Occupy Wall Street is lookin’ more profesh by the minute. The movement’s finance committee has replaced the paint and water gallon buckets it was using to collect $1,000 a day in cash donations with lockboxes chained in place. “Occupy Wall Street General Fund,” the box says in Sharpie, marking one of the movement’s first blatant attempts to establish a centralized authority. The lockboxes are “official;” the kids with the bucket labeled, “$ FOR PUPPIES,” are not.
The old method: