Occupy Wall Street Helps Sandy Victims

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    Occupy Wall Street Helps Sandy Victims

     So, where is the Tea Party?

     

    Occupy Wall Street’s 99 percent have begun a coordinated effort to help victims of Hurricane Sandy.

    Together with members from 350.org, Recovers.org, and interoccupy.net, the group has begun Occupy Sandy. Members have set up donation drop-off points in multiple boroughs and created localized websites that outline the needs for a given neighborhood, according to interoccupy.net.

    OWS is battling obstacles including 600,000 people without power and the death toll of 38 in New York City as of Friday, according to the New York Times.

    Occupiers began their efforts in Manhattan’s Lower East Side and have moved throughout New York’s five boroughs, thenation.com reports.

    Read more: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/11/02/occupy-wall-street-helps-sandy-victims-_n_2060275.html



    Heard on NPR that OWS folks were feeding people on Staten Island. Wow. Talk about walking the walk.

     

     
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    Re: Occupy Wall Street Helps Sandy Victims

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     So, where is the Tea Party?

     

    Occupy Wall Street’s 99 percent have begun a coordinated effort to help victims of Hurricane Sandy.

    Together with members from 350.org, Recovers.org, and interoccupy.net, the group has begun Occupy Sandy. Members have set up donation drop-off points in multiple boroughs and created localized websites that outline the needs for a given neighborhood, according to interoccupy.net.

    OWS is battling obstacles including 600,000 people without power and the death toll of 38 in New York City as of Friday, according to the New York Times.

    Occupiers began their efforts in Manhattan’s Lower East Side and have moved throughout New York’s five boroughs, thenation.com reports.

    Read more: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/11/02/occupy-wall-street-helps-sandy-victims-_n_2060275.html


    Heard on NPR that OWS folks were feeding people on Staten Island. Wow. Talk about walking the walk.

     

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    They were collecting can goods 600 miles away ! Sorry that was myth !

     
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    Re: Occupy Wall Street Helps Sandy Victims

    In response to AlleyCatBruin's comment:
    [QUOTE]

     So, where is the Tea Party?

     

    Occupy Wall Street’s 99 percent have begun a coordinated effort to help victims of Hurricane Sandy.

    Together with members from 350.org, Recovers.org, and interoccupy.net, the group has begun Occupy Sandy. Members have set up donation drop-off points in multiple boroughs and created localized websites that outline the needs for a given neighborhood, according to interoccupy.net.

    OWS is battling obstacles including 600,000 people without power and the death toll of 38 in New York City as of Friday, according to the New York Times.

    Occupiers began their efforts in Manhattan’s Lower East Side and have moved throughout New York’s five boroughs, thenation.com reports.

    Read more: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/11/02/occupy-wall-street-helps-sandy-victims-_n_2060275.html


    Heard on NPR that OWS folks were feeding people on Staten Island. Wow. Talk about walking the walk.

     

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    where is the enema wall street party?

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    Re: Occupy Wall Street Helps Sandy Victims

    In response to AlleyCatBruin's comment:
    [QUOTE]

     So, where is the Tea Party?

     

    Occupy Wall Street’s 99 percent have begun a coordinated effort to help victims of Hurricane Sandy.

    Together with members from 350.org, Recovers.org, and interoccupy.net, the group has begun Occupy Sandy. Members have set up donation drop-off points in multiple boroughs and created localized websites that outline the needs for a given neighborhood, according to interoccupy.net.

    OWS is battling obstacles including 600,000 people without power and the death toll of 38 in New York City as of Friday, according to the New York Times.

    Occupiers began their efforts in Manhattan’s Lower East Side and have moved throughout New York’s five boroughs, thenation.com reports.

    Read more: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/11/02/occupy-wall-street-helps-sandy-victims-_n_2060275.html


    Heard on NPR that OWS folks were feeding people on Staten Island. Wow. Talk about walking the walk.

     

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    have they raped anyone yet?

     
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