I posted this in one of the OWS threads and feel it is appropriate here too.
The problem with these idiot kids is that they were raised in the era where everyone got a trophy, just for participating. Now they try to enter the workforce and wonder why the guy that got better grades gets the job and all they have to say is "Hey, I participated too, where is my job".
In my day you were only recognized if you were in the top of whatever you participated in. This taught me that in order to be recognized I had to be better than everyone else and I strived to be the best I could at what ever it was (I like recognition). These idiots think that it's OK just to have been there and they deserve something just for that.
The parents, teachers, and administrators that fostered this "everyone is great" paradigm should all be ashamed of themselves for the weak attitudes that are so obvious in OWS.