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This could be the tipping point. I marched against the Vietnam war before I was drafted into the army and this movement is now getting towards that critical mass.
Former Silicon Valley executive Dick Steinkamp • Explaining why he’s chosen to take part in the Occupy Seattle protests. Folks like Steincamp, a 63-year-old firmly in the “Baby Boomer” camp, have added themselves to the Occupy movement in recent days, giving the movement significant age diversity and making it something that’s becoming much larger than its original starting point. Roughly 70 major cities now have their own Occupy movement, as well as 600 smaller communities. Last week’s Brooklyn Bridge arrests really gave the movement a spark — now it’s spreading at full speed. source (viafollow)
October 8, 2011 // 10:43 // 3 years ago
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  3. poetfire said: I mentioned to a friend only yesterday: The current national mood, demonstrations, discussion, debate, political posturing, and so on, remind me more of the Vietnam Era than anything I have experienced since.
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