Friday, July 20, 2012

Free Friday Poster Giveaway Featuring CHUCK SPERRY. The OCCUPY Edition

 What we've got here is failure to communicate. Some men just can't be reached. Since its inception in September 2011, the Occupy Movement has generated both praise and condemnation. A direct response to the financial instability, subprime mortgage crisis and the decline of trust in the government’s ability to effectively address the problems in the labor market, it continues to resonate in the American consciousness. In response to the significant output of art and documentation produced in support of the Occupy Movement in Oakland and San Francisco, YBCA has put together an exhibition of works that have proven to be particularly effective in supporting the goals and aspirations of the Movement. Impressively, various political poster artists devoted their talents to messaging the politics and culture of the movement by creating iconic images — designs that were a call to action, or posters announcing an upcoming event. In many ways these works, by twenty-five Bay Area artists, carry forward the region’s long tradition as a leader in political struggles, from the Free Speech Movement of the 1960s, to struggles by communities of color in the 1970s, to AIDS activism in the 1980s. The exhibition also includes a selection of photo journalistic and documentary photography and video that serve as a record of the events around the Occupy Movement.

To learn more and see the schedule GO HERE



In support of this effort and to spread the word Chuck Sperry is giving you my fine readers the chance to win 9 of his Occupy Posters. That's right 9 people will win the poster and one lucky random person will win his beautiful Mind Spring Poster along with the Occupy Poster. We did have the idea of giving away 99 of them to represent the 99%, but that was going to be very difficult.

The Mind Spring poster is an edition of 50 22 x 28 6 color silkscreen



 Now go to the top of the post above the picture and click on comments to leave a comment about what you think should be done to make things better to have a chance at winning the poster. Don't worry if your comment does not appear immediately I have to approve them before they are published. I will use the random number generator to pick a winner. Entries are limited to ONE PER PERSON PER HOUSEHOLD. Please leave your name with the comment, comments without names will not be accepted. Entries will be accepted until midnight PDT Saturday July 21  that's two days to enter with the winner announced on Sunday.

Since some people can't read instructions if you leave more than one comment I will be deleting them all and you will have to do it again, meaning if Sally leaves 3 comments I will delete them all and she will have to do it again. ONE comment per person. It's not that hard, we're not saving lives here just giving away a poster.

Thank you to Chuck Sperry for providing an insane amount of posters for the giveaway and for supporting the Occupy Movement

159 comments:

  1. Hi,
    nice shot :) I would love to get it.

    Best regards,
    Jean-Baptiste

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  2. We need to regulate the financial sector and tax corporations who send jobs and profits overseas! Thanks Chuck!!

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  3. Thanks for this generous giveaway!

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  4. Term limits for politicians.
    skip hart

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  5. There should be a Chuck Sperry monument in every city!!
    Thanks

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  6. Thanks Chuck for all the great work you do!

    Gordon Monk

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  7. Time to Find a proper gains tax to make sure the rich pay their share.

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  8. I love Chuck's work!! I'm in!!

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  9. We need Robin Hood!

    Cheers guys, love chucks work!

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  10. They need stronger oversight to reduce insider trading and corporate schemes that end up harming the individuals.

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  11. "So you get what we had here last week, which is the way he wants it... well, he gets it. I don't like it any more than you men"

    Arran

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  12. We need specific task forces to go after corruption in corporations, banking & politics.
    Chris Dalton

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  13. Chuck.....are Countrry needs an overhaul

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  14. Fire all of the politicians!

    shaftyjay at gmail dot com

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  15. We just need politicians whose focus is not on their pocket, but instead focus on the people's needs. gov't spending is out of control.

    Christopher Jones

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  16. Quit your day job.........focus on your art.
    We can heal the world with killer poster designs!!!!!!
    Hehehehehe.
    jeff
    moonduckie78()gmail

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  17. Pass a constitutional amendment that prohibits private money from going to politicians. End lobbying, get the (private) money out of politics.

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  18. We need to focus our goverment on problems within the US and quit bailing out other countries for a while until our nation is back on track.

    Chucks posters are incredible!!

    Bryan Simmons
    unklebry2@yahoo.com

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  19. Hope one of these babies occupies a wall in my house!

    Jethro

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  20. Changes need to be made from top to bottom. The Financial sector needs a complete overhaul and our political system needs to be changed so that it doesn't take a rich man to become President. Also the 2 party system is killing the US.

