Thursday, October 27, 2011

The Winter of our Discontent: All You Haters Occupy My Malls

When Steve Jobs died, one quote was repeated and re-"Tweeted" incessantly, especially among bikey people. I'm sure you know the one I mean:

("Are mind," huh? At least one YouTube user could use a bigger bicycle.)

While most of us can appreciate the sentiment, I cringed every time I came across it. First of all, the bicycle he was talking about was a recumbent:

(Recumbents: Eeew.)

Secondly, it's highly ironic--and not in the entertaining way, but in the depressing way. I'm sure Steve Jobs didn't mean it that way, but think about it: Americans hate bicycles, but we love computers. Also, consider the iPhone. (Which is essentially a computer, despite the name.) I suppose in an idealistic sense it's a bicycle for our minds, but in practice for most of us it's more of a big electronic clitoris that we're constantly fingering in order to experience instant and fleeting gratification.

None of this is to diminish Steve Jobs's boundless vision, or the computer's profound and transformative effect on humanity. It's just that when it comes to any incredible tool--like the bicycle, or the computer--there are two ways to use it:

The Transformative Way, in which we use the tool to transcend ourselves;

and

The American Way, in which we buy the tool on credit and then use it as a great big erogenous zone until the new version comes out and it's time to "upgrade."

You can use your computer to start a revolution, or you can use it to look at porn. You can use your bicycle to transport yourself efficiently, or you can customize it and admire it underneath you while you do trackstands and go nowhere. The idealistic view of all this technology is that it has brought us all together, and the cynical one is that it has simply enabled us all to spend all day blowing ourselves. We are a nation of visionaries, but we are also a nation of insatiable auto-fellators, and I suppose it's this contradiction that defines our national character.

I also couldn't help feeling cynical recently when I received an email from some PR company announcing that they had been "working on a number of health related initiatives promoting health and wellness for the citizens of NYC," which I take to mean the Department of Public Health has hired them to make a bunch of PSAs. The PSAs are designed to get people to stop drinking swill and becoming obese, and they contain scare tactics like this:

We've reached a frightening phase in our evolution when we're being threatened with the prospect of walking. If we had any sense, we'd take this as an advertisement for Pepsi and not an anti-soda PSA, since enjoying a nice cool soft drink and taking a leisurely stroll across town sounds like a great way to spend a couple of hours. "Great, now I have an excuse to walk!" But that's not the way it is, and I guess this PR company knows that people are actually more frightened of walking than they are of the prospect of losing their feet to diabetes. I guess it's just evolution, since in a few hundred years we're not going to need feet anyway.

But can we blame people for being frightened of walking? "Back in the day" you might be afraid to walk from Central Park to Yankee Stadium because you'd get mugged. Now, you're almost certain to get run down by a motor vehicle, after which the NYPD won't even have the decency to return your family's phone calls. This is because we live in a place where "I didn't see you" is actually a valid excuse for killing somebody. Even in New York, you're not considered "visible" unless you're in a car, and if you're not "visible" you are fair game. So if you want protection from the law, at the bare minimum you'd better visit the Kia dealership, because you literally need to have a "lease on life."

This, then, is why American-style cycling has its own unique character, which is embodied perfectly in this photo taken by a reader in Seattle:

Indeed, I'd say that there are three images that define us as a people. "Washington Crossing the Delaware" embodies our patriotism and bravery:

"American Gothic" captures our steely resolve:


And "Captain America Peeing" expresses the manner in which toys with wheels drive us absolutely insane:

Speaking of insanity, as I've pointed out many times, people are insane for anything "artisanal," and a number of readers have informed me that even distinctly non-artisanal "newspaper" USA Today (the "Captain America Peeing" of newspapers) is onto the phenomenon:

I'd almost be tempted to compliment USA Today on its astute cultural criticism, if only they hadn't published this article just a couple months prior:

Though I suppose the ice cream is legitimately "artisan" since it comes from Portland, whereas the Domino's pizza is emphatically not.

Anyway, with "artisan" atop an increasingly lofty pile of words that have completely lost all meaning, along with others like "curate," "minimalist," and "dignity," at least one commenter believes "occupy" is now on its way to a similar fate:

Anonymous said...

It seems like now we just put the word "occupy" in front of whatever we're upset about. For instance in the image preceded by this comment: "And as for the competitors being able to fix a flat, while I did see this, I also saw no evidence that he completed the job successfully:" This is a great example of "OccupyFlatTire". There is little evidence of a plan for "change" (though his his wheel is off), but more importantly, it doesn't look like he'll be going anywhere soon.

