First and foremost, thank you for all the money I received to pay for school.
Please do not send me more statements as I don't owe you a penny. I paid you already. You received money from the Government. You also received money from people when you imposed ridiculous fees, some of them hidden by the way, and I'm not taking about the $35.00 I paid you every time my checking account had an overdraft, I'm talking about the $10.00 fee the operator mentioned when I wanted pay my utility bill, car installment, etc. over the phone.
Sitting in a studio, the clock is ticking. Your heart races, your mind is running even faster, you check every detail of your broadcast, the chat is going well, you advertise like crazy, you sponsor a professional radio show and voilà, the camera is on and you broadcast your show. Well, it didn't go exactly as like that, but after the bugs get straightened out, the kinks ironed out, the show ran flawlessly.
We heard about Occupy Oakland's Move-In Day and read about their plans to occupy space and convert it into a community center. I was excited to participate in their actions, for both the learning experience and as a way to start connecting better with other occupations. In reference to Occupy Oakland, we are one and the same movement. We are all occupiers. We are brothers and sisters. And solidarity sees no regional difference.