Mark Gruelle realized one morning that fewer than 1% of Stanford students were in the Occupy Stanford movement, so he decided to protest, representing the 99% of Stanford students who think the Occupy Stanford is stupid.

He got even less people to join his Occupy Occupy Stanford movement, leading Mary Quiggs to form a protest occupying the less than 1 % of students who were occupying the original occupiers.

But she got even less people, so Jon Burnam got a group of people to protest in the name of the 99% who still hadn’t become involved in any Occupy protest whatsoever to occupy the occupiers of those who had occupied the original occupiers.

Ultimately, fifteen really dirty half-naked kids ended up chasing each other in circles with home-made occupation flags.

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