Busting up a Starbux

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Over at The American Spectator, blogger Brooke Oberwetter has an amusing account of this weekend's anti-IMF protests.

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  1. What a joke. Someone SHOULD protest the protestors; for being teats on the proverbial bull. Schmucks.

  2. “We were supposed to kill two birds with one stone: destroy a piece of corporate art and trash a franchise coffee bar.”

  3. I think the “Enjoy Capitalism” tees work better as leftist irony, too. Ideally, irony raised to the third power – leftists being ironic by wearing a shirt that rightists produced as a takeoff on leftist takeoffs of corporate logos on clothing.

    Dude, it’s that guy from the Love Boat. Yeah, he’s cool.

    Are you being sarcastic?

    I don’t know!!!!

  4. Brian Kieffer, a guest contributor to Radley Balko’s The Agitator, has another report on this event here. Brooke is also another guest contributor there; congrats on getting her piece into The Spectator. When can we expect Julian’s report?

  5. At this point in history, is there anything more insignificant than a demonstration in Washington DC?

  6. internet message boards?

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