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Thursday, November 03, 2011 

CBR and Wired blatantly promote exhibit of "superheroes" at Occupy Wall Street

This is disgusting, and CBR for one has definitely crossed the line in promoting a so-called superhero street theater at Occupy Wall Street, that whole movement that's already been proving itself most truly repellant by allowing creatures who commit rape crimes to dwell in their vicinity and even discourage the attendents from calling the police for help. And Wired's being just as bad. Just why must we care about the so-called superhero exhibits being staged by a bunch of lunatics?

Of course, we can't expect much else from so-called major comics sites like CBR that wouldn't even talk about Rick Perry's possible Superman fandom and which upheld Marvel's attack on the much more sensible Tea Party while attacking those who were insulted by Marvel's dumb move. On this, CBR certainly isn't much different from the regular MSM, which won't tell the real story about what's wrong with the Occupy movement.


There's an Occupy faction that's progressed (ha, pun!) into attacking churches now. Next, they'll probably do brave, principled things like harass hamsters at pet stores.

At least the old hippies had some education in something besides computers and a flair for art and music. These punks aren't worthy to hold their tye-dyed shorts for them.

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