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Top Three Occupy Wall Street Tents


There have been endless clips on the news of police officers, decked in riot gear of course, forcefully removing Wall Street Occupiers from all over the country from San Francisco to Denver and naturally back to New York.

So many shots of police dismantling occupy tents have flooded over the news, it can only make one wonder....

QATFYG:
What is the best Occupy Movement Tent?

Number 3: The Five Room Wall Tent



If you're going to fight the cold, why not fight in luxury? This will show the top 1% that their days at the top are numbered as you defend your mission of success for all. You will have the wits and know how to live it up on the streets with five tent rooms for you and all of the people that you would like to fornicate with during this movement. The only downside is when the police raid the camp, you will stand out the most and be the first to go.

Number 2: Traditional Dome Tent



This is a timeless tent that will hold up under any condition. It is commonly recognizable from most camping stores, and the set up is extremely easy. If you need to suddenly run from the police, you can dismantle the dome tent and move quickly to another park. NOTE: if you smoke dope in this tent, it will most likely burn down.

And the Number One Occupy Wall Street Tent Goes To....

Number 1: The Camouflage Tunnel Tent


While the police are bombarding your camp, you can feel cozy and warm in this small area, which will fill easily with body heat. Perhaps, the police will not even notice you or mistake your low to the ground tent as just another giant out of place log that floats around in so many city parks.

In all seriousness,
stay safe and is this image posted even a tunnel tent? My Boy Scout sense says otherwise, and if Former Asst. Penn St. Coach Jerry Sandusky is reading this...STOP GOOGLING BOY SCOUTS!

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