Should the Wall Street protesters, stop complaining about it, and be about it?
If you choose to wake up day after day with the rooster, drag yourself to an assembly line, cubicle, etc, and slave away hours on end for a check every two weeks do you really have room to gripe. It is like a team that never practice complaining because they got mopped in a route by the better team. Not all the wealthy people got there because they were born of a multimillion-dollar coochie. Many took big risk, made bold moves and it paid off. They didn’t settle for a 9–5 job ( J ust O ver B oke ), or swimming in a sea of mediocrity, they went out to do extraordinary things.
Why don’t they try spent the time they are using waving banners, chanting slogans, etc, and used it to plan their own wise or bold moves? Would it be better for them to try and copy the efforts of those they are made at instead of being mad at those that did?