Occupy Wall Street Shuts Down Occupy Wall Street "Law & Order" Set
More than 100 Occupy Wall Street protesters shut down the set of Law & Order last night after they occupied their fake Zuccotti Park set. Twitter user Newyorkist was there to tweet updates about the whole thing. It's all pretty hilarious.
Anonymous Fights Pepper Spray With Personal Information
In response to Lt. John Pike's pepper spraying of UC Davis protestors, the international hacking group Anonymous has put out this video urging people to flood his home phone, cell, email, office, and mail box with messages condemning his actions. What do you think? Is this a fair response to an officer's use of pepper spray?
Amazing Photo Of Retired Philadelphia Police Man Being Arrested At OWS
Meet Ray Lewis, retired Philadelphia police captain who served in the 25th Police District, headquartered at Front and Westmoreland streets. He was one of more than 170 protesters who were arrested yesterday on the two month OWS anniversary.
Occupy Wall Street: Taking A Cue From History
The on-the-ground challenges of sustaining such a huge movement over the long term have begun to take center stage this week. As they sort out what to do next, the Occupiers might take a page from the history of American labor, the only social movement that has ever made a real dent in the nation’s extremes of wealth and poverty.
John Travolta Requests Reservation At KFC, Is Denied
John Travolta phoned up a KFC in England and asked to reserve a table. Here is an awesome quote from the employee who turned him down. Why is John Travolta eating at KFC? What kind of human being calls to reserve a table at KFC? Why does England have KFC? I don't care. This anonymous employee is now a folk hero who is a much better spokesperson for the 99% than Occupy Wall Street.