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Hmmmm…

Just posted at NYCGA.net

PS: OWS is looking for housing accommodations for occupiers.  If you have space and want to help, contact ows.housing@gmail.com.

Also, OWS would like to help St. Paul’s and St. Andrew’s church pay their heating bills.  This church has been hosting dozens of occupiers a night since OWS was evicted from Zuccotti Park and the heating bill is about $300/night.  See this page for more details.

19 Responses

  1. Is January 17, 2012 the day of the State of the Union address? Hey, Kbird, you wanna go to the mall?? {{snicker}}

  2. I’m waiting to hear about a DC event – I will be there!

  3. Little Christmas Carol from Occupy Austin.

  4. be sure to wear your long johns or jills.and take lots of pictures.🙂

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