October 27, 2011 12:04 AM

So is this true? Is "occupy" the new "nonplussed?" Have we officially branded and marketed our discontentment? Or is it simply shorthand for the unique brand of petulance we exhibit when our auto-fellating consumerist ways catch up with us? I don't know, but according to the New York Post (the periodical that consigned the word "newspaper" to the pile of meaningless words), in true 21st century fashion, Occupy Wall Street's "artisanal" cuisine has become so popular that there's now basically an "Occupy Occupy Wall Street" consisting of freeloaders:"

Ultimately though, this article really only proves one thing, which is that a newspaper owned by Rupert Murdoch will print anything that implies the protesters are hypocrites.

But can you blame us for being consumers and auto-fellators and freeloaders and soda-guzzlers? Modern life is confusing, and sometimes you just need a little retail therapy. And when it comes to cycling, sweet, sweet crabon is the sodee pop of bicycles. But what if you can't afford it? Well, just buy a bike with some moderate damage, like this one which was forwarded to me by a reader:

Scott Speedster 54 CM Carbon Fiber Road Bike - $200 (Medford,NJ)
Date: 2011-10-26, 3:55PM EDT
Reply to: [deleted]

I have a Scott Speedster 54 cm Road Bike that is a carbon fiber Frame and Fork. It has a waterbottle holder on it and the fork is still connected with the bearings and headset. Also comes with the front rim that is a alex rims race 28 pro with a scott hub. The bike was given to me and was ran over by my friends neighbor and has damage in 3 spots. But I know carbon fibre is repairable and this would be a good canidate. Asking $200. If interested please email me or text me at 856 524


Oh yeah, $200 is a bargain for that. Those scratches will buff right out.

It's a bicycle for the modern mind.

148 comments:

dcdouglas said...

podium?

Anonymous said...

What do I win?

Anonymous said...

et 3eme

boomerbaird said...

Crabon look duct tape should fix that right up. Besides, a fixie just gets pushed around on the sidewalk.

DL said...

Top te... oh, who gives a fuck.

RANTWICK said...

Crabon repair service! How may I help you?

Steven said...

now that is just too much "amurica" on one bike

hillier99 said...

Top 10!

I'm going to make sure I look around before taking a whizz in the future... Y'just never know who's looking.

occupipants said...

top ten bitches

Mcfly said...

I tried to get my brother to help me do the pee thing where he pushes on my butt whilst I wee but he said "Shouldn't we try it when we are on our bikes going down a backroad instead of here in Applebee's?". He is not a team player.

Dan said...

Actually, it has 2, yes 2 water bottle holders.. $200 is an exceptionally fair price.

Rob said...

occupynotbeingonthepodium.


meh

marshall said...

While I hate to be "that guy" but the Scott Speedster isn't a crabon bike at all (save the fork). Good old alloy tubing on that thing:

http://www.scott-sports.com/us_en/product/10052/55735/218118

OccupyCommentPage said...

This blog is getting old, can't we just scrap it and get a new one?

Kenny Banya said...

"...you can customize it and admire it underneath you while you do trackstands and go nowhere."

Gold Snobby, GOLD!

Anonymous said...

ERLY BIRD

BIKE TARD

jno62 said...

"big electronic clitoris"

Great name for a band.

Thanks Snobby.

Anonymous said...

"Also comes with the front rim ..."

When did people start calling a complete wheel a "rim" and why?

g said...

anon1134,
Right after they stopped calling it a "tire" and because they are idiots.

Anonymous said...

dear bike snob -
please advise me the best Imount for my G4s and my biranchi pissta, i want to be able to text while walking the bike to the coffee shop..
p.s i have riser bars

And then some guy said...

Professional Homeless People, unite!

Marcel Da Chump said...

"now I'm calling all citizens
from all over the world...
...this is Captain America"...
peeing?

Anonymous said...

You're all a bunch of PED using commenters! Out of the top 20? Cheaters...

Anonymous said...

Snob, you're hitting it hard today. INCITEFUL!

Anonymous said...

annon 1141 I am/ was annon1138 and I am using a 4800 baud dial up connection...

crosspalms said...

I'm old enough to remember when buying a sodee pop meant getting a bottle of Coke about the size of my hand (6 or 6 1/2 ounces). As serving sizes have doubled and tripled, it's no wonder we're a bunch of blimps.

Has Best Made rolled out a line of artisanal protest signs yet?

Occupy BSNYC said...

