In case you missed it, this was the scene at #occupycortland headquarters last night, a little after midnight.
PHOTO: Telstar Logistics
Protesting in person is so, I dunno, old media.
We’re more likely to occupy via Facebook, Twitter, or, perhaps, this blog, no?
This hurts my brain. Why would anyone occupy cortland? It is the opposite of the … Ohhhh i get it now. Your point exactly. If we DID Occupy cortland, what would that mean? Boo to local small business? Or yay?
It would mean that we were showing up in silent, peaceful protest and taking up space, “occupying” our neighborhood in a symbolic, physical form. I think it would be great if people started bringing occupation to their hoods. I think we already do that in Bernal, tho. Couldn’t hurt to do it more. This totally cracked me up tho!
Wow!! I’m shocked that there weren’t tear gas canisters being tossed to control that unruly crowd! :P
You can’t see it in the photo, but I was wearing a respirator.
whoa, what a concept bldxyz — Occupy Facebook!
Well there are all those evil bankers behind the Bernal Bucks “currency.”
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