Wall Street Protest Starting to Look Like Egypt

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williambanzai7's picture

Another think we can do is produce placards and provide them to the protestors. They are well organized down there.

FinalCollapse's picture

Independent truckers can add huge posters to their trailers on the road.

Mae Kadoodie's picture

The giant red cube in front of the HSBC building (140 Broadway) would make a fine temporary canvas for your art.  It's right across the street from Liberty Park.  Think of the irony.  http://www.museumplanet.com/tour.php/nyc/fh/1

Wakanda's picture

Too red for projections, but OK for print media.  It might last 20 minutes or half an our before being taken down.

Wakanda's picture

I had my local copy shop divide one jpg color image of Tahir protests into four, and print them on 11x17 stock.  I then taped them together - re assembling the image for a good size poster of 22x34 for only about 5 bucks, muck cheaper than one big print.  I taped it to my big plastic drum on wheels and pounded on it during our local winter carnival parade.  The image could also be re-assembled on poster board with a stick.

johnQpublic's picture


1000 and 2000 watt honda porrtable generators would run the projector, are virtually silent and light enuf to carry with one hand

1000 watter would prolly do the trick....i think they cost about 700 bucks


super fuel efficient too

williambanzai7's picture

Guess whose image that is. Good for them!


Wakanda's picture

Congrats WB7!!!!

Fucking awesome to see your art at the best gallery downtown - the protests!!!

From my point of view, it does not get better than that!!!

Yeee - Haaaaa!!!!!!

narapoiddyslexia's picture

You can donate money. Click this link.

You can send them food, or supplies, at:

The UPS Store
Re: Occupy Wall Street
118A Fulton St. #205
New York, NY 10038

Here is their note:

Money orders only please, cannot cash checks yet. Non-perishable goods only. We can accept packages of any size. We're currently low on food.

Some people on this site have complained about the politics of some of the protestors. I find this boggling, as they are there, and the complainers are not.

If anyone knows, or should know, the justice of occupying Wall Street, it should be the readers of ZH.

Politics be damned.

calltoaccount's picture

20000 watching live feed of cops arresting NYC protestors: