No one's happier to see the Occupy Wall Street movement than me. I've been predicting this and wanting this for so long. I think Wall Street is inflated b#llsh*t that sucks money out of the United States. Then other cities got involved. Finally, the majority is showing that it's fed up with the distribution of wealth in this country. We blame the rich, mainly because its a recession and they have money and we don't. Which flat out sucks. My only worry with the Occupy movement is that its not enough. Protesting sends a message but the 1% probably really doesn't mind it too much. I think maybe if certain people got labeled as 1% it would start bothering them. Say like Oprah or Jennifer Aniston or Bill Gates or Mark Zuckerberg. Soon there maybe a slang word for them. Onef%cks sounds good. However, that's a little mean and petty – though that doesn't stop it from being how its going to go down. The point of this article though is to wonder. Should we start boycotting the 1%? You see, the 1% only has power because we give them power and their power is tenuous at that. A lot of 1%er's or Onef%cks spend their money really poorly. When the NBA had its last labor strike, so many of the players were living paycheck to paycheck that they easily folded once things lasted so long (a practice Stern seems intent on using again). We've all heard about their lavish lifestyles. Start boycotting them and those lifestyles go away, and fast, since a lot of them are extended on credit and don't retain resale value. Boycotting the 1% would be tough though. It'd mean no more watching network television (some cable would be OK – maybe, maybe not), no more going to the movies to watch big blockbusters (little Indies are fine, they're not made by the 1%), no huge music stars (again, only indies), no more professional sports (minor leagues are OK), no shopping at Wallmart, no buying Macs, don't buy a new car, buy a used one, conserve gasoline, don't eat name brand food, don't shop at amazon.com (buy it from a local independent dealer), bank at a credit union, drop out of really expensive college to go to a jc or state school......the list goes on and on, and somethings are in a grey zone. Difficult I know, and I don't really see this happening massively all across the US. But it is a for sure way to get the 1%'s attention. Protesting looks cool – but money is something they really care about. As long as they're able to control our spending, they control us. I know that some people work for 1% companies and individuals and by not spending on those products or services those companies would be put in danger and they would in turn lose their jobs. However, the money doesn't just get burned. By spending elsewhere, you'd create jobs elsewhere and since so much of the money wasn't going in 1 man or woman's pocket, there would be more jobs in general. By supporting independent and small businesses we would take away a huge amount of power from the 1%. Change would happen hard and fast.