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8:25 Todd Gitlin raises some concerns about at least one OWS action — the "mockupy" night at the "Law and Order" faux Zuccotti. "Of course Occupy felt ripped off—it was ripped off…. But Occupy, however wrongfully evicted, is not the czar of the land. I hope that the demonstrators weren’t telling the TV people they had no right to shoot."
7:55 You can put Kickstarter campaign for OWS puppets for holiday street performance right here.
5:50 OccupyColumbus, attorney and blogger help halt a foreclosure in Ohio, video here.
4:45: Major postings at official OWS site on port and Goldman actions tomorrow, plus "evict Occupy–and we multiply."
2:10 CBS local covers port shutdown plan for Long Beach, Ca.
1:10 Occupyers across US without ports doing actions of support, e.g. Chicago targeting Goldman Sachs.
12:40 With 44 more arrests yesteday, @OccupyArrests now puts current tally at about 5480.
11:00 Thanks to Chuck Todd and Chris Hayes for tweeting mentions of my very OWS relevant "The Campaign of the Century" book finally out in an e-book edition. AND in a special two-day promo, Amazon has made four of my e-books FREE this weekend. Can be read with iPad, all phones, Kindles etc. Search for them at Amazon. They are: "Atomic Cover-up," "The Age of WikiLeaks," "Dead Reckoning’ (on the death penalty in America), and "Why Obama Won."