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  1. #1 Great News: Wall Street Occupiers Plan to Stay Until at Least 2025 
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    Nearly two months into the so-called “occupation” that the whole world is watching and laughing at, organizers of Occupy Wall Street claim they’ll now be occupying the streets of Lower Manhattan for the next 15 years. That ought to really help local businesses.

    Now they want to Occupy the Future.

    Determined Occupy Wall Street demonstrators have vowed they’re not leaving Zuccotti Park anytime soon, and their online agenda suggests they mean business — with events scheduled through Oct. 26, 2025.

    “Maybe it’s a typo?” said Patricia Moore, 58, of Cedar Street, chair of Community Board 1’s quality-of-life committee.

    “It will be Occupy Wall Street’s grandchildren. The community board will have to fight to build a school over there.

    “It would be bad enough if it’s 2015. But if they keep getting donations like they are, who knows?”

    The leaderless anti-greed movement has racked up $750,000 in donations from supporters and unions and gotten space for storage and portable toilets from the United Federation of Teachers.

    “Noooo ! Not 2025,” groaned Mohammed, 38, a food-cart operator at Cedar Street and Broadway. “It was good business [before the protest], and now it’s so slow. 2025, I don’t think so. Never! I hope next month they’ll be gone.”

    Their Web site suggests the radicals won’t be learning much over the next 14 years, as “Radical Economics 101” appears on the agenda every Sunday between now and then — with no sign that “Radical Economics 202” or “303” is in the offing. ...
    http://www.jammiewf.com/2011/great-n...at-least-2025/
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    If it isn't a typo. Its not protesting. Its homeless living in the parks.
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    Time to nuke these idiots. Bloomie can contact spooked911 over on DU and get one of the "mini-nukes" the gubmint used to bring down the Towers on 9/11...

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    Fantastic news! I hope they survive until this time next year so Obama and his fellow morons can savor the yummy, yummy Schadenfreude Sandwich they'll have to eat for their support for these worthless pukes.
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    Tiananmen Square comes to mind.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kay View Post
    Tiananmen Square comes to mind.....
    Retractable steel ASPS would be better
    Government is not the solution to our problem, government is the problem.
    Ronald Reagan

    We could say they are spending like drunken sailors. That would be unfair to drunken sailors, they're spending their OWN money.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Apocalypse View Post
    If it isn't a typo. Its not protesting. Its homeless living in the parks.
    Homeless living in parks but not having to abide by any of the rules or narcotic laws in the US.
    I used to camp a lot legally in parks while on vacation and would have been jailed immediately for exhibiting their behavior.
    How is obama working out for you?
    http://i686.photobucket.com/albums/vv230/upyourstruly/5d569df9-186a-477b-a665-3ea8a8b9b655_zpse9003e54.jpg
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    Even the homeless are sick of them.

    http://sacramento.cbslocal.com/2011/...sters-at-park/

    Part of the problem, some homeless argue, they feel they’ve lost their freedom.



    “They got their own security, they act like the police,” one man tells Lopez. “Anytime you do anything they say you can’t do this and that … and we’re saying ‘you’re not the police.’”
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