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Occupy LA Plans Big March on 11-11-11: In New York OWS is Taking Over Central Park That Day

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Thu, Nov 10, 2011 at 8:06 AM

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Some people are banking on a good luck day as the strange date 11-11-11 hits tomorrow. Folks are even reportedly flocking to Las Vegas for quickie marriages.

In L.A. they'll be protesting in the streets again. Following Wednesday's citywide actions against banks -- from a sit-in in the middle of the Wilshire-Westwood intersection to the takeover of a downtown Bank of America -- the Occupy massive will be at it again.

This time there will be a march from ...

... City Hall to the Financial District (again).

They're gathering at -- you guessed it -- 11:11 a.m. The marchers take off at 12:30 p.m.

Will there be the kind of disruption seen at the California Plaza B of A Wednesday afternoon, when hundreds of protesters showed up and more than a few embedded themselves inside (and at least one tent was pitched)?

Who knows. But the Occupy nation seems to be making the most of the anomalous date: In New York Occupy Wall Street plans to take over Central Park.


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