Mizzou Students for Social Justice! Committed to the cause, no matter what!
Due to inclement weather, the march has been cancelled. #ConceredStudent1950
— ConcernedStudent1950 (@CS_1950) November 11, 2015
Is that perfect or is that perfect?
@seanmdav Cancelled for shitty weather?
— Chris Hynes (@realchrishynes) November 11, 2015
You’re darn right!
@CS_1950 will milk and cookies still be served?
— Bilford Wrimley (@Bilford_Wrimley) November 11, 2015
We sincerely hope so.
@sarahbellumd Fight for justice! Once the skies clear.
— Anthony Bialy (@AnthonyBialy) November 11, 2015
— Dan Isett (@DanIsett) November 11, 2015
WE WILL MARCH. Unless we're slightly uncomfortable. https://t.co/yE7iBZQUXo
— Erin Go Bragh (@deafhurricane) November 11, 2015
— Wright (@WrightBrunoS) November 11, 2015
well, we can take some comfort in knowing that the revolution won't happen if there is mildly unpleasant weather
— David Harsanyi (@davidharsanyi) November 11, 2015
@CS_1950 Don't have the courage of your convictions?
— Cary Fries (@caryjfries) November 11, 2015
— Cameron Gray (@Cameron_Gray) November 12, 2015
✊✊ FIGHT THE POWER! ✊✊ *
(*Weather permitting) https://t.co/IAtoNXzQGo
— Kimberly (@conkc2) November 11, 2015
— Michael Deppisch (@deppisch) November 11, 2015
"Back to the safe space, folks. It's raining" https://t.co/4o1ALy84Lq
— Sean Agnew (@seanagnew) November 11, 2015
A complaint against Weather for failing to provide an adequate Dry Space is undoubtedly forthcoming https://t.co/FDrNUWJBMQ
— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) November 11, 2015
It’s inevitable, really. But also totally understandable. After all:
.@CS_1950 You’re laughable.
But hey, Occupy sat through all that crap weather and accomplished nothing so maybe this is a good call.
— Ed Van Tassell™ (@EdVanTassell) November 11, 2015
@CS_1950 Misspelled hashtags. Millionaires on hunger strike. Marches quashed by moisture. The struggle is real.
— Bohemio (@El__Bohemio) November 11, 2015
A word of advice to all the “concerned students” out there:
@CS_1950 there's a spelling mistake in your hashtag. Maybe spend more time studying…
— Kevin Craig (@KeviKev10) November 11, 2015