"... to an odd kind of testimonial. It is the main lesson of the Occupy movement: that bodies matter, and radical action can be defined by bodies in space standing against overt and covert assumptions and assertions of totalizing power."
Some impressive "Recall Walker" signage on a Highway 41 overpass.
Yes, I think it can be easily done/Just take everything down to Highway 41...
But what's the rest of that self-mythologizing prose about? Bodies in space... overt and covert...?? They're mainly saying that by having people outside, in the cold, holding signs, it's more powerful than just having a sign stuck up on its own. Clearly, it's more powerful from the subjective standpoint of the individuals holding the signs. So powerful it threatens to tip over into insanity. Let's hope it's not too contagious. I don't think it is. Haven't seen much at all about Occupy lately.