Archive for the ‘Activists’ Category

Which Speaker You Find More Annoying Says a Lot About You as a Person

Environmentalist with clipboard: Excuse me, do you have a minute to help save the environment?
Woman in suit: I’m sorry, I already saved the children this morning and then told the Democratic Party to go fuck themselves three blocks ago, so no, I don’t have time to save the environment today. Maybe tomorrow, hippie. –Broadway & Bond Overheard by: Betty Noir

Said the Grasshopper to the Ant

Guy with clipboard: Hey there! Do you have a minute for gay rights?
Gay dude: Every minute of my life is for gay rights.
Guy with clipboard: Are you aware that there are people in Washington trying to take your rights away?
Gay dude: No shit! That's not news! Leave me alone! –16th St & 5th Ave Overheard by: mille shayntwright

Wednesday One-Liners Like the Moon

Overweight geeky lunatic protester: The perpetual battery will last longer than any of us! The perpetual battery is the answer to all of our energy problems! It will draw its power from the very vacuum of space! –Union Square South Overheard by: Percival Crazy old guy with beard and hat with lots of buttons: Where is the moon? Where is the moon, where is the galaxy? Have you ever seen Men in Black? It's all about the galaxy. The earth is beneath Columbus Circle. The moon is at 64th and Central Park West. If you had to suspend reality, how would you do it? –Uptown 2 Train Overheard by: Jingles Professor: Has anybody ever seen a solar eclipse? Anybody, anybody? (silence) No? Well, maybe we were all inside on Facebook when it happened… –St. John's University, Staten Island Overheard by: Andrea Visiting professor, explaining "word salad": Cream cheese to the moon mother, fuckers! –Columbia University Overheard by: Molly Moo Obviously sober guy: I know Vikings eat ham, but what about Saturn? –Rotating Cube Sculpture, Astor Place Blonde: You cannot eat in space! It sucks you in. –Union Square Crazy bag man with hat full of buttons: Where's the moon, where's the moon? If the globe on Columbus Cirlce is the earth, the moon is on 63rd Street West. That is a test of spatial ree-al-uh-tee. How well did you do? –Uptown 3 Train, Brooklyn Overheard by: Les Izzmore