I am here and I am not leaving until the ultra rich WRM buys us all crapon fiber bikes.

Hairy-legged roadie said...

"We are a nation of visionaries, but we are also a nation of insatiable auto-fellators, and I suppose it's this contradiction that defines our national character."

For those unfamiliar with George Carlin: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sWYyYQTo5SU

Anonymous said...

FUCK YEAH

Anonymous said...

This blog is always good for a laugh, but today's entry was inspired. Well done.

db said...
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db said...

It's OK to diminish Steve Jobs' "boundless vision". A great marketer does not equal a genius.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/commentisfree/2011/oct/21/tanya-gold-steve-jobs-deification-apple?newsfeed=true

Or...

http://publicdisinterest.com/2011/10/15/a-dogshit-cake-with-really-lovely-frosting/

Anonymous said...

"I guess this PR company knows that people are actually more frightened of walking than they are of the prospect of losing their feet to diabetes"

Hammer meet nailhead.

Thanks Snob for that one!

Anonymous said...

If anyone has ever worked in a bike shop for a decent amount of time, you can tell that the Scott was not "run over by his friend's car". Look at the type of damage. It received severe front directional damage. What could have done that with out killing the guy? Having his bike up on his roof rack and driving into the garage without taking it off first. What a dumb ass.

Anonymous said...

db,

If there's a person or product you love, there's someone on the internet that has dedicated at least 10,000 words to explaining why said person/product totally sucks ass.

Feel free to use the google find links to some guy who hates WRM with a seething passion.



balls.

I am amused engine said...

" I guess this PR company knows that people are actually more frightened of walking than they are of the prospect of losing their feet to diabetes.

Fucking brilliant, more deep quotable quotes or imagonnakillyou.

Just joking.

ant1 said...

ant1st!

Terre Haute Karl said...

"Occupy ___" is the new "____gate"

ant1 said...

"canidate" seems more appropriate for a missed connections post.

Blog Drafter said...

You could have just said that America sucks (itself) and gotten right to the boob jokes.

Anonymous said...

ant1

You are losing your form!

Snobbie thanks for the inspired post. You are on a blog roll this week!

mikeweb said...

Interesting that "Captain America" rides a Fuji.

mikeweb said...

@anon 12:18'

That would also explain why the front 'rim' is the only one that survived. Probably a fork mount rack.

Paul Bowen said...

I love how Captain America-USA-USA-USA-USA-and so on's patriotism doesn't extend to his actual bicycle. Reminds me of dicks round here who express their boundless love for England by affixing a 50p St George's cross sticker to their £30k German vehicles. But back to the good Captain - three water bottles? Just how far is it possible to get from a tap in Seattle? No wonder he needed to slash.

le Correcteur said...

Great post today, WRC. Auto fellators indeed!

Anonymous said...

you're right, the protesters are hypocrites.

See Michael Moore (T.U.L.)

hold the mayo said...

@anon 11:34 am, ON JUNE 4th, 2006 so when my wife smacks a curb and gets brake rub she can ask me "Are you busy or can you give me a rim job? It's rubbin and I need you to make it better."

Anonymous said...

here in the land of the Epic burritoos, the Occupy movement is evolving more quickly than over there on Wallmart street. This is evinced by the recent violence and general breakdown of anything resembling a 'movement'...other than the recent 'movements' steaming in the morning sun.

Anonymous said...

Beavis & Butthead has new episodes

Esteemed Commenter DaddoOne said...

Is "occupy" the new "nonplussed?" Have we officially branded and marketed our discontentment? Or is it simply shorthand for the unique brand of petulance we exhibit when our auto-fellating consumerist ways catch up with us?...

...well, "it is what is".

Fistful of Coppi said...

I heart smug anti-car cyclists who treat their fucking iPhones like an umbilical cord/clitoris/feeding tube-- chose your analogy and scoff.

Steve Jobs DEFECATION ftw.

Anonymous Coward said...

Here is flyover land the local Occupiers were holding signs decrying "Corprate" greed. Apparently they too needed a bigger bicycle for "are" mind.

SPEL CHCK
CAPN PEEN
USLS WRDS
BRKN CRBN

Anonymous said...

Picture taken in Oakland yesterday after the breakdown:

http://www.spiegel.de/wirtschaft/soziales/0,1518,794443,00.html

Said picture could have a bike related meaning (in a bike snob context).

grog said...

