Response to question in title:
Many young Atlantans are head prudes: slutty in practice, but stuck-up on discussing sex sober.
I love your empathetic, descriptive writing style. Didn't think someone could fix my broken heart for Alvear [Often unhelpful, but he's still the funniest man alive, haters!].
P.S. Smoking Shot = Super Hot! And cute nails.
Seems like Occupy Atlanta is occupying the Pine shelter as a last resort, since Reed keeps them out of the parks.
It's better than disbanding.
Some posters reminded me of my little brother.
My 20-year old brother believes OA is a bunch of ineffective douche bags. Like many of us young people, he thinks being apathetic is "cool." Therefore, activism is "uncool."
Even if they don't really know what they are doing, Occupy Atlanta still has plenty of impact.
"Because for the first time in more than half a century, a broad cross-section of the American public is talking about the concentration of income, wealth and political power at the top."
[copied and pasted Zed Smith]
The point is also to strike some fear into the establishment. And it works- why were they kicked out of the park for exercising freedom of expression and assembly? Why did a senator and former congressmen get arrested along with them?
Shakes things up, right? Like the sixties, but less drugs and sex.
Some OA are hipster douche-bags, but so are many of you! Support your local movement!
PS Love what you said zed smith, and eric pfeifer! Is Eric pfeifer the one I knew from GSU law? This is Val DG
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