Screaming at people that are just as frustrated as you, that are just trying to work, is kind of hypocritical. Incidents like this were the death knell to the OWS movement long before it was struck at it’s epicenter.
I think people are just going to get more frustrated now that consequences are starting to be felt; however, there are still people looking for jobs while others protest in parks. There are still others working for free to ‘maintain marketable job skills,’ for when the dust settles and those of us lucky enough get chained to a desk have to get back to work. There are still those who are just getting into this shitty situation that we are all dealing with.
Although, vacating private property under the guise of hygienic clean up measures is not going to stop whatever OWS will become when it grows up and starts reading terms of service agreements before it pays bills; but that is something the people in the atrium of the Deutsche bank should think about when they make decisions for the rest of them or us 99% folks: however that works. (sorry for the loaded language and lack of snarky self-aware commentary in parenthetical-i’ll get back to it when the interweb makes me giggle or go wide eyed in astonishment [had to use it-kindah works-poignant contemporary social satire-ish … whatever-shut it])