Occupy Top 50!
SCOT BENT
MISS BABE

Willis Avenue Bridge said...

re: BX to Manhattan, given the overwhelming racism and ignorance of most "New Yorkers" (insert map of David Byrne's New York here _______), even implying they ** too ** can walk to the South Bronx-- land of very very VERY few white people who aren't firemen, cops, Lincoln Hospital doctors, social workers, truck drivers, teachers-- ** is ** sorta revolutionary.

Sorta.

JB said...

Let's play Where's Percy!

Anonymous said...

Actually, I don't miss my feet all that much.

JB said...

Re: broken Scott: The way the tubes are bent suggests that the fork was pushed back toward the BB.

Anonymous said...

@anon 1:27pm- I need TP for my bunghole.

Anonymous said...

Willis A. Bridge-

Crossing 110th is more of a leap of faith than a walk for a lot of people.

Anonymous said...

That's bent. Crabon fribe dizny bend. Not as advertised, m'lud.....

And it's bent enough not to trust the fork.

hey nonny mouse

g said...

JB,
Still could happen on a roof rack. If the front "tower" slipped, the rack would allow the fork to travel toward the rear wheel. Had a friend do that with a really nice bike. Ended up filing it with homeowners insurance and getting a new one. Not sure what that does to the premiums, though.

Marcel Da Chump said...

Seems like the OWS protesters draw the line
at the redistribution of food.

Unknown said...

I've seen Captain America many a time near downtown. Jolly fat man, he is.

Anonymous said...

more Peta Todd or Ima fucking occupy you!

Anonymous said...

wrong. the proper name for rims/tires/wheels are "round thingies". as in, my round thingie is a little low and needs to be pumped up. Or, i seem to have a hole in my round thingie. or my round thingie is bent adn needs to be straightened out. i kill me.

occupygate said...

The absence of Peta Todd and/or recumbabe is criminal!!!

Terre Haute Karl said...

AYHOMT

All You Haters Occupy My Taint

db said...

@Anon 12:29:

Thanks for explaining the World Wide Web to me. I thought that "World Wide" part was just more marketing hype.

Now then, what is this "google" you speak of?




balzac.

Are-thur Lee said...

We're all normal and we want are freedom

Nelson said...

More Useless Words:
anything-gate
Diva

bikesgonewild said...

..."You can use your computer to start a revolution, or you can use it to look at porn."...

...you say that like maybe one is more important than the other...

Emily said...

I recognize that peeing Captain America, he spends his time hanging out at Occupy Seattle riding on rollers. My friend took a photo of him there last week. He rides while surrounded by caution tape, a full size American flag, and multiple signs claiming he's ridden 32,392.2 miles.

You know... as a protest. Or something.

JB said...

g: I agree. Or maybe it could have been on the rack backward (rear wheel to front of car, front wheel removed) and been pushed from the rear wheel (which is now...missing) toward the headset, while the forks hung on to the rack. There are a lot of differnt ways that this frame has been reduced to scrap metal prices.

cyclotourist said...

"Don't buy upgrades, ride up grades."

-some Belgian guy

Red White and Wooho! said...

I think I'd wipe-out laughing if I ran into Capt. America on the road.

People are so fucking weird.

cyclotourist said...

UPGR ADES

bikesgonewild said...

...@jb...i tend to agree with you that the bike was mounted rear wheel to the front of the car...

...just seems logical...

...@mikeweb...your 'captain america on a fuji' observation was the first "laugh out loud" of the day...

ervgopwr said...

Snob, you missed an excellent opportunity to push your capitalist agenda and generate a book sale, because your computer/tool/porn analogy was used in your book. There are many other fine things in the book, but certainly not enough recumbabe or Peta. Maybe next edition?

80% Dork said...

Great post Snob. Comments section is seriously lacking in douchiness. Yawn.

Anonymous said...

Those first 7 paragraphs belong in the Library of Congress. Salute.

crosspalms said...

I was going to say something about Peeing Captain America and stream of consciousness, but instead I'll say that's the best description of USA Today I've ever read.

Artisanal Pain... said...

Skinsuit shrinkage! Three water bottles equals

studioe said...

Wishing for hand-crafted, artisan objects is nothing new. Look at craftsman architecture. It's the natural response to mass-produced crap.
It's no wonder many a business plan include the creation of faux-artisans.

studioe said...
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20% douche said...

How's this grab ya?

Anonymous said...

Grand mystery #22: How does a person with such poor writing skills get the money to purchase a Scott Speedster 54cm?

ant1 said...

anon 12:53 - i just got back from a long vacation. just need a little time to train.

Anonymous said...

