Is This a Thing?

Posted on February 15, 2013 9:00 am

“Atlas Shrugged” is a book about producers who stop working because they didn’t want to pay for the parasites of the world anymore.

But there are other people who drop out of the work force.

Lazy bastards who just want to live off their parents or the government because they’re too unambitious to make their own way in the world.

Call it “Atlas Slacked”.

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8 Responses to “Is This a Thing?”

  1. Jimmy says:

    “Is this a thing?”

    “Let us redefine “progress” to mean that just because we can do a thing, it does not necessarily follow that we must do that thing.”

    +10 points if you can name the movie.

  2. plentyobailouts says:

    Since the gop has made us all mexicans now, we can’t say score, we must use GOOOOOOAAAAAAALLL!

  3. viking says:

    Star Trek VI

  4. Jimmy says:

    +10 and Bacon! for the fellow viking.

  5. Son of Bob says:

    And, apparently these days they’re then elected president.

  6. Keln says:

    Atlas held the world on his shoulders…like the makers and producers do. I wouldn’t associate the name Atlas with slackers and deadbeats.

    Instead I would use Aergia, the goddess of sloth and laziness.

    Aergia Slacked

  7. Bunkerhillbilly says:

    Lazy bastards who just want to live off their parents or the government because they’re too unambitious to make their own way in the world

    Or…in the case of Jesse Jackson Jr., sponging off of campaign comtributions and living pimp-stylee surrounded by Eddie Van Halen guitars and a Michael Jackson fedora that he spent $4,000 to get. (Then again, didn’t he want to buy a pharaonic chariot or some such thing do deliver him to his swearing-in ceremony?)

  8. Groucho says:

    I thought it was called “Democrats voted”

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