Skip to comments.Michael Moore Occupies Denver
Posted on 11/03/2011 10:27:59 PM PDT by invaderzim
I went down to Occupy Denver late Thursday afternoon to hear Michael Moore address the occupiers.
When I arrived I walked smack dab into two occupiers fighting over pot. That was entertaining for a moment.
At any there is audio of his time there on the Hear Us Now website if you're interested.
Kelly Maher of Who Said, You Said shuld have video up some time Friday afternoon.
Half of his rear end would be sagging clear down to New Mexico.
Are there still Krispy Kremes in Denver? Most of them went out of business in Illinois.
“Michael Moore Occupies Denver”
What did he do, sit on the city? He’s big enough.
And while doing so, Michael Moore’s second chin occupied Colorado Springs.
I’d like to see that sack of shit full of nickels.
isnt moore a 1 percenter?
If it was a pot of chilli they wouldn't have stood a chance against Moore.
He needs to occupy a Gym and some slim fast then get a class on the US Constitution and history!
There’s a sign in Empire, Colorado that reads:
“Occupy Empire. We don’t know what we want but we aren’t leaving until we get it.”
When it says Moore invades Denver my mind goes directly to the Stay-Puff Marshmallow man in Ghostbusters.
No. He's a 99 percenter.
99% body fat.
That is excellent!
One of the TV stations asked him if he wasn’t a 1%’er.
He didn’t care for the question.
And he's big enough to do it!
Isn’t “squashes” the more appropriate verb?
Moore’s so fat, when he sits around the house, he sits AROUND the house.
He could occupy about half of Colorado all by himself and cause a famine too.
Fatty boy millionaire has some carbon footprint flying around in that gas guzzler he owns. Must have to plant forests everytime he takes off. Is he on the wookie diet or is he a hippo-cryt on this to
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