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    Out-of-towners: Liberatos Pizza, 80 Maiden Lane
    Why they like it: Early in the life of the protest, ordering pizza for the occupiers from out of town became the thing to do, and partly because of its name (which sounds a bit like "liberty" but is in fact its owner's name) and partly because of its proximity, Liberatos quickly became the pizzeria of choice for out-of-towners to call in orders for the protesters. Thanks to some early media coverage such as Gawker's day-three feature, it's now a known thing among those following the protest from afar that Liberatos is the "official caterer of the revolution." How's business? Liberatos knows this is its moment. Its Twitter stream is full of specials, statements of solidarity and announcements of donated pizzas. In noting its early popularity, Adrian Chen wrote, "Organizers have been passing around Liberatos' phone number over Twitter and in Google documents and the pizzas, $2,800-worth according to one estimate, started flowing." Telly Liberatos, the owner, quickly invented a special $15 pie for the protesters, called the OccuPie, which has a ring of toppings around the edge with a line through the center, "like a no sign." But the protesters themselves are getting tired of pizza. "For some reason, people from California call in orders of like 50 or more," Matt Shaw, one of the organizers of the occupation’s food committee, said on Sunday.
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    I heard the 1% were breastfed longer too. Bastages!
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    NPR host’s involvement in Occupy D.C. leads to her firing from another show
    By Dylan Stableford Senior Media Reporter | The Cutline – 2 hrs 0 mins ago


    A public radio host was fired on Thursday after the conservative political site The Daily Caller exposed her role as a spokeswoman for Occupy 2011, the faction of Occupy Wall Street movement occupying Washington's Freedom Plaza.

    Lisa Simeone, the host of the nationally syndicated "World of Opera" show, and former weekend host of "All Things Considered," is a freelancer working for WDAV, NPR's Davidson, N.C., affiliate, where "World of Opera" originates. She also was the host for the weekly D.C. show "Soundprint" on NPR's WAMU affiliate.

    Simeone confirmed on Thursday that she had been fired from the "Soundprint" show; NPR is "in conversations" about her role as both "World of Opera" host and Occupy D.C. protester.

    "We recently learned of World of Opera host Lisa Simeone's participation in an Occupy D.C. group," NPR communications SVP Dana Davis Rehm wrote in a memo to affiliates. "We're in conversations with WDAV about how they intend to handle this. We of course take this issue very seriously."

    Those conversations could result in Simone's firing from that show, too. On Thursday, Rehm added: "We fully respect that the management of WDAV is solely responsible for the decision making around Lisa's participation in Occupy DC and her freelance role with WDAV's program."

    On Wednesday, Simeone wrote in an email to the Baltimore Sun that she didn't understand what the fuss was all about:

    I find it puzzling that NPR objects to my exercising my rights as an American citizen -- the right to free speech, the right to peaceable assembly -- on my own time in my own life.

    I'm not an NPR employee. I'm a freelancer. NPR doesn't pay me. I'm also not a news reporter. I don't cover politics. I've never brought a whiff of my political activities into the work I've done for NPR World of Opera. What is NPR afraid I'll do -- insert a seditious comment into a synopsis of Madame Butterfly?

    This sudden concern with my political activities is also surprising in light of the fact that Mara Liaason reports on politics for NPR yet appears as a commentator on Fox TV, Scott Simon hosts an NPR news show yet writes political op-eds for national newspapers, Cokie Roberts reports on politics for NPR yet accepts large speaking fees from businesses. Does NPR also send out "Communications Alerts" about their activities?

    The concern is not entirely sudden. Last year, the radio network former political correspondent Juan Williams for confessing on Fox News's "O'Reilly Factor" that he felt apprehensive when he would see Islamic passengers in airports. Williams' ouster eventually led to the resignation of NPR chief Vivian Schiller's, and a black eye for its image. And earlier this year, conservative media prankster James O'Keefe captured an NPR fundraising executive on video making disparaging remarks about Republicans and the tea party movement to two conservative activists posing as Islamic donors. In the wake of both embarrassing episodes, NPR executives have tried to more vigilantly monitor the PR damage from its talent participating in partisan activities.

