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Laptops were stolen from Occupy Philly

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Laptops were stolen from Occupy Philly communication tent and email chatter ceased. Old laptops that don't send pictures or sound out of the attic or something may be helpful. Someone could come and let others send emergency communication while they watch. Old news, I again think a phone with a lot of mailboxes would be something for more stable communication. This may be the worst moment for this to happen with the city breathing down everyone's neck.

Laptops were stolen from Occupy Philly communication tent and email chatter ceased. Old laptops that don't send pictures or sound out of the attic or something may be helpful. Someone could come and let others send emergency communication while they watch. Old news, I again think a phone with a lot of mailboxes would be something for more stable communication.
 
This may be the worst moment for this to happen with the city breathing down everyone's neck.
RichardKanePA
 

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You need a translator

Good grief, Richard, your posts are so fucking badly written that the reader needs a translator to even start to understand what you have written.

Old laptops that don't send pictures or sound out of the attic or something may be helpful. LOL, what the hell does that even mean?

Someone could come and let others send emergency communication while they watch. Oh, really? Why would someone want to do that?

Old news, I again think a phone with a lot of mailboxes would be something for more stable communication. No shit!!! Well go out and buy one, moron.

Effective communication is not your forte, huh, Richard. LOL you fail as a blogger, better get another occupation that suits you. Better let someone else write your resume, though.

Perhaps I should point out why feel like I do,

I have some problems with computer literacy and I'm not on Facebook, or Twitter, learning computers after 60 isn't easy.

I talked with union activists at Occupy Philly about setting up a phone system at their union with a lot of mail boxes for Occupy Philly information. Maybe someone could put a multi-message phone in my apartment on 22nd Street if no one will volunteer space closer. So far other then hot beverage I provided a few showers, for those who called from the Friends Center.

Back in the 70's the able-bodied were kicked off welfare. I had no knowledge what Hypoglycemia was except after panhandling if I tried to make a cup of coffee a meal I would lose my ability to concentrate. So I fought with myself to buy something else instead and also fought with myself not to eat out of trash cans. However once I gave in and finished a cup of coffee someone hurrying to get on the subway service left on the bench. Anyway I was impressed with the homeless coming for hot tea and and proud of their 99% buttons and new found social conscience.

Back in the 70's a friend of mine was considered a trouble maker because he would be kicked out of soup kitchens after arguing with those butting in line. Anyway I believe what the Occupy movement is doing to America's psychic is priceless.

Correction:

Some laptop equipment is being stored at the Friends Center for safe keeping, according to a contact at "Fight for Philly"

I'll state more, when I have all the details.

Anyway it is hard to know what is going on if one is not a computer whiz. And the last time I showed up no clear posting of events either.

Did you get back the laptops?

Did you get back the laptops?