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Die, corporations! But first, someone order me a Starbucks frap!

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The Occupy Wall Street protest has garnered a great deal of attention, both positive and negative. It has taken over a week, but people are now pointing out who is behind the protests, what the protesters want, and pointing out that they believe it is politicians at fault, not Wall Street. Regardless of political affiliation, any protest against corporations will have people pointing out the hypocrisies of protesters, just as above.

But come on, this is funny, no matter which side of the fence you’re on.

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Edna is the nosy neighbor who is poking her nose in everyone's business. She's listening with a cup at someone's back door, going through neighbors' trash, and peeking at passerbys from behind the curtain- and she's hopped up on coffee, so be kind to her, lest she points her binoculars in your direction.

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