by Steed Dropout
Sept. 19, 2016
Micah M. White, center in white shirt, a founder of Occupy Wall Street movement, and a new Berkeley resident. Photo by Ted Friedman.
The co-founder of Occupy Wall Street was based in Berkeley where his wife took a post-doc in rhetoric.
During an Occupy General Assembly at Bank of America Civic center Plaza, Occupy’s wife was sitting on a popular homeless bench when I got off a shot from nearby. She saw me take the shot and demanded to know why.
“You’ve got a doctorate in Rhetoric, you ought to know,” I rhetored. Rhetoric, has nothing to do with this. Yet that’s what I said.
The rhetorician complained about me to her husband, Occupy co-founder, Micah M. White.
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