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Final draft: Occupy L.A.

Above: On the Red Line, Saturday, before the march from Pershing Square to City Hall. Looked like they knew what they wanted to say.

Chicken Corner rode the Red Line Saturday to occupy L.A. She found a lively, boisterous, peaceful crowd, ran into various friends and neighbors. The police seemed relaxed. The message focused on the numbers 99 and 1. It looked like a huge crowd -- there was little room to move easily during the walk from Pershing Square to City Hall, which is why I was surprised to see the L.A. Times story placed on page 37A.

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