Wednesday, June 27, 2012
Wednesday, May 2, 2012
Will this guy be blowing up bridges in the near future? To be honest, though, he comes off as much smarter than the idiot newsbabe who's interviewing him. I do love the idea that he's working on analytics for the People's Puppet Guild.
Posted by Pat at 2:43 PM
Mama Dreadlocks returns to the scene of the crime:
Stacey Hessler, 39, left her four children at home in Florida to take an 18-hour bus ride to today's protest. "This is the focal point," Hessler said in Bryant Park. "I want to be here to help make sure there are as many of us as possible so everyone else around the world can be inspired to stage protests." She carried a sign saying "a woman's place is in the revolution."Last seen here back in November: under a tarp at Zoo-Cotti with an unemployed waiter. The sad thing is that I'm beginning to think that abandoning her four kids at home may actually be the best thing in the world for them. Who wants an idiot like this for a mother?
Posted by Pat at 11:05 AM
this guy simply isn't a member:
It was at the October 21 OWS event that the informant first met Douglas Wright, 26, who reportedly confided details of his group’s planned attacks “against corporate America and the financial system,” according to court filings. Pictured above, Wright eventually served as the informant’s bridge to the four other men busted in the bombing plot--despite the fact that the quartet was “unsure” about the snitch for whom Wright vouched. Of the five men arrested, four were involved in the Occupy Cleveland movement, according to their Facebook profiles, a news story, and a federal criminal complaint.
Posted by Pat at 8:41 AM
Tuesday, May 1, 2012
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Thursday, February 2, 2012
Monday, January 30, 2012
Friday, January 20, 2012
Tuesday, January 17, 2012
The occupiers are running out of money:
After raising more than $700,000 last fall, protesters who keep track of money for Occupy Wall Street reported this week that the group has about $170,000 in its bank account. Very few donations are coming in, they said.Doing the math reveals that they've got a burn rate of $6000 a day.
"If we keep spending at the rate at which we have been doing, we will probably go broke in a month," said Haywood Carey, 28 years old, a member of the movement's accounting group.
Posted by Pat at 10:26 PM