    In the Simeone case, NPR insists that it doesn't matter that the host's main coverage area has virtually nothing to do with national politics or the economic scene. "A journalist is always attached to journalism," WAMU News Director Jim Asendio told Roll Call.

    It's also true that Simeone's role at the network isn't simply limited to opera coverage. According to her bio on NPR.org, Simeone has "developed a loyal following for her unusual mix of programming--classical, folk and jazz, along with provocative reports, interviews and call-in shows on everything from anthropology and neuroscience to philosophy to media criticism."


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    Alec Baldwin defends capitalism, banks at Occupy Wall Street protest
    By Chris Moody Political Reporter | The Ticket – 3 hrs ago


    Alec Baldwin visited the Occupy Wall Street protests in New York City this week, where he found himself defending the very institutions the demonstrators are protesting: Banks, capitalism and the rich.

    "You have to have capital markets in this country," Baldwin said. "You can't not have strong capital markets in this country or this country is going to go down the tubes. ... Capitalism is worthwhile and capitalism demands the flow of money. ... You want the banks to do what the banks do."

    Baldwin said he wouldn't answer any questions, but quickly got into a discussion with a group of Ron Paul supporters who grilled him on the Federal Reserve.

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    Wikipedia:

    Lord of the Flies is a novel by Nobel Prize-winning author William Golding about a group of British boys stuck on a deserted island who try to govern themselves, with disastrous results. Its stances on the already-controversial subjects of human nature and individual welfare versus the common good earned it position 68 on the American Library Association’s list of the 100 most frequently challenged books of 1990–1999.[1] In 2005 the novel was chosen by TIME magazine as one of the 100 best English-language novels from 1923 to 2005.[2] It was awarded a place on both lists of Modern Library 100 Best Novels, reaching #41 on the editor's list, and #25 on the reader's list.


    A month in, O.W.S. and community trying to coexistBY CYNTHIA MAGNUS | As Occupy Wall Street enters its second month, and demonstrators continue to reside in Zuccotti Park, elected officials, community stakeholders and the protestors are attempting to find ways to coexist.

    This is a neighborhood of working class people, the same people you represent,” said Pat Moore, chair of Community Board 1’s Quality of Life Committee, at the Occupy Wall Street General Assembly in Zuccotti Park on Oct. 15.

    The topic of discussion was a reduction in the noise caused by the drum circle, which has disturbed area residents for up to twelve hours daily for almost a month. Moore told the assembly that she supports their movement, as do many of her neighbors.

    Moore, however, added, “But please give us some relief.”

    City Councilmember Margaret Chin said, “The single biggest issue is the drumming. So far, O.W.S. has been unable to limit the drumming. I know the drummers are a source of stress for the community and for people within O.W.S.”

    Chin said O.W.S. has agreed to limits on the drumming, and they have to follow through and enforce those rules.

    C.B. 1 Chair Julie Menin worked with Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer, NYS Sen. Daniel Squadron and Chin, as well as other representatives and stakeholders, to develop a “good neighbor policy” with O.W.S.

    One of the challenges, according to Menin, was that the person initially responsible for relaying the concerns of the community board back to O.W.S. was not doing so — a problem that she said has now been resolved.

    “We are addressing proactively concerns as they are brought to us,” said Menin.

    Another concern has been sanitation in and around the park. Building residents and business owners have complained about public urination among other nuisances. Adrian, who refused to give his last name, is a maintenance worker for nearby Capital Properties. He said he has always hosed Thames and Cedar Streets between Broadway and Trinity, and along Trinity up to the churchyard. Since the occupation, he said, those streets are dirtier and take longer to clean.

    “It is totally unacceptable,” Chin said, “that protesters have so far relied on facilities at local businesses, but primarily alleyways and streets. While I appreciate their plan to physically wash problem areas — like Liberty Street — this is not a long term solution.”

