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neilwaukee neilwaukee all encompassing van living, from pie to ping-pong with science fiction hobo dreamers occupy wall street day 7 check out the live feed These patriot occupiers are fighting for 99 percent of us. Those who are unemployed, uninsured, underemployed and totally insecure in the face of ever increasing social and financial inequities. They are standing up for those who cannot be there right now. Here's the good news – you can help, right now today – no matter where you are. Spread the word – there's something going on. People have started a movement – they're occupying Wall Street. Hundreds of people have been camped out in lower Manhattan for four days! If you're in New York and can only spare a little time or money: bring American flags, cardboard, markers, water, etc. down to Liberty Park. If you're in the New York area and have a day, a morning, an afternoon, go down there. The weather appears to be holding. Take the day off and just go. I know it sounds hard to believe but you will be heard. This is an open general assembly effort and you will get your say and be a real participant. If you are a little ways from NYC, organize foursomes to go to NYC for the day. It will cost you the train/bus/car fare. Take nothing but some food and water and your body. Too far to get to NYC? Sign this petition and I will read your name and comments in Liberty Park this week, I promise. Break Up Goldman Sachs Now! Be subversive against the big money interests wherever you are and encourage others to do the same. Don't give the banksters 4 percent of every purchase you make with a credit or debit card – use cash. See: UseCashMovement Be subversive: max out your credit card on large ticket items and return them the next day. (This one is right out of the Saul Alinsky playbook.) Move your money from a big bank to a credit union. Picket a local branch of a bank. When the press asks you what the heck you think you're doing, tell them it's in solidarity with Occupy Wall Street. Send food to the protesters in Liberty Park through a New York friend or go to the live stream chat for information on local eats that will take your order. (Yes, you'll have to use your credit card, big spender!) Do you know anybody who knows anybody who knows a writer, a celebrity, etc. who will show their face at the protest? Get to them now. *Bonus support idea: Spread the word again, and repeat! Chaz Valenza is a writer and small business owner in New Jersey. Read more about his Occupy Wall Street updates. Posted by neilwaukee 0 comments Links to this post Email This BlogThis! Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Labels: in sympathy with Occupy Wallstreet a most epic bike someone perfectly wonderful was riding this thing around like a flower with feet/ like a cloud with eyes/ a storm with necktie as a party on two wheels ~ shopping downtown in the most depressing place on earth~ the Goodwill outlet store~ everything is broken and dirty and fought over but then this bike is stabbed into my face and i smile and look around for the driver eating a chewy chicken lunch ? i want to interview the driver and then i don't want to at all~ and walk home~ stirred NE!L~ Posted by neilwaukee 0 comments Links to this post Email This BlogThis! Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Labels: crazy fancy bicycle 4, 3 not 5, 4 this is what it looks like in the autumn~ living in the van ~ with the rain and wind howl~ and me~ hiding with books and down someone's lunch did i ever tell you~ that i love my van ? it must be very hard to be a marine mammal~ this poor soul spent high tide being pushed up the beach and had to bite some fool ~ watch out for dogs and try to get well~ her ribs were showing and her spine~ poor puppy~ fungi looking like horseshoe crab life~ we'll have to walk around in some distant hell~ some far away paradise Ho-quat sweat lodge my Halloween costume fully grown trees ~ sideways~ makes me think of applesauce doughnuts build a fort hide-away pretend ~ i used to collect river/ beach smooth drift-wood and bark / going to build giant jewelry out of it and little paintings~ someday you could almost believe in gillie suited monsters curled up on the beach to hold you underwater~ drag you to the bottom of the waves~ beneath a nice right reef break i like beach snails~ and ravens~ and long romantic walks alone with dawn patrol's destruction after the storm and everyone is packing wet sleeping bags into trunks there is a website that deals in only S-F cover art, but they only make fun~ i love the shit out of these covers~ love the shit ! almost bought this puppy hugger~ but it sucked~ and was like out of focus had this up to the counter~ but it wasn't on sale and they were asking about thirty bucks or so~ crazy owl headed owls this water color was just adorable~ but i didn't buy it~ look at these people~ these giant ducks and swans ~ didn't buy this one either~ much too big What !!! i didn't buy this black velvet beaut ! Why ? NE!L ? why ? why ? NE!L~ Posted by neilwaukee 1 comments Links to this post Email This BlogThis! Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Labels: LA PUSH surf Beach Vanagons , la push has nothing to do with twilight oh, yeah. . . that looks better they sure did hurry up and destroy my art show. . . and this installation has rotted out there for weeks~ Posted by neilwaukee 1 comments Links to this post Email This BlogThis! Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Labels: ART BOMB seattle artists without galleries don't want to be a chair pull a revolution from within ~ with so much simplicity quit smoking and free yourself from financial/ physical dependance i'm just saying ~ stop buying beer / wine / alcohol products~ the paper cash rewards will astound you walk away from this air-conditioned slavery this fence works both ways ~ all we have to do is stop using their products~ stop going to these glittering malls~ don't go out and watch a movie~ make your own~ that hideous inner strength to ~ make your own ~ make your own stars ~ be your own heroes painted over manifestos ~ we don't have to do anything ~ but support each other~ trade and barter to create an independent country ~ inside this existing edifice we don't have to move or take to the streets or destroy anything~ just walk around it ~ ignore it they can't make us buy a new TV~ they can't make us dance to their songs ~pray to their money / gods / actors / objects just start over~ as a moth their world will be worthless while ours could be anything we wanted~ with a new pattern~ a new template they can only create / the artificial we can slip between the grating of this cage~ don't move to unpopular places~ we hold this society/ this very country / propped up / this is ours the death of the automobile the tree could have feed us the wealthy don't live here~ they inhabit some unmapped cities ~ and we are free is it a crime to ask for my social security now ? to scream ~ i don't want to pay taxes this all seems so easy, all it takes is a little self control, find a bike, go for a hike, stop reading magazines, have a tea party, try to keep it straight edge~ stay home~ buy nothing~ and the cage around us could wither, dry and vanish just because we need a remodel doesn't mean we need a fire we could try a simple path of . . . not doing anything NE!L~ Posted by neilwaukee 2 comments Links to this post Email This BlogThis! 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