up to date with the latest happenings in Seattle.  Heh.  Double heh, actually.

RTWT, but here's the Cliff's Notes version:

1. Lefties learn from graybeard 60's radicals (now tenured professors) about how much fun it was to mock The Man, back in the day.  About how the man was reduced to spittle-flecked rage or depression by said mockery.

2. The Left executes the Long March Through The Institutions, successfully.  Nobody tells them that this effectively makes them The Man.

3. Hilarity ensues.

In Seattle, of all places.  Seattle.



Dave H said...

"Never trust anybody over 30" they said, never imagining they'd one day turn 30.

Sean D Sorrentino said...

Thanks for the link.

The comments section of the Wallyworld blog I linked are still funny. The artist chimed in on the comments, and the offended woman is still trying to defend herself as well. She's upset that she's being painted as a mean old lady. Well if that was a consideration for her, she should have tried not to act like a mean old lady.

Borepatch said...

Sean, you're right - the comments are simply outstanding. The "Art" community is simply in a tizzy.


Anonymous said...

You're shocked this is in Seattle? That's one of the most politically correct places on earth. About fifteen years ago the local comedy show ran a Cops-like sketch where they arrested a guy for putting whole milk in his latte.

Sean D Sorrentino said... what's surprising about the situation isn't the annoying lady, it's the mocking push back. Instead of lock-step liberalism, there is a significant. Push back from people not only objecting, but openly mocking them in exactly the same terms that they used against The Man back when they were younger.

And they can't understand what's awesome.