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    OWS words of wisdom?

    "I see a lot of love here."

    and

    "You screw us, we multiply."

    (Are they rabbits?) :)

    Also,

    "We're birthing a new world here."

    Sense a theme here? :)
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    Some of the protesters were saying the police were lining up, and news vans arriving more and more.

    If it was like the last time, should be around 1 AM for the police to move in. The police have been doing some small level raids as well as intimidation moves on the protesters to keep them off guard. But nothing major.

    You see the protesters "Medical Unit"? 4 dirtbags that look like they haven't shaved and looked like they sucked down all the meds them selves.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Apocalypse View Post
    You see the protesters "Medical Unit"? 4 dirtbags that look like they haven't shaved and looked like they sucked down all the meds them selves.
    Yeah. They were taking a bathroom break. :D

    I lost the picture. Are they off now?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elspeth View Post
    Yeah. They were taking a bathroom break. :D

    I lost the picture. Are they off now?
    Yea, she signed off for a while.
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    http://losangeles.cbslocal.com/2011/...off-with-lapd/
    LOS ANGELES (CBS) — Occupy L.A. protesters are preparing for a standoff with police.

    A large crowd of protesters have congregated on the City Hall steps and lawn, braced for police officers who, in the last few hours, have been apparently preparing to move demonstrators out.

    The LAPD has announced that they are on tactical alert across Los Angeles.....
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    Hey, they're getting Philly too!

    http://www.livestream.com/occupyphiladelphia

    They got the damned tents down. Hopefully they can keep them away.
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    http://www.philly.com/philly/news/br...rth_Plaza.html

    Occupy Philly leaves City Hall after police arrive

    By Miriam Hill, Melissa Dribben, and Troy Graham
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    Occupy Philly leaves City Hall after police arrive - 2:02am


    Police swarmed Dilworth Plaza a little before 1 a.m. Wednesday, ordering Occupy Philadelphia participants to disperse more than 48 hours after a city-imposed deadline came and went.

    No arrests were immediately reported.

    Police gave protesters three warnings that they had to leave the plaza. After the third warning, 15 of them locked arms and started walking south on 15th Street. They were blocked by police at 15th and Walnut but made their way to Rittenhouse Square, where they sat down inside the park and chanted and asked police not to obey the "unjust orders" of "the 1 percent."

    After five minutes of chanting, they got up and walked down Locust. About 1:45 a.m., 20 to 30 protesters were gathered at 17th and Spruce, chanting: "Get up, get down, there's revolution in this town."

    In an early morning news briefing, Police Commissioner Charles H. Ramsey said: "Our goal is to try to avoid arrests. . . . We want to try to minimize any conflict. So it just made sense to do it early in the morning, when the businesses are closed." He said police would remain on the scene "as long as we have to."

    It was the end of the first, and possibly final, phase of Occupy Philadelphia, a movement that spread here from Wall Street as thousands of people across the country pitched tents in public places to protest growing income inequality and a host of other problems......
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    12:15 am: Swarms of LAPD. Some in what looks like biohazard suits. LOL.

    Awesome!
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    No Water Cannon???? :(:(:(:D
    May the FORCE be with you!
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    From one of the DUmmie threads...


    pinboy3niner (1000+ posts) Wed Nov-30-11 07:41 AM
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    84. LAPD fires shots from less-lethal weapon at treehouse protesters Shots heard on OakFoSho's livestream and on KTLA-5's live coverage. Both say it sounds like shots from 'less-lethal' weapon (rubber bullets or beanbags).

    One of treehouse protesters now in custody, handcuffed and on the cherry-picker the police call the 'BatCat.'

    AAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!
    May the FORCE be with you!
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