Make 'em a sammich, woman. The Indian Wars were not won by shooting Indians. They were won by shooting bison. It always comes down to having enough food to go the distance.Bring it to the people occupying the Federal Reserve building. They're ones smart enough to pick the right target, even if most of them haven't figured out a correct solution yet. If you don't get a dandelion up by root it just grows back.
Funny you mention food... I am going to the farmers' market tomorrow and decided to buy some extra goodies for our Occupying pals! ;-)But what about the power they need to generate their camps?
what about donating the parts? do they have the bikes? what do they need, and can we duplicate that in SF.i also want to take food to SF...jussayin. woot.
Yeah, that's what I mean... instead of donating $$$, is there a way to give parts? I personally do not have them. Who could we ask? I'm going to be at the market tomorrow, so I'm gonna stop by and talk to them.
=v= There are my NYC peops, definitely always a good cause. They are also using cargo bikes to take compost from Zuccotti Park to community gardens.One of the people who does electrical work for Rock The Bike has set up a power-generating bike at #OccupySF, because great minds think alike.
I'm betting a scraper bike or two might be welcome at any Occupation. I'm always boosting back and forth for supplies and communications at Occupy Chico.If you've got a functional but rarely used bike gracing your garage consider making a donation.
We know a few people here that can donate stuff because they have spare parts lying around their garage, spare bikes or even own bike stores. Let's see what we can pull together after we chat about what they need. If they don't know what they need, we can still see if we can recreate the RTB bike on a smaller scale.
So when I went there on Saturday, I got the impression that if we want to help and contribute, we should probably build it ourselves. They would be very happy to receive that contribution. Let's talk about it at Bike Expo, y'all.
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