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27 comments to “Hollywood Is NOT Happy About The Clearing Of Occupy Wall Street”

  1. Wheel says – reply to this


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    Don't these actors realize they are part of the 1%? You can't have it both ways!



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    Oh BOO HOO!!!! If Hollywood felt so darn bad about it why don't those folks hand over some of their money to the people that need it.

    To me they are part of the 1%, some of them make more money an episode on a TV then I make in a year..CRY CRY HOLLYWOOD.



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    The park is full of dirt bags,
    you have people shitting , pissing on the street
    Drugs, sex, muggings are all going on
    It's a health hazard, it's a safety hazard

  4. KRon says – reply to this


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    Re: radish – AMEN Radish



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    Re: Wheel – i know! theyre so retarded



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    hey hoLLyweirdd,take care of your own problems in oakland !fyi, z park is over-run with rats and there were health issues,also the occupiers were refusing to share the [free-donated food with the homeless ,and they were messing big time with the local business.and your boy jay j who wanted to sell occupy tshits [i meant that] wasn't going to donate a dime for the cause.so i say to you..STFU

  7. buck says – reply to this


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    i feel like i need a shower just reading about these steet occupy guys.



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    These Hollywood people are too stupid to realize they are the 1%. Alec Baldwin does a commercial for Capital One Bank-one of the biggest banks there is. Also, the park is a public place and is required by law to be open to the public. No one else can get in there beside the idiots that don't know why they are protesting. Give it up already. PS - Michael Moore has shares in publicly owned "big companies". What a bunch of fucking hypocrites.

  9. buck says – reply to this


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    what cracks me up is these occupy street guys think they are the 99%, more like the the the .005% of the losers in this country that can't compete.



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    Funny.. I don't remember the 1st Amendment giving people the right to CAMP in a park. Maybe I went to a different courses in college then these actors? Maybe I read the 1st Amendment. I'll read it again.. let's see.. Protest, Yep.. Freedom of speech.. yep.. Camping.. NOPE.. not there. It also said that protesters have the right to "air grievances" and seek a resolution. They have done nothing but whine.. no list.. no demands.. just some camping on the privately owned park that is open to the public 24/7 for Recreation.. (sleeping is not recreation)



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    All a bunch of phonies. And they well know it.

  12. buck says – reply to this


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    Re: Athena0619 – maybe they think 1st Amendment Rights include raping, murdering, deal drugs, deficating, urinating and violence.



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    I'd love to see Russell Simmons' reaction if hundreds of unwashed loudmouths showed up outside his luxury apartment, banging drums for hours on end and relieving themselves on the sidewalk. I'm sure he wouldn't mind if his daughters had to witness this behavior or if they couldn't even do their homework because of the constant noise. This is what the families who live in the Zuccotti Park neighborhood have had to deal with for weeks.



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    I wish they would let them stay there as long as they want to. The clean, working people can step over them and they can continue to hang out wallowing in their feces/urine, diseased filthy little tents. They should be totally ignored by everyone.

  15. Rohan says – reply to this


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    These people need to occupy a job!



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    I love how these guys continue to blame Bloomberg…meanwhile Zucotti park is privately owned and the owers have NOW just issued a notice to the Mayor's office that they would like OWS protesters (along with the homeless, drug addicts, and rapists fronting as protesters) removed. If I'm not mistaken, one of the rules the owners had listed for the park was that you could not set up tents. The owners of Zucotti park are the ones that FINALLY decided to wake up and ask that the protesters leave. The NYPD was there to make sure it happened. And it was a long time coming as I have friends living in the area that feel unsafe just going home because of these people. Not to mention the hard working people that are harrassed daily that work on Wall St that do NOT make rediculous salaries. Some of which had to start their day with human sheilds blocking the office building entrances. I read a story about an owner of an art gallery in the area who stopped wearing a suit becuase he was harrassed daily. So bascially they are down there screaming at anyone in a suit assuming they are bank CEO's and greedy evil stock brokers LOL. Crazy…



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    It's hilarious that these PROFESSIONAL liberal entertainers are supporting the "cause" that is pissed at the "1%". Of course the "celebrities" are some of the 1% the protestors are bitching about. NYC certainly has the right to clean up the discusting mess this group of messy pigs are making in the city. They are all assholes. GET A FUCKING JOB>



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    Why don't these stupid Hollywood people pay for the cleanup and up keep it takes the city for the OWS people. Oh they can't, they are part of the 1%.



  19. 19

    how does squatting in a park have anything to do with First Amendment rights. It is against the law to camp in the park so they should be put out. How is living in a park helping anyone?



  20. 20

    Who gives a rat's ass what celebrities think?



  21. 21

    I find it fascinating that mentioning Peter B. Lewis on a blog is off limits to Perez Hilton.



  22. 22

    I find it fascinating that mentioning George Soros on a blog is off limits to Perez Hilton.



  23. 23

    "standing ITS ground"
    get a better spellcheck.



  24. 24

    Are they gonna clean up the shit and piss and vomit and bail local businesses out who have lost money and are having their property trashed?

    Probably not.

    On this one thing? Fuck off, Hollywood.



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    Let me just add this: I, a recent law graduate with no full-time job at the moment, went on an interview at an office in downtown Manhattan about 3 blocks from the protest. The subway I had to take to get home had an entrance 1 block from the park which required me to walk past the protest. Having been on an interview, I was in a suit and carrying my messenger bag. I was BERATED, HECKLED, and HARASSED by these "protesters" because they ASSUMED that I was a typical wall street worker that they so openly despise. What they fail to realize is that I AM ALSO THE 99%, AND JUST BECAUSE I WEAR A SUIT DOESN'T MEAN I'M RICH! ignorance is FLOURISHING in zucotti park. It's DISGUSTING over there anyway, smells horrible.



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    Don't any of these people have jobs? Or a home to go to? Seriously go home. We get it you've been protesting for two months. Stop acting like animals.



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    Too bad what6 Hollywood thinks. I still wonder who is paying all of these peoples bills while they take over buildings and parks that are p[rivately owned and parks that are paid for by the nother taxpayers. It is a chinch they dont have jobs and if unemployment they are supposed to be out looking for jobs or they are on welfare or maybe wall street has made them wealthy enough so they dont have to work?? Or the husbands or wives are carrying all the load while they camp out at the parks?? EAither way go home and get a law passed and stop with the making of other people having to walk aroundyou in the streets and making them late for their jobs. Inconviencing those that are lucky enough to have a job is not right. Go home and get laws passed.