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Forum Post: If the Occupy Movement were a tree what kind of tree would it be?

Posted 12 years ago on Jan. 27, 2012, 10:15 a.m. EST by pedro01 (1)
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i'm thinking any tree that produces nuts, your thoughts? -- Mexican-Americans against left wing America haters.



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[-] 3 points by Gillian (1842) 12 years ago

Acer Rubrum ' October Glory' aka October Glory Red Maple A popular and fast growing tall tree with illuminating fall color, reliability, long-living, strong branching that resists breakage, requires little to no supervision in the landscape.

[-] -2 points by pedro01 (1) 12 years ago

Does it make good lumber? i'd like to cut one down and make a house out of it.

[-] 2 points by Gillian (1842) 12 years ago

Well Pedro you can always take one back to Mexico and grow one in a short time, chop it down, and build a strong new house. Wouldn't that be more thoughtful to help your own native country to get on it's feet rather than wasting your valuable life tearing down beautiful America?

[-] -1 points by pedro01 (1) 12 years ago

My family has been here since 1860, you liberals are racist.

[-] 2 points by Gillian (1842) 12 years ago

Wow, you're really old and sounds like maybe you have cognitive issues. Have you seen a doctor lately?

[-] -1 points by pedro01 (1) 12 years ago

By family i mean ancestors. I forgot that i'm talking to a racist liberal (IQ check).

[-] 2 points by Gillian (1842) 12 years ago

How do you justify your statements that liberals or OWSers are racist in the USA . Are you aware that closet racists accuse others of being the very thing that they are? Many people who dislike themselves project their own image on others. As a friend who also hates racism, may I suggest to you that your time would be better spent attacking the real racists in this country...those who have white sheets hanging in their (congressional) closets.

[-] 0 points by pedro01 (1) 12 years ago

I was calling you racist for telling me to go back to Mexico. Liberals don't think any black or mexican americans who are conservative are real people.

[-] 2 points by Gillian (1842) 12 years ago

I am a humanitarian who believes that no matter where we live, we should honor our native country by returning and giving back at some point. Especially those who have achieved greatness due to this great land of opportunity. We should also give back to our current country who has allowed us to live here by honoring those who protect our rights, our freedoms and the ability to pursue happiness, health and financial security. It was you Pedro who seemed to have interpreted my comment as racist due to an excessive racist mindset that causes you to see only the bad in anything that anyone says.

[-] 1 points by pedro01 (1) 12 years ago

the U.S. is my native country. do you want me to wear a sombrero and eat beans and rice to fit your racist views?

[-] 1 points by Gillian (1842) 12 years ago

I don't care what you wear or eat. I believe that people should have the right to be and look anyway they choose. My concerns relate more to helping other people in need around the world. I work to provide housing, safe and nutritious food or the ability to grow food/farm, and to provide access to quality education. I've done work in Nyarit Mexico by the way to help the coffee farmers sustain their farms. Have you ever been there? It's beautiful.


[-] 2 points by Renaye (522) 12 years ago

Melaleuca Tree ~ so invasive it takes over, and its medicinal qualities cures A LOT of ills.

[-] 1 points by TruthRightsFreedom (259) 12 years ago


[-] 1 points by ineptcongress (648) 12 years ago

thank you pedro--the nut comment is hilarious:) so too are those re: dead and sap--OWS has lost steam because it lacks purpose and threw out the declaration.


[-] 0 points by Obummer (-16) 12 years ago

It would be a hollow stump

[-] 0 points by Socrate (28) 12 years ago

A vine. It produces wonderful wine in the summer, then pretty much dies during winter. Hopefully, we'll see it live again in a few months.


[-] -1 points by kingscrossection (1203) 12 years ago

It would be a rape tree. Invading slowly into Southern Arizona. It is the producer of the rape fruit which lures animals in to carry its seed to continue to invade.

[-] -1 points by slizzo (-96) 12 years ago

a dead tree


[-] -2 points by eyeofthetiger (304) 12 years ago

probably a sap