Occupy Wall Street Launches Operation To Clean Up And Stay In Liberty Plaza. - Politicususa.
From the page: “On their Twitter feed, Occupy Wall Street has called the claim that the protesters must leave in order for the park to be cleaned a “pretext” for the removal of the protesters, and then they pointed out that the rules that the property owners want the city to enforce on the campers were put into place after people started camping out in the park.
The Occupy Wall Street organizers then came up with a plan. They are organizing a campaign to clean up the park, before the Friday deadline. Occupy Wall Street is asking people to donate, brooms, lots of brooms, mops, squeegees, buckets, waste bins, dust pans, trash bags, and they could use some power washers too. People can either bring the needed supplies to Liberty Plaza, or send them to their shipping address.
This is the perfect response to the Brookfield letter, which gives off the vibe of being a cheap attempt to get the protesters out. If the protesters clean up the park, then their removal will no longer be necessary. Plus, cleaning up the park is the right thing to do.
If you have the time head on down to Liberty Plaza and lend a hand. If you can’t be there in person, but you have a few bucks head on over to Amazon and see if you can send them a little something to help out.
Grab a broom, and help the 99% clean up and continue to Occupy Wall Street.” [Via wuggsalady.]
I am willing to sink into the sound of night’s changing secrets here the world sees my breath wipe away the tears mirroring its pain. Smiles are caught on fire, wooed by this poet, but do not reflect the same.
Instead of playing under trees, I allow everything to be swept away by the winds on the soft petals of a voice. A voice that empties all its brilliance into our sleep comes to see our smiles rejoice.
Life is exhibited in dirt from the bottom of my shoe yet never utters a word. Still, I will never wave goodbye to thoughts that turn. Does anyone ever really understand the smiles a poet burns?
I welcome hands that hush the existence of whispered memories lighting candles dwelling in our minds. If you knew what was on the line, would you be willing to sink into night’s sound in kind?
“If you kiss on the first date and it’s not right then there will be no second date. Sometimes it’s better to hold out and not kiss for a long time. I am a strong believer in kissing being very intimate, and the minute you kiss, the floodgates open for everything else.”—Jennifer Lopez (via simply-quotes)