This is justly all over the web, but it would be a shame if you, personally, did not witness the breakup of New York University's student revolution in all its embarrassing glory.
For those unaware, student demonstrators and "outside agitators" recently took over a cafeteria at NYU, barricading themselves into the place until their demands for social justice, workers' rights, and the reconstruction of Gaza were met. The affair ended in farce, as polite administrators and school security casually, and gently, removed the barricades over the objections of the screaming, utterly ineffectual, and comically inept demonstrators. The only similarity between NYU and Port Huron is that Jeff Lebowski was probably present at both events.
Highlights include the NYU cameraman shouting, "You may not use brutality, you are on camera!" to security personnel as they are walking away from him (and later turn a camera on him), his patronizing question, "We are engaged in a process of democratic consensus. Do you understand what that means?", references to non-existent TASERs as "Devices of force! Devices of force!" and his explanation that his oppressors probably drink "corporate water."
I also quited enjoyed his calling every piece of technology in sight a "MacBook" as though it never occurred to him that some electronic devices aren't made by Apple.
This video is truly pathetic, and deserving of the viral status that it is already beginning to enjoy.