As a FB friend described it, "Basically, it all boiled down to 'My anti-establishment lifestyle choices are better than your mainstream lifestyle choices.' Even anti-consumerism (at least as represented here) is a form of consumerism."
My favorite quotes in the post:
Concerning the "anonymous" masks -
But I’ve always wondered this: How hypocritical is it to wear a plastic toy, designed and licensed by the Warner Brothers corporation, and manufactured in a polluting slave-labor Chinese factory, to advertise a mainstream Hollywood film, starring overpaid actors, the profits from which will go to corporate shareholders, and yet you think that by doing this you’re somehow anti-capitalist and anti-authoritarian?Concerning the kids in Wobblies gear -
Other lefty fads popular this month in San Francisco, for all you trend-watchers: Adolescent middle-class anarchists who have never labored a day in their lives sporting “IWW” badges as if they even qualified as “workers” at all, much less “industrial workers.” What would a real Wobbly from the early 20th century think of these softies?
The photo of the hippie yoga session was the, uh, "best" part.