Skip to comments.Wanted: theme song suggestions for the Occupy Wall Street/"fleabagger" movement
Posted on 10/16/2011 7:41:28 AM PDT by ETL
Here are a couple of my suggestions...
(ooh) That Smell -- Lynyrd Skynyrd: http://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=%22+that+smell%22&aq=f
Funkytown - Lipps Inc: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=liuCTk2nPG8
“Heil Myself” - The Producers
Friggin lame street liberal-left snooze media is bending over backwards trying to glorify and promote this anti-Capitalist, PRO-Communist movement.
Thanks for the reminder of how horribly bad the music of today is. :)
Re: Adam & Eve, The Gay Version
"Red Flags in the Sunset"
"East Side, West Side, All Around the Clowns"
"My Red Heaven"
"Tip Toe Through the Garbage With Me"
"The Old Gay Mayor"
"Don't Fence Us Out"
"I'm Looking at the World with Rose-Colored Asses"
I suggest the Tom Corbett Space Cadet theme song. It speaks of space cadets going to far-flung stars of outer space. They are space cadets training to be, ready for dangers they may face. It speaks of them going faster and faster when they give her the gun. On Youtube, it is titled
Tom Corbett “Space Academy Song”.
Get a Haircut and Get a Real Job.
Sharing is Caring
-Barney the Dinosaur-
“Someone who’ll watch over me!”
“Love Is Infectious and I was a Victim” Tod Lungren
"I don't want to work
I want to bang on the drum all day
Todd Rundgren - Bang on the Drum All Day:
This has been a nightmare, said Brian Summers, who lives near Zuccotti Park.
Summers said those trying to force corporations to become better corporate citizens should learn to be better citizens themselves.
It makes us feel horrible. We work down here, we live down here, said Summers.
Drums are played each and every day. The noise registers as 117 on a decibel meter.
According to the federal government, regular exposure to 110 decibels can lead to permanent hearing loss.
From blocks away, it might not be physically harmful, but neighbors say it's damaging lives.
We support the message, and a lot of residents do, but they also want to have a good night sleep, said Manhattan City Councilmember Margaret Chin.
Local officials have been swamped with neighborhood complaints.
That's why they invited protesters to hear them firsthand at a Community Board 1 meeting Thursday.
Besides the noise problem, residents say protesters are pouring urine in the streets.
Our neighbors do not urinate and defecate in the street. These occupiers need to vacate our neighborhood, said one resident.
(Excerpt) Read more at ny1.com ...
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