NEW YORK CITY - In an unprecedented gesture, protestors whom have been dedicating their time, treasure, and Twitter pages for the last several months to voicing their incoherent messages to Wall St. bankers, American politicians, and in-laws have decided to step away from their tents and allow the early Nor'Easter flurry slash snow storm to pass by.
One protester, whose beach chair was buried under 30 centimeters of snow, argued that the fight is not over until sub zero temperatures overtook their American will. Another protester suggested if an Occupy Wall St. candidate took office they would need to ensure that snow would never hinder their protests again and that they had the political will and capital to redirect mother nature's snow in order to continue to live in affordable shacks in Manhattan's Zuccotti Park, the site of the Occupy Wall St. site.
Herman Cain, who always seems to be at the right place at the right time to voice his Jersey Shore's 'Mike the Situation opinion' stated that 'most Americans just want to listen to techno and be left alone.' He added that nothing is more precious than techno and pizza.
However, not everyone wants to be left alone. One dissident has written poem after poem expressing their great dissent about the cleanliness of the hot dog buns and shish kabob sticks at the corner stand as they wait until someone else's food stand provides better food that hopefully includes toasted bread with real hot mustard.
Bankers themselves have enjoyed the publicity they have received, including the mid-quarter bonuses they earn by enduring the name-calling at the Zucotti Park as they pass by and hop in their custom made Bentley cars. Toasted hot dog buns await them in their car when requested.
No one knows how much longer this American Spring will last but the White House and GOP contenders are hoping to obtain all of their necessary votes needed to win, while incumbent New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg enjoys some peace and quiet while the storm passes by.
Although, Bloomberg has laughed last as he ordered the tents left behind due to the unexpected flurry storm to be disposed in the Hudson River, protesters are considering outsourcing their park spaces to people who are accustomed to dealing with 35 degrees cold weather, namely, the Canadians.