NEW YORK CITY - The colloquial term infamously used during the global recession is now being applied to the incumbent revolutionary, Occupy Wall St.
This means, essentially, that the entire revolution is so interconnected via social network that its failure will be disastrous for the economy and Facebook and Twitter respectively.
Thus far there seems to be a consensus among middle-aged internet analysts who believe that Facebook and Twitter could easily lose tens of millions of its members to Google+ and Myspace if governments of the world do not fulfill the demands of the occupiers.
Larry page, co-founder of Google, does hope that Wall St. learns their lessons of the day but he also told us that he adamantly believes that governments should never interfere in the market especially if it precludes the opportunity to watch his rivals, Facebook and Twitter, fall head-first. Larry also believes knocking on stone rather than wood because it doesn't burn.
Occupiers are not asking for much contrary to popular belief. They simply want to stay alive via Wall St. bonuses, and utilize a vacation package on an all inclusive 7-night stay at The Bahamas.
Meanwhile, in other news, the Tea Party still remains too small to be recognized.