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  • I was standing up on the wall, watching the sun go down between the buildings.

    A bearded circus-worker-looking guy hopped up next to me, holding a simple homemade steadicam made from cut up ski poles and wrapped up black electrical tape, with a tiny GoCam screwed to the end. It was lodged into his armpit, and he was sweeping it back and forth, filming the crowd.

    “Man,” he said, and I turned my head to look at him, “it’s quite a movement.”

    “Sure is,” I said.

    “I tell you what," he said, "you can say whatever you want about it, but one thing is for sure and that is that we are occupying the shit out of this plaza.”

    “I guess we are,” I said.

    “Now I just need a woman to occupy my life,” he said. “Occupy Isaac. That’s the next occupation we need to make happen.”
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