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Occupy Wall Street

Despite all the hyperbole about the violence at Occupy Wall Street, I have found none of that in my two visits there. My first visit was before the big clean-up (yes, it needed a clean-up) and the second visit was just a few days ago (and the park looked very clean).

Since my first visit there has been a marked improvement in the environment: It is much more organized with a donations area, a press area, a food area and a "drying out of wet clothes" area. Every rainstorm is a problem - there is no place to do laundry. For anyone wishing to donate the use of a clothes dryer or washing machine, I know that effort would be greatly appreciated by all there. Help and donations of any kind are appreciated.

Unions have joined in the protest, showing support and lending a good energy.

Here are some photos. I am working on editing a short video of the area that will be posted eventually.

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