The bottom 99% of people on the income bracket rightfully protesting the top 1% getting more money than they deserve.
The richest people in the world (e.g. bankers, CEOs, media moguls, so called "job creators") don't actually work. They have other people work for them. They rake in millions of dollars while the people doing the actual work have to deal with lower pay and higher taxes.
And then the rich folks spend their unearned money on politicians, essentially controlling congress (both Republicans and Democrats). As a result, congress is happy to bail out these people when their businesses start losing money with cash out of the taxpayer's pocket. Not to mention the tax cuts doled out to these billionaires (started by Bush, extended by Obama). That is exactly what OWS is protesting.
Occupy Wall Street is one of the few glimmers of hope as the USA descends further into debt.
Let's have a show of hands. Thumbs up if you support the movement.
A video game review site, characterized by biased, poorly written reviews. Worships any new Call of Duty game that comes out, and gives games they don't like (RTS games, adventure games without guns and shooting, any game exclusively for PC or PS3) bad ratings just as an attempt to please their dark overlords, Microsoft, EA, and Activision.
Plus, it is owned by News Corporation (Does FOX News and Rupert Murdoch ring a bell?)
IGN is to the video game industry what the RIAA is to the music industry.
An online term used on video game threads to tell someone to quit the game they are complaining about, because they are stupid or unskilled.
Originated from the RTS Warcraft, where pressing alt-QQ would immediately quit the game if they were getting pwned.
Unfortunately, some people mistake it for "cry more noob" because supposedly QQ resembles a crying face.
Noob: OMG PLEAse take oUt this gun it iS SOOOO overpowerd
Poster: QQ more noob. It is not overpowered, you just suck. Maybe that's why you keep getting pwned by it.