In yet another odd moment in a campaign replete with them, Governor Goodhair repeats a comical story sent to him about the mindset of the 'Occupy' crowd.
It’s weird protesting on Bay Street. You get there at 9 a.m. and the rich bankers who you want to hurl insults at and change their worldview have been at work for two hours already. And then when it’s time to go, they’re still there. I guess that’s why they call them the one per cent. I mean, who wants to work those kinds of hours? That’s the power of greed.”
Pretty amusing, right?
Except for the fact that "Jeremy" was the creation of satirist Mark Schatzker, of Toronto's Globe and Mail newspaper. His piece then went viral among conservative websites, who seemed oblivious to the fact that it was satire, and made "Jeremy" a symbol for OWS laziness.
A Bay area filmmaker is seeking donations to help complete a documentary chronicling the Occupy movement in the streets of Oakland, Berkeley and San Francisco.
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Official trailer for the documentary film "Occupy the Bay."
“Occupy the Bay” is a documentary video project directed by Jonathan Riley and produced by Kevin Pina/Long Memory Productions. The one-hour documentary chronicles the local Read more...
'Occupy This Album' is now available for preorder, featuring music from Debbie Harry, Jackson Browne, Yoko Ono, Third Eye Blind, Crosby and Nash and many more. Several of the contributors, including Joan Baez and Crosby and Nash, performed at Read more...