Comments of the Week: Now ain’t that America
Last week, a small group of “concerned students” demonstrated during the foreign policy presidential debate-watch, and a concerned student ended up in a physical confrontation with a technician employee. John Mellencamp tears up while reflecting on our First Amendment right to freedom of speech [but only in Red Square] that we take for granted every day.
Decrying the “system” and then walking straight to the police station to file a police report over a small scuffle. Ain’t that America.
@Yolo Ono reminds us that concerned members of mostly GU Occupy who claim openness to all political ideologies are leaving out a pretty important group of rabble rousers: the classic anti-totalitarians.
Pity only the anti-imperialist left got out that night to bother everyone, don’t forget about the anti-totalitarian left
There may have been a lot of hype last week about The Atlantic‘s decision to call DeGioia a “Brave Thinker,” but commenters were most riled up about the possibility of a TJ Maxx in Georgetown. Box even thinks bowling alleys aren’t upscale enough:
A discount clothing chain (TJ Maxx)? A bowling alley? What’s next for the mall, a check cashing service and a Cash 4 Gold store?
For a commenter who touts being clearly convinced by most things, clear and convincing troll did not buy Box’s criticism of TJ Maxx and Cash 4 Gold.
you elitist bastard, with GMS as shitty as it is, we work study students need a payday loan store if we want to afford these damn corp bagels
GAWSH N’o!! DON”T PINCH HIS NIPPLE~!!!!!