Things OccupyBoston DOES have: community, tents, mud, microphones, spirit, love, kindness, rotting food, fresh food, signs, old people, young people, babies, a twitter account, a new website, excitement, loudness, police presence, clergy presence, a few folks we could do without, a drive to change the world.

Things OccupyBoston DOES NOT have: WiFi

I’m so sorry for the lack of blog posts lately.


2 Comments to “#OccupyBoston”

  1. I’m happy to sacrifice my personal joy at being able to read your words on a regular basis, knowing that you are doing important work for a good cause. Thanks so much!

  2. That’s a pretty good list of what we have! I’m sad to say I haven’t been down to camp this week – lots to do around this time of year. Hopefully this weekend I can join y’all again.

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