    Residents at 114 Liberty St. are among those in the community who are experiencing quality of life problems as a result of the occupation. Building resident Howard, who also refused to provide his last name, said, “These shouldn’t be negotiations. We have rights.”
    A previous regular park user, Howard said, “I want to be able to sit and play chess with my 13 year-old son in the park.”

    Chin said, “I agree with residents that, in essence, their right to use the park has been taken away by the protesters. While pedestrians still have access to the park, I understand their reasons for not wanting to use it.”

    Residents and local businesses can’t be asked to live this way, and all of the stakeholders must quickly find a solution that meets the needs of the community,” said Squadron. “While some O.W.S. representatives have been working with us in good faith to respond to concerns, at this point they cannot ensure compliance with the good neighbor policy.”

    A member of the O.W.S. media relations group, Bill Dobbs said, “Dialogue has been open and ongoing between O.W.S. and community members. That represents some progress.”

    Han Shan, a member of the O.W.S. community affairs group, said they established an email address and phone numbers that residents and local business owners can use to make complaints directly to O.W.S. If they are “legitimate,” said Shan, “they will be discussed by the group.”

    He said the contact information is available at the information tables in the park.

    Chin said, “I believe that both the protesters and Community Board 1 have negotiated their agreement in good faith. However, we just passed 30 days with little progress to show. Community board members have worked tirelessly to make an agreement stick. O.W.S. maintains they are working on a solution but they are running out of time. Their promises are falling short.”

    A public joint meeting of the C.B. 1 Quality of Life and Financial District Committees will be held on Thursday, Oct. 20, at 6 p.m., at 250 Broadway.

    C.B. 1 Vice-Chair Catherine McVay-Hughes said, “It will be an opportunity for people to talk about the impact [of O.W.S.] on the 9/11 community which includes residents, small business owners, and others.”

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    Next read......
    The Seven Commandments are laws that are supposed to keep order and ensure elementary Animalism within Animal Farm. The Seven Commandments were designed to unite the animals together against the humans and prevent animals from following the humans' evil habits. Since not all of the animals can remember them, they are boiled down into one basic statement: "Four legs good, two legs bad!" ***(with wings counting as legs for this purpose, Snowball arguing that wings count as legs as they are organs of propulsion rather than manipulation), which the sheep constantly repeat, distracting the crowd from the lies of the pigs. The original commandments were:

    1.Whatever goes upon two legs is an enemy.
    2.Whatever goes upon four legs, or has wings, is a friend.
    3.No animal shall wear clothes.
    4.No animal shall sleep in a bed.
    5.No animal shall drink alcohol.
    6.No animal shall kill any other animal.
    7.All animals are equal.
    Later, Napoleon and his pigs are corrupted by the absolute power they hold over the farm. To maintain their popularity with the other animals, Squealer secretly paints additions to some commandments to benefit the pigs while keeping them free of accusations of law-breaking (such as "No animal shall drink alcohol" having "to excess" appended to it and "No animal shall sleep in a bed" with "with sheets" added to it). The changed commandments are as follows, with the changes bolded:

    1.No animal shall sleep in a bed with sheets.
    2.No animal shall drink alcohol to excess.
    3.No animal shall kill any other animal without cause.
    Eventually the laws are replaced
    with "All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others", and "Four legs good, two legs better!" as the pigs become more human.
    ***OWS good, Wall Street bad
    Until then.....
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    October 21, 2011
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    Mom leaves family to sort laundry for OWSers

    I'm feeIing a bit low-energy today, which is a pity, because I'd love to heap torrents of molten scorn on this woman. But her story speaks for itself:

    A married mother of four from Florida ditched her family to become part of the raggedy mob in Zuccotti Park -- keeping the park clean by day and keeping herself warm at night with the help of a young waiter from Brooklyn. “I’m not planning on going home,” an unapologetic Stacey Hessler, 38, told The Post yesterday. “I have no idea what the future holds, but I’m here indefinitely. Forever,” said Hessler, whose home in DeLand sits 911 miles from the tarp she’s been sleeping under.