The Scott bike is definitely worth $200 for the unique frame shape. You can't get that on a Rivendell!

JB said...

Anon @ 4:37: Yes, us rich people usually is smart.

--P. Hilton, Esq.

Armando said...

Bent carbon fibre?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z-q29hbEP04

Buy-cycle said...

If I didn't know any better, i'd say Captain America was foffing off. Top 93?

Bite Me Betty said...

Captain America - The Lone Wolf for losers.

Occupy (TM) said...

I am the 94.

Nebraska bike commuter (non-DWI edition) said...

Not sad at all that I'm too poor/cheap to jump on the iPhone/Android/Blackberry bandwagon.

Never much liked that smarmy-ass Jobs guy either. I know very few people who haven't had expensive hardware issues with their Apple computers, but that didn't matter to the "genius" as long as they looked cool. I prefer stuff that works.

wishiwasmerckx said...

Starting the leadout to the coveted 100th comment, and the important commenter bonus sprint points that accompany the same.

emmeline said...

Nice post and everything, but did you take a look at the Surly ad on the right side of your blog? What the fuck does a woman being muted by duct tape have anything to do with bicycles? Any why is she winking??

Andy said...

Funny post, but you blew it on Captain America. Alvin is a huge stud, and I see him riding everywhere in Seattle. I fully believe he has ridden 32,000+ miles this year, which might be a few more than most of us desk jockeys.

Simoni's hooligan said...

Occupythewestbank

BDP said...

South Bronx,
the South South Bronx

South Bronx
the South South Bronx

Slick Rick said...

the Fever
was the place

I was suppose to meet her

KRS One said...

looking for a star like mine

you can't find it

Vegas said...

Funny post, especially the part on Cap'n Duhmerica. I don't care how many miles he's ridden when he's that dorktastic. And I fully believe that more than most of us desk jockeys have put in way more time this year on our swivel chairs.

Burt Reynolds 531 said...

I would like an explanation of that Surly ad, too. It's been popping up there for quite a while, and I think it does not do much for Surly's image. Those stolid Midwesterners probably should not try to be edgy. It rarely works for them. They should stick with what they do best, which is supply bomb proof bikes to people who want a good ride but don't have huge wads of dough. Their smugness chariots are pretty awesome, too.

Anonymous said...

Hey Jackass maybe you should look at the USA kit and realize that not just anybody gets those. There were also no clever comments about all the matching colors and all of my sponsor stickers...not anyone gets that either.
At least I have the decency to piss on weeds and not look for a golden shower opportunity every time I need to twinkle!

skink said...

golden shower opportunity?

JDH said...

AYHPITW! All You Haters Piss In The Weeds!

self-obsessed and sexee said...

Never before have I witnessed
a guy refer to pissing
as "twinkle".


Women, all the time--"twinkle".

PawnShop said...

We've been too quick to dismiss Andy Schleck as Peta Todd's baby daddy. Sure, all the wind tunnel work on earth wouldn't help the guy, but there are no facts in evidence to suggest - in this instance - that successful fertilization is a race against the clock. And it's inarguable that there are a couple of Hors cat├ęgorie climbs involved. If the kid pops out with a polka-dot complexion, paternity is settled.

Anonymous said...

Is someone calling out the snob as a golden shower opportunist?

Anonymous said...

EOGS...equal golden showers like Mr. Roper or Mr. Furley , Big Bird and Mr. Snuffaluffagus?

Alan S said...

An excellent review of (crabon) Carbon Frame repair shops came out this month at Velonews

http://velonews.competitor.com/2011/10/bikes-and-tech/carbon-repair-options-for-repairing-carbon-bike-frames_196178

leroy said...

My dog claims that the financial crisis was caused because Wall Street was preoccupied.

He also claims intellectual superiority because he's figured out how to get away with peeing on weeds and licking himself in public and Wall Street executives haven't.

He may have a point.

leroy said...

Paul Bowen --

I told my dog I'd never heard it referred to as having to "slash."

He told me that explains the phrase "slash and burn."

Anonymous said...

"I cringed every time I came across it. First of all, the bicycle he was talking about was a recumbent"

You have been sitting on your prostate too long!

the Scooter said...

Holy Cow!

Unbelievable ballgame.

Potty Mouth said...

Slash? Twinkle? My, I seem to be way behind in my pissing euphemisms.

Surely he meant "tinkle," though I've never heard anyone say that in person either. It was common on TV, in places like Family Feud way back when I watched TV.

Just think of all the abuse we'd be heaping on Captain America if not for his 39,000 miles.

