Retails for: $249
Retails at: $14.99 (plus tax)
Directions: Turn nozzle inward, directly spray into face. (Note: Please do not get anti-pepper spray confused with the actual pepper spray, which you will also be needing to buy for nights you sleep outside with a bunch of other homeless strangers.)
Retails at: $9.50
Retails at: $99.50 (Includes 3 toilet bags from CleanWaste.com)
Retails at: Priceless
Connecticut Lottery, HO
Retails for: Prices vary from $30 to a barter for free Phish tickets.
Retails at: The price of new Mercedes.
Retails at: $20 at Sears not including the extra shipping fee to have FedEx deliver it to "Liberty Plaza."
Retails at: ¿ ¿ ¿
Retails at: Around $5-10k, if you include the Final Cut editing suite, the iPhone, aircard, and the external hard drive. But can you put a price on grainy footage of what looks like a police officer arresting someone? No, no you can't.
Retails at: $7,000-9,000 (estimate)
Retails at: To give this gift to someone you love, you'd have to be rich enough to displace the current NYPD chief without raising too many eyebrows. Maybe if you were billionaire playboy Bruce Wayne or something, but since you're most likely not, just sign a petition for Commissioner Gordon and get your Occupier to forward it around until there are enough signatures. Sometimes you have to work for your gift!
(Getty Images/The Dark Knight)
Your Occupier would love nothing more than some personal one on one time with the enemy, so keep those pockets lined in case Mayor Bloomberg decides to rip a page from his friend Mr. Buffett this year.
Retails at: Conservative guesstimate? Around $500,000. (He's no Warren Buffett.)
Retails for: Priceless
It’s that special time of the year again, when Fifth Avenue is set a’twinkling with displays of opulent spending and every magazine advertisement beckons you to think not of yourself for once when engaging in egregious spending.
But gift giving can be hard! Especially, as they say, for the person in your life who has everything…though they never tell you how difficult it can be to shop for the person who has nothing.
What kind of stocking stuffer are you supposed to get your loved ones who are currently occupying Wall Street? Do they just want a card with some money in it, or is that offensive? Should you buy them something utilitarian to wear in the cold, or just send them a plane ticket home? And where are you supposed to send your gifts to, anyway? Care of Liberty Plaza, the local NYPD precinct, or the North Pole? (We hear the elves are picketing outside Santa’s factory because of the union lockout, so postal service might be iffy.)
We’ve spent months trying to decipher what exactly the Occupiers want. And while you may not be able to re-haul our entire system of government or end Fracking once and for all–you’d have to find out what it is first–we’ve come up with a list of 15 treats that are sure to please even the most picky protester this holiday season.