Monthly Archives: April 2012

What to Do While You’re Striking This Tuesday

(Have you checked out my book on the 1st incarnation of OWS? You should, it’s getting quite excellent reviews. Check it out!) The reason Occupy has seemed quiet in the past month despite the rather precocious shift in the weather … Continue reading

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Charles Murray, Modern Race Scientist

(If you haven’t already (and if you have, thanks for the support), check out my memoir of the inaugural Occupy fall, now on sale at Amazon.) Two weeks ago my father sent me a series of enthusiastic text messages regarding … Continue reading

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Pondering the Decline of Occupy

First off, you should all check out my book on the Occupy fall. It’s funny, quick, and people seem to like it so far. Check it out. My good friend from Occupy and all-around terrific lady D posted this to … Continue reading

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A Defense of Acquaintances

I got a very interesting question in the comments section of my film Acquaintances today. Rwordplay wrote: Dan, Not entirely sure I understand the point of the exercise. I think think it’s difficult to transcend the banal—it is obligatory for … Continue reading

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The Book is On Sale!

My memoir of Occupy Wall Street’s first incarnation, a labor of love and much coffee, is now on sale in the Amazon kindle store. A softcover edition will hopefully be out by the end of the month. Check it out … Continue reading

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