Daily Archives: November 15, 2011

The Cleansing of Zuccotti

Just a few thoughts about Tuesday’s TRO Wankfest. The OWS lawyers obtained an emergency ex-parte restraining order from a friendly judge who made a 6:30 am housecall to sign it. They say a good lawyer knows the law but a … Continue reading

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Is Zucotti Park a Big Enough Distraction?

I’m sure the failure of the administration’s creepy version of a Tea Party and it’s subsequent deletion is an interesting news story. I also know there are other real crimes like graft to administration donors and violations of civil rights … Continue reading

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Zuccotti Live-Blog III

The park is clean but empty, the protesters are roaming the streets hoping they will be able to re-enter. A court hearing is taking place this afternoon to decide if they can or not and under what conditions if they … Continue reading

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The Horse That Wouldn’t Drink

It’s one of the oldest English proverbs around: You can lead a horse to water but you can’t make it drink. (Or, as they would have said in the 12th century: Hwa is thet mei thet hors wettrien the him … Continue reading

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Mob rule

Protesters hope to shut down New York’s Wall Street Protesters hope to shut down Wall Street on Thursday — home to the New York Stock Exchange — by holding a street carnival to mark the two-month anniversary of their campaign … Continue reading

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Occupy Godwin – Zuccotti Park Live-Blog

riverdaughter, on November 15, 2011 at 8:46 amsaid: More and more I am beginning to believe that the words “clean”, “health” and “safety” have been tested. Lambert Strether, on November 15, 2011 at 8:53 am said: That is extremely acute, … Continue reading

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