    Hessler -- who ironically is married to a banker -- arrived 12 days ago and planned to stay for a week, but changed her plans after cozying up to some like-minded radicals, including Rami Shamir, 30, a waiter at a French bistro in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn. She swears she’s not romantically involved with her new friend.

    Yesterday was a typical day for the pair, who woke up at 8 a.m. on their little patch of paving stone near the communal kitchen and dashed off to Trinity Church to wash up. Hessler emerged an hour later, her brown hair in dreadlocks, wearing a T-shirt depicting Han Solo and Princess Leia kissing, and bearing the slogan “Make Love Not War.” She got coffee and a granola bar from the protest kitchen before sorting laundry for two hours.

    The unemployed Long Island native compared her decision to abandon her family to Americans serving in the armed forces. “Military people leave their families all the time, so why should I feel bad?” a defiant Hessler said. “I’m fighting for a better world.”

    She said she had been following the movement on Facebook, and the more she learned, the more obsessed she became with joining the demonstrators. [. . .] Hessler has spoken with her family -- husband Curtiss, 42; son Peyton, 17; and daughters Kennedy 15, Sullivan, 13, and Veda, 7 -- just three times since leaving them. “Friends are taking care of them,” she said.

    Not everyone has supported her decision. “My mother told me I was being very selfish,” she admitted.

    And her husband, a former Bank of America financial adviser who now works at a local Florida bank, is perplexed. “He says he’s working for ‘the Man,’ and I’m fighting against him,” she said.
    Let me get this straight. She traveled a thousand miles from her husband and kids so she could sort laundry and clean up after the fine folk of the Occupy movement. And she likens what she's doing to what our men and women in the military do. [Insert your own outrage here.]

    My youngest daughter said it could be worse: this mom of the year could have brought her kids along with her. And considering that rapists, thieves, drug addicts, union thugs, and literal rats are common features of these lounge-ins, I think she has a point.

    Horror stories abound. Via Verum Serum: Occupy Oakland devolves into "Lord of the Flies" http://www.mercurynews.com/breaking-news/ci_19150644

    About 3:30 Tuesday afternoon, a group of roughly 50 people gathered by the man’s tent and told him he had to leave. Some were speaking calmly. Others weren’t. It was then that the man pulled out a large kitchen knife and threatened the whole group…It was only when someone picked up a piece of wood and cracked him across the head that the ordeal ended.

    Similar scenarios are playing out in Boston, Baltimore, Cleveland, and elsewhere, but no one will do much of anything to put an end to these public nuisances. How can this not come back to bite Mayor Bloomberg and his ilk? On Wall Street, residents are not happy:

    "They are defecating on our doorsteps," fumed Catherine Hughes, a member of Community Board 1 and a stay at home mom who has the misfortune of living one block from the chaos. "A lot of people are very frustrated. A lot of people are concerned about the safety of our kids."

    Real children come in a distant second to the pseudo-adult occupiers.

    ***

    Occupy Oakland has been given an eviction notice. Stay tuned. http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/articl...KJ24.DTL&tsp=1



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    My youngest daughter said it could be worse: this mom of the year could have brought her kids along with her. And considering that rapists, thieves, drug addicts, union thugs, and literal rats are common features of these lounge-ins, I think she has a point.
    Why didn't they tell her sooner?

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    ‘Parents For Occupy Wall Street’ To Hold Sleepover Tonight In Zuccotti Park In Solidarity With Their Kids
    By Zaid Jilani on Oct 21, 2011 at 3:05 pm




    Tonight, the hundreds of mostly young people who have been camped out in Zuccotti Park in New York City for more than a month will receive some backup from an unlikely source — their parents. “Parents For Occupy Wall Street” will be holding a special solidarity sleepover tonight with their kids. Here’s a flyer for the event:


    Tonight, the hundreds of mostly young people who have been camped out in Zuccotti Park in New York City for more than a month will receive some backup from an unlikely source — their parents. “Parents For Occupy Wall Street” will be holding a special solidarity sleepover tonight with their kids. Here’s a flyer for the event:





    “Don’t hide in fear. Stand up proud and peacefully for your family. We hold our children’s future’s in our hands! We are the 99%,” the group explains on its site. “There’s safety in numbers and WE the parents have those numbers.”

