Can we get this dialogue going that we don't want to create centralized roles in the park because living in the park doesn't facilitate the me time required to rest. Bottom Lining laundry all together lead to giant piles of laundry where everyones stuff got stolen. Centralized kitchen lead to food lines and a never ending stream of drug addicts. Same with Comfort being just a blind giveaway.
If people don't have what we have and they need it we need to give it. And right now what people need is NOT THINGS but SKILLS. We need people to be coming down to the park and learning how to occupy from the occupiers while the occupiers learn how to assemble from the organizers. Skills take time to pass from one to another so we need patience.
Teach a man to fish and all that.
Break out groups on why we occupy. Getting to know each other. Groups that work not working groups.—The preceding unsigned comment was added by SageCatharsis (talk • contribs)