Anonymous said...

Maybe you are all just a bunch of wussies?

I like Captain America.
I would piss on the weeds or, rather I do piss on the weeds.

This sounds like West Coast Cool Cats vs East Coast Wussies.

Anonymous said...

Hah...looks like a twinkle.

I'm scared said...

Hey you west coast tough guys, careful what weeds you pee on. Christ, it's no wonder the weed in Seattle is so lousy. It's got awful coffee piss in it.

Anonymous said...

What if Andy at 7:44 is correct?

What if this is David Zabriski's father?

What if twinkle is a new eye cream?

What if twinkle is made from pure Jizz?

What if there are major secrets of the chode, taint, conch that are passed between generations?

What if kung fu movies and big mustaches are really all about putting the man down?

snob?

Anonymous said...

Wet coast

Anonymous said...

So true. I have been rubbing my nuts with his secret mind control sauce for a long time.

Time for answers 'makes my my nuts feel like an alpine meadow cream' dood!

-sPike

Anonymous said...

Someone should be flipping grilled cheese at the nearest occupancy fest in Eugene waiting for the Grateful Dead to re-awake or Phish to reunite.

Sometimes I wish outcasts from the east wouldnt fuck up the west!

Take your Philly cheese and stuff it!

What The Hell Man said...

Phish broke up?

Comment Not Deleted said...

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ridethewomble said...

Oh, my goodness, Snob. I may have just read the greatest troll of a mailing list, ever. I'm not sure; the guy may be as earnest and guileless as everybody else on the list. Background - the Yahoo group "roots radicals" is a cargo bike/Big Dummy/Extracycle mailing list. Kirk asks,

"Any hunters going car free to eat organic? Any tips for packing gear in and game out?"

If I were you, I'd watch this one. The posts will write themselves!

ridethewomble said...

RTMS - Here's the link to the Roots Radicals Yahoo group.

Anonymous said...

When Captain Fujimerica farts, it sounds like firecrackers and smells like wasabi apple pie.

Twinkle Twinkle Little Star said...

@leroy

Did you arrange a canidate for your dog? That may explain the burning.

ladymtbiker said...

Hey Emmaline-- glad you posted about this. I have noticed it but failed to work up enough of a head of steam to say anything. I just emailed Surly. Here is an excerpt:

We (women cyclists) have a hard enough time, with frequently condescending bike shop guys, dealing with the "shrink and pink" trends in bike and clothing design, and searching out our own supportive and developmental communities of riders. I'm not saying that your ad brings this process to a screeching halt, or that it does violence to women everywhere, but it is tiresome, irritating and unnecessary. How about help us out by coming up with a different edgy, clever ad?

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Anonymous said...

Bullying is real and it huts

Commenting negative about something you know absolutely nothing about Captain America

Bullying is real and it huts

Anonymous said...

True; the Internet is open for anyone to share their pics and posts to the world and for others to comment. But don't you think for a second we should consider we may be crossing the line of bullying in some form or another. I AM CONFIDENT THAT YOU AGREE; THAT WE AS A PEOPLE NEED TO STOP, SPEND LESS TIME JUDGING SOMETHING WE KNOW ABSOLUTELY NOTHING ABOUT AND MORE TIME LOVING OUR BROTHERS AND SISTERS WE SEE AND DON'T SEE EVERYDAY. IF YOU CHOOSE NOT TO THAN YOU ARE LABELED AS A BULLY. FACT:
"FRIENDS DON’T LET FRIENDS BULLY"
It’s obvious you hate me
It’s obvious you despise me
It’s obvious you have nothing else better to do with your time than to try to discredit my name and judge me in something you know absolutely noting about
Why do you you take grate pride and joy in bullying me
You don’t even know me
From: USA

Anonymous said...

Bullying is real and it hurts

like this webpage, It happens to me everyday

Everyone commenting negative about something you know absolutely nothing about "Captain America"

Bullying is real
IT HURTS
PLEASE STOP

Would you all be happier if I just committed suicide and killed myself because of your bullying or would you also blame that on the picture?

Anonymous said...

Bullying is real and it hurts

like this webpage, It happens to me everyday

Everyone commenting negative about something you know absolutely nothing about "Captain America"

Would you all be happier if I just committed suicide and killed myself because of your bullying or would you also blame that on the picture?

Bullying is real
IT HURTS
PLEASE STOP

Anonymous said...

I won't let you win and this why
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U_g9o9_bW6k

Sincerely,
Mr. USA

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