Tag Archives: Protest

I WANT SOMETHING OTHER THAN DOMINOES AFTER 11PM


I, like many Bucknellians, enjoy the occasional midnight snack. What I, like many other Bucknellians, do not enjoy, is attempting to find a late hour only to come up with the default, Dominoes. Now, I do not have any problem … Continue reading

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Google Searches as Measure of Interest


Here is an interesting way to capture ‘the public’s” interest. Here is a graph comparing searches on Occupy Wall Street compared to Tea Party. Lots more data if you click on the picture. Related articles Occupy Wall Street vs. Tea … Continue reading

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Best of Blog, Week 7, Protests and Films


Your friendly, neighborhood blog council (Carl, Meghan C, Nate, and Slade) present the following (drum roll!) Best Occupy Wall Street post: Alyssa “Coming to a small town near you!” Rotten Tomatoes Award Rick “Hitchcock Stands With the Best of Them” … Continue reading

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Confused protesters…


  And some more who should probably lay off the green leafy substance… LiveLeak talks to confused protesters

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More on Shamar Thomas and Police-Protestor conflict


Keith Olbermann interviews Justin’s ex-Marine, Shamar Thomas.  Found it when I was looking for this video that shows the police roughly handling an observer after he was run over by a police motorcycle. Mr. Thomas now…

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“There is no honor in this”


Last week I posted a video of an American citizen who thought he had something important to say. This week I’m posting a video of an American citizen who actually does.

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Who are the 99%?


On Saturday morning I was laying around being lazy as usual. That was until I heard people outside screaming “Justice Now” and “We Resent the 1%”. So knowing that I had to write this blog I got off my couch … Continue reading

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