Mayor Bloomberg Has 99 (Percent) Problems But Noise Ain't One (Well, Until Now)

Occupy Wall Street made their way up Fifth Avenue on Sunday armed with drums, frying pans—some so recently used they still had remnants of  lunch in them—buckets, cow bells, sticks, tambourines, flagpoles, paint pots, lids, hands, harmonicas, trumpets, guitars and children. In short, anything and everything they could find to use as an instrument. This was with the aim of “annoying the rich people who live around here,” said protestor, Charles Young. The more specific aim was to “annoy” mayor Bloomberg, whose residence on 79th and 5th, was the chosen location for the Sunday afternoon,  24 hour drum-circle. Read More

Mayor Bloomberg Has 99 (Percent) Problems But Noise Ain't One (Well, Until Now)