The Cardinals seem to have a knack for sending series to a decisive game. Of the 17 previous Cardinals World Series appearances, 10 have gone to game seven. Not surprisingly, the Redbirds won seven of those game sevens and from the mid-forties to 1987, all seven World Series appearances were decided in game seven. That’s a whole lot of sevens.
If you want to go to the protests, but you’re too lazy (or unintelligent) to write your own clever sign, here are a few ideas for you to choose from, free of charge. Many are sarcastic, but they’ll all make you look like the smartest person at the protest. Which, let’s be honest, is the real goal.
Put people to work. Unless machines can do it cheaper.
Healthcare for the rich.
Factories make better food than farmers.
We love Jesus so much we cut welfare, medicare and social security.
One corporation, under greed, too big to fail, with liberty and justice for the rich.
Use tomorrow’s resources today.
This is not class warfare. It’s math. —President Obama.
Politics can’t do what people can.
Collaboration beats competition.
Medicine is a luxury, not a right.
Big business. Small minds.
Tax the future, not the rich.
Corporations are more important than people.
Marriage is between a CEO and a Senator.
Science is a theory.
[picture of Perry, Bachmann, Palin] Proof we aren’t evolving.
Why are we voting every 4 years instead of every 4 minutes?
GVT is a DIY project.
Build trains. Not highways.
CORPORATION is an American word for GREED.
Star spangled banter.
We grow up idolizing war heroes, athletes, actors, CEOs and politicians and wonder why we’re an aggressive, violent, superficial, greedy and self-seeking society.