I'm proud of my country right now, it's about time that everyone stood together to peacefully protest. It's been a very depressing period for us in our twenties and thirties, but it's becoming exciting again. I remember graduating in 2005, and getting a job straight out of school, then quitting after three days. It was hard labor, and I've always been a big wimp[I would kill for that job now]. The following week I moved to a new town, and got a job as a medical software technician. It was great for awhile, and I learned a lot, but in all honesty I wasn't mature enough to have that much responsibility. About two weeks later I got another job at Circuit City, and up until 2008 I never had trouble finding work. The point of my little tangent is that for the past three years I haven't even had an interview, and I now have a son to raise. America took a nose dive and has only gotten worse from there. It's time for people to stand up for our rights, and demand action.
Bo Diddley's son arrested for protesting in park named after his father @ Occupy Gainsville