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Stay for the winter, just don't send us the bill

Hey, knock yourselves out.
It remains to be seen what is to be accomplished by a camp-in in the New York winter, but if that is what protesters want to do, more power to them, so long as they stay on private property and so long as the owners don’t mind.
It’s like camping out in your folks’ back yard.
If it’s OK with them, it’s OK with us.
See, as Wikipedia notes: “Zuccotti Park, formerly called Liberty Plaza Park, is a 33,000-square-foot publicly accessible park in “Lower Manhattan, New York City, privately owned by ...

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