The weekend is right about to start, which means you’ve got some reading to do.
Some occupation reading:
- What if blue-collar workers support Occupy Wall Street?
- Aaron Bady on the homeless and the unemployed at Occupy Oakland, and how some journalists only see rats.
- And also on how the city’s narrative spins, from ignoring the Occupy Oakland to allowing it to evicting it.
- On finding diversity in Liberty Square.
- Looking for a way to use money to spread information? Enter Occupy George, a really creative idea to inform others, actually.
- And if you want even more infographics, Occupy Design.
- The dogs of Occupy Wall Street, as seen at right.
- The Move On march at Occupy Oakland – protests within protests.
- Frank Ogawa Plaza isn’t just an occupation, it’s a community.
- Occupying LaLa Land in LA.
- Maybe it should be “we are the 30%?” – a short look at who is unhappy in Canada.
- Shit is fucked up and bullshit. Srsly.
- Some might want to rise up against the man, but what if we just prove that we don’t need the man anymore?
- Reflections from the Spanish assemblies for the Occupy movement.
The Canadian crimes plan, from Texas’ perspective.
How important is Ubeki-beki-beki-stan-stan, anyways?
From Thursday morning, the post-Qaddafi journalism you will read over the next 72 hours.
In a similar vein, headline predictions for the Ohio exotic animal incident.
Working in menial labor is worse for your mental health than being unemployed.
When it comes to central governments, maybe Somalia doesn’t need it.
We’re already doing it to Earth, let’s mine the fuck out of the moon!
Some men are so baffled by lesbians, they refuse to believe they exist.
A history of Schadenfreude, and other Germanisms.
If you’re selling stuff on eBay, does it matter what race you are?
What’s with these black women being all unmarried and stuff? Let’s get them married and fix all our problems!
Looks like Alabama’s unemployed aren’t ready to take the jobs that the undocumented workers were stealing from them.
And this Alabama deli owner was tarred and feathered for defending legal, documented workers. Way to be.
Wrangling university faculty is harder than herding cats, even with num nums.