This Has To Be Meta-Something

Posted: November 8, 2011 by veeshir in Edumakashun, Funniest End of Civilization Evah, Occupy My Asscrack, Teh Funneh

We’ve all seen the many owwies* who are upset about how they have a college degree in such useful stuff as Gender Studies and Diversity Science and yet they can’t get a job.

Now we see this guy getting college credits for being an Occutard.

Seriously, that’s so meta I’d expect it to be a Dennis Miller joke.

Link via Weasel Zippers, I stole owwies from Car In.

  1. Lemur King says:

    “I’m like a celebrity back home,” Perkins said.

    Damn, what an annoying self-centered little attention-whore man-child he is.

    I heard today from somewhere that the idiots were vandalizing and threatening businesses for not giving them free food. Seriously?

    It’s so sad that they’ve finally sunk to the level of the Tea Party folks, isn’t it? I mean, when you spiral down to the point where you can’t be distinguished from a Tea Party rabble-rouser, why… fuck me sideways, that is off the rails.

  2. […] I couldn’t help but comment over there on veeshir’s post. “I’m like a celebrity back home,” Perkins said. […]

  3. Perkins is taking courses in an interdisciplinary program at Alabama that allows students to design their own majors.

    Well, he’s going to have an easy time finding a job, eh??


    • veeshir says:

      Just preparing for the next round of occupations when he can complain about not having a job even though he went to college and owes money and stuff.

  4. Who knew that video games and pizza could be a major?

  5. Mitchell says:

    “Occupy Oakland” smashed up a Wells Fargo bank during their riot (oh sorry “protest”) and then turns around to deposit $20,000 in…a Wells Fargo bank.

  6. alexthechick says:

    You know, I had an independent major program for my undergrad too. That’s how I ended up triple majoring in history, philosophy and poli sci. I am sooooooooooo judging him.

  7. Holy hell! Just read the article about the dickweed, and I can’t get over this quote from the twerp’s mother:

    “Perkins’ proud mom said she has no problem with her son’s $8,600 in-state tuition being devoted to his immersive research project on Occupy Wall Street.

    “I’m sure he’ll learn MORE IN TWO WEEKS IN NEW YORK THAN IN TWO YEARS IN COLLEGE,” said Danielle Juzan, of Mobile, Ala., who acknowledged that she’s still “worried sick” about her son.”

    Hopefully, dickweed and his mother are rarities in our country, otherwise America is going to hell in a handbasket right down a steep greasy slope.

    • Perhaps the mom is hoping her son wakes up from the indoctrination stupor. What better way of learning about Real Life™ than by being immersed in it?

      • veeshir says:

        Yeah, it’s funny the way they’re, almost, recreating a society and seeing the problems inherent in any society without a gov’t.

        However, I’ve learned never to underestimate the ability of people to not learn a lesson if it goes against their preconceptions.

        Many people, including the young and foolish, know far too much to learn anything.

  8. Many people, including the young and foolish, know far too much to learn anything.

    Or their opinions, no matter how contrary to fact, must be correct.

    • veeshir says:

      Yup, they get angry when I bring up science and engineering to show their fantasies are just that.
      After all, if everybody says that electric vehicles are good for the environment, well, no amount of explanation on how polluting creating and disposing of batteries or burning coal for that clean electricity will change their opinion.
      It just reinforces the opinion that I’m a right-wing jerk who wants to pollute the planet until we all die.

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