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StumbleUpon Gets More Specific
Stumble Upon is starting to sweat, so they're "improving" things. Sadly, Google already accomplishes what they're "improvement" is going to do. Sorry SU. Too Little, Too Late!
What SU Has Committed.
Such an improvement!!!!!
From the page: I was honored to be invited to speak at Occupy Wall Street on Thursday night. Since amplification is (disgracefully) banned, and everything I said had to be repeated by hundreds of people so others could hear (a.k.a. "the human microphone"), what I actually said at Liberty Plaza had to be very short. With that in mind, here is the longer, uncut version of the speech.
From the page: .1. Law of Mechanical Repair - After your hands become coated with grease, your nose will begin to itch and you'll have to pee.
2. Law of Gravity - Any tool, nut, bolt, screw, when dropped, will roll to the least accessible corner.
3. Law of Probability -The probability of being watched is directly proportional to the stupidity of your act
4. Law of Random Numbers - If you dial a wrong number, you never get a busy signal and someone always answers.
5. Law of the Alibi - If you tell the boss you were late for work because you had a flat tire, the very next morning you will have a flat tire.
From the page: Quote Of The Day
There will be, in the next generation or so, a pharmacological method of making people love their servitude, and producing dictatorship without tears, so to speak, producing a kind of painless concentration camp for entire societies, so that people will in fact have their liberties taken away from them, but will rather enjoy it, because they will be distracted from any desire to rebel by propaganda or brainwashing, or brainwashing enhanced by pharmacological methods. And this seems to be the final revolution.~Aldous Huxley
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"I hate it when they say, 'He gave his life for his country'. They don't die for the honour and glory of their country. We kill them."
- Rear-AdmiralGene R. LaRocque
The tent city of protesters on the west side of Philadelphia City Hall is more permanent as it marks one week. In that short time, "Occupy Philadelphia" has improved life for some of the city's most vulnerable.
The Occupy Philadelphia movement now has a library, a family zone and recycling bins. South Philadelphia resident Patrick DeWit, a bike courier, said the food operation is more organized than in the beginning, too.
"A week ago we were basically cutting bread on the floor, and now we have a full kitchen with storage shelves. And it's basically a professional kitchen that we can work out of a stove and a refrigerator at the Friends' Center--the Quaker Center down the street," said DeWit. "We have plenty of tables on site."
It's not just Occupy Philadelphia faithful heading to the food tent. Homeless people are here too.
Harvey Lockeridge is one such man taking advantage of the tent village's amenities. He held a flyer that read: "Harvey's Homeless Reality Tour at 4 p.m. daily presented by Occupy Philly's public relations team."
Lockridge said it's nice not to have Police wake him up at odd hours prodding him to move along.
"Oh I've had some great sleep!" said Lockeridge. "I finally got a tent, myself. I get food, too. I don't have to get up at an odd time in the morning. I can sleep as long as I need to."
A nurse working in the medic tent said homeless people are also taking advantage of the medical services. While she said she doesn't provide anything beyond bandages and a hug, those have come in handy for several street people. If the problem is more than she can deal with she'll get the police or an ambulance. That hasn't happened yet.