It really is not a very park like place anymore.
You never could roller blade or bike ride in this park But now you can't sit on the ground or take a nap.
But you can eat breakfast there I stopped by my favorite vendor and had a no-pork BLT. They wont use pig, but they did put American cheese on my turkey-bacon, lettuce and tomato sandwich. Hay it ain't my rules, but putting cheese on a BLT is an abomination.
But the eviction of the OWS people form Zuccotti Park and it's subsequent sterilization left it kinda less than occupied. There were more cops than occupiers. The handful of occupiers that were left were not the type that were going to gain the attention and respect of the media or even left-wing radicals like my self. I am sorry, screaming "Jackson Brown is coming" into the air is not going to make we want to support your cause. But this sign that was not there would have
"I don't have a problem with you bring rich, it is just that I don't think you should be allowed to buy my government."
I predict that the fence that was placed around the park will remain there in one form or another for ever. This park will forever be occupied by the state, to prevent the people from moving back in. Maybe in future years that fence will be hacked up by the Rebels and turned into ammunition like the more famous fence only a few blocks away.