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    It doesn't occur to the morons that Occupy is simply doing PR, oh no, it couldn't be that!!!



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    So when Sandy devastated New York, did Wall Street come to the rescue? No, it was Occupy.

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    makes as much sense as me being mad at 7- 11 when I had my heart attack.

    .. none at all.
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    Well, they have to pick on Wall Street, because their other enemy was and is there and will be there as long as it takes-faith-based agencies.
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    I bet it's really hard to shit on a cop car in the midst of hurricane-force winds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam Wood View Post
    I bet it's really hard to shit on a cop car in the midst of hurricane-force winds.
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    Seriously, though, how would they know if Wall Street helped the victims or not? Giving is both a corporate and an individual thing.


    I'm sure lots of people who work at, trade at and otherwise are involved with Wall Street donated money to relief efforts. They just didn't go all public with the whole "Look at me, I'm generous" thing.
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