    The group is also encouraging parents to join their kids and others across the country and has set up a portion of its website for people to start their own groups and events.



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    To think ... I voluteer with Scouts, my church, local food pantry, we work... pay our bills, pay our taxes, set aside money for college ... all for our children and their futures.... when I could have a sleep over in the park ???
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    In the logo, doesn't it look like people being held up in a robbery? That's OWS holding up the American worker for a free ride on their taxes....
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    In the logo, doesn't it look like people being held up in a robbery?
    That's OWS holding up the American worker for a free ride on their taxes....
    LOL very observant....
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    Sexual Assault, Thefts and Hate Plague Occupy Movement
    By John Hull – Thu, Oct 20, 2011


    COMMENTARY | The Occupy movement, also known as the Flea Party, claims to represent 99 percent of Americans.

    Rasmussen reports that only 36 percent of likely voters polled support the protests, deemed "Parasites on Parade" by radio personality and author Mark Levin. The following is a sample of incidents that have been occurring at these events.


    ** Police in Cleveland are investigating the rape, according to WKYC, of a 19-year-old Special Needs student at the Occupy Cleveland rally over the weekend. The victim advised a teacher at Summit Academy, a school for students with learning disabilities including Autism and Cognitive Delay (mental retardation), that she was advised to sleep in a tent with an unknown male, known only as "Leland," by organizers at the Occupy Cleveland protest due to space limitations.

    The victim said that she thought "Leland" was asleep, so she climbed into her sleeping bag and went to sleep Saturday night. She said she awoke to find Leland raping her. "We are a community group, we do not have leaders, we are a leaderless movement," protest organizer Rebecka Hawkins told Fox 8 News, without even a sense of irony.

    ** Police in Seattle arrested an Occupy Seattle protester accused of masturbating in front of children, more than once, as per the Seattle PI. Police arrested the unnamed man (as of this writing) at approximately 1 a.m. Monday at his Kenmore residence, charging him with multiple offenses of Indecent Exposure. "During the course of their investigation, detectives discovered that the suspect had been at Westlake Park, participating in Occupy Wall Street," Seattle Police Detective Renee Witt said in a statement.

    ** New York Police arrested David Park, according to nbcconnecticut.com, last week for the sexual assaults of several women protesting in Zuccotti Park. Police were notified of a sexual assault occurring at Occupy Portland (Oregon) on October 8, but were unable to locate the victim upon arrival.


    Another prominent problem in the movement is theft, as reported by the New York Times.

    "I had my Mac stolen -- that was like $5,500. Every night, something else is gone. Last night, our entire [kitchen] budget for the day was stolen...," Protester Nan Terrie advised.

    (( On a personal note, I can't afford to buy a $5,500 Mac, yet I am not one of their 99%. But I digress... ))


    The movement has had an overtly anti-Semitic tone, supported by leading Democrats the anti-Israeli Palestinian BDS and the American Nazi Party. The American Nazi Party, a white supremacist, left-wing organization, released a letter of support on October 16, saying the ""Occupy Wall Street" fervor... has been sweeping the land like a breath of cleansing air!"

    The letter continues, "...the White Working Class - is going PAST, the BOILING POINT..." referring to the mostly white Occupy movement.


    President Obama recently stated the Occupy protests are not that different from Tea Party protests.

    There have been over 1,000 (and counting) protesters arrested, many, many videos and photos of hatred and filth, countless incidents of violence, calls for violence, sexual assaults and thefts, etc. arising out of the Occupy movement.


    There was a person that drew a Hitler mustache on a picture of Obama at a Tea Party rally.


    Comparable?



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    Evidently these people don't like to have THEIR stuff redistributed.

    Laissez les bon temps rouler! Going to church doesn't make you a Christian any more than standing in a garage makes you a car.** a 4 day work week & sex slaves ~ I say Tyt for PRESIDENT! Not to be taken internally, literally or seriously ....Suki ebaynni IS THAT BETTER ?


 
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