Occupy SF ... San Francisco-Style

In New York City, they Occupy Wall Street movement has drawn thousands of people to the lower Manhattan area to protest "corporate greed." On one occasion, more than 700 protesters were arrested on the Brooklyn Bridge, sparking what some are calling a new era of dissenters. Meanwhile, in San Francisco, where the make-banks-pay movement has spread, things have been a little more, well, zen.

In case you don't work anywhere near the Financial District and haven't had the chance to see this group in action, here is what an average day for OccupySF protesters looks like:

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Alan Scherstuhl
When's lunch?

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Alan Scherstuhl
Because yoga will definitely put an end to corporate greed

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Alan Scherstuhl
Alan Scherstuhl

"This is What Democracy Looks Like . . . Limbering Up!"

Also, I saw Occupy Berkeley this weekend. It looks like someone just added signs to what is already going on at that corner each day.

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