Occupy Denver: Meet the wearable protest tent, the latest fashion statement in occupation gear
There are many faces to Occupy Denver's protests, and some of them are legitimately funny. As further proof that not all civil disobedience is illegal or even ultimately that serious, last night the occupation debuted the protest tent. It is exactly what it sounds like, if it sounds to you like a full-grown adult walking Broadway wearing a small tent covered in signs.
Image courtesy of Not My Tribe
The photos above come to you from the website Not My Tribe, and they show the protest tent's first steps yesterday. As long as the tent stays hitched to a human and above ground, police are allowing it, providing that the bold fashion statement also not be accompanied by jaywalking.
|Photo courtesy of Not My Tribe|
Now that sounds like an idea with legs.
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