Wednesday, November 30, 2011

#OccupyFail: Princeton students demonstrate self-awareness 

If self-awareness is a sign of maturity, then otherwise liberal Princeton undergrads are well on their way.

Protesters participating in the Occupy the Highway march from New York to Washington nearly clashed last night with a group of high-school and college students at a bar in Princeton, N.J.

The confrontation began after Princeton student Whitney Blodgett started to yell at the marchers as they passed by the bar. “We’re the 1 percent!” Blodgett yelled at them, laughing and making a thumbs up sign. “Get a job!” his friends yelled in chorus....

When the marchers arrived in New Brunswick, N.J. on Thursday, nearly 100 people turned out to support them as they assembled at Rutgers University. At Princeton, only one person, a female freshman student, came out in support.

"Only one person, a female freshman student, came out in support"?! Makes the beating heart of this old Tiger burst with pride.


By Anonymous Anonymous, at Wed Nov 30, 05:24:00 PM:

You'll be equally happy to hear that Whitney is a L'Ville grad.  

By Anonymous tyree, at Thu Dec 01, 12:42:00 AM:


By Anonymous E Hines, at Thu Dec 01, 11:40:00 AM:

A whole hundred from Rutgers? That doesn't sound very impressive....

Eric Hines  

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