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Apropos 27Bstrokes on the "Occupy" comment: I hope St. Onge meant it as an ironic contrast with the so-called Occupy Movement whose odd notion of the meaning of "occupation" is to squat on someone else's property while eating food paid for by someone else, and complaining that their $150,000 education doesn't mean anything to an employer who's looking for people who can actually do something. The nice footage of the occupation of woodturning alone is an eloquent refutation of the Occupy Movement.
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