    P.S. Amazing job Squirt!

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  21. Tax the rich! Thanks for the contest! Mitch

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  22. We need a pie eating contest. thanks chuck! :)

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  23. Cincinnati needs some love

    justin.volz()meyertool.com

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  24. Just let Chuck make all the design in the bank's offices..
    Thanks

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  25. Corporate greed leads to social and economic inequality, the amount of people at or below "poverty level" and unemployed and homeless is disgraceful to allow to occur for far too long. Maybe we should take lessons out of the The Dobe Ju/'hoansi culture where people look after each other and share food, while in our country more goes to waste - while plenty are hungry. If we can find a happy medium, we would all be better off.

    Thank you for the opportunity and Chuck's work speaks for itself!

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  26. Well it's my birthday so if everyone just wished me a happy birthday that would make things better

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  27. Student loans locked at 1% interest. Amnesty for federal student loans that are over 5 years old that have been on-time. An education should not make you an indentured servant.

    Eminent Domain to turn foreclosed houses into public housing. Banks should not be allowed to sit on, or worse, demolish, houses when people are in need.

    Single-payer health insurance.

    Credit cards locked to no more than 5% above Prime Rate.

    PS: Just got my first Sperry (Patti Smith print). Gorgeous work! Can't wait to see more.

    Chad Thomas

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  28. Financial system reform. Never-ending, unlimited commitment to visibility and transparency to Wall Street policies, procedures, and results.

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  29. the banks need to be held accountable

    nice print, thanks for the opportunity to win one

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  30. Stop allowing both parties to kick the can down the road....

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  31. Awesome. Love the posters. Thanks!
    -Nick Pensabene

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  32. Clearly nothings being done to regulate the financial sector. There was an opportunity for appropriate regulations w/the financial collapse of '08. Instead of breaking up these banks, there are now actually fewer banks w/more $ and power. It has to stop and these people need to be held accountable for their misdeeds when the next collapse occurs.

    Thanks as always!

    Robert Scofield
    thescofieldkid ()hotmail

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  33. Control for smilers can't be bought! thanks...

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  34. Nice... Could this be my first Sperry???

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  35. We need banks to focus on the customer, rather than the shareholder.

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  36. Thank you, Chuck, for this great opportunity for a great cause. What I think would be an enormous step for the Occupy movement is a centralized location on the internet to place ideas, with a petition-type voting system, where the public can decide in an effective and organized manner how they think change should come about. As someone who has never participated in an Occupy protest, I feel too uninformed to participate in discussions about it - and, at the risk of representing other opinions than my own, I think that's likely a problem others share.

    I genuinely would love a simplistic rundown on what the public consensus is on problems occurring, shown in an easy-to-comprehend manner, and the ability to see what the 'general public' believes can be done.

    As someone who's never participated in an Occupy movement protest, I have failed at understanding it; seeing it only as people in financial dire straits complaining that the wealthy are too wealthy, and holding flags up to bring about change. I know this is not what the movement is about, but it would be nice to hear what the movement IS about.

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  37. I think if everyone was just given a a single cupcake every morning with their favorite frosting flavor everyone would start their day with so much more love in their heart. With all of this extra love in their hearts, people can move foward making better decisions for our society as a whole! You have to feel better in order to do better. And once you do better, you feel better! It's a win/win situation!

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  38. There's no free lunch, balance the budget

    John. Planr4321@aol.com

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  39. flat tax baby.
    richard morsa
    ogrjmj@yahoo.com

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  40. Leaving behind the antiquated 2 party system would do wonders for cleaning out much of the corporate filth in politics - we need a new generation of thinkers leading us not yesterdays money grabbers.

    Aaron Harlow

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  41. The financial sector needs to take accountability for their actions - more than just paying a "fine" with the interest that was made on the money the took from their "customers." As for the American youth, we need to form a concentrated movement against the Baby Boomer elitists that are dividing our country. The only way to do this is vote them out of Washington and to OCCUPY.
    - Eric Blevins

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  42. We can start with mandatory compassion and mindfulness courses for everyone, especially executives and politicians.

    Thanks Guys!
    Jason V

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  43. Raising awareness that the 99% includes people who are doing ok, even people driving BMWs and Buicks, would make people think. People thinking that champage and lets face it, art prints, are only for the actually-very-rich are missing the point. The super-rich are very different. Shut 'em down.

    Thanks to both you and Chuck for setting this up!
    chris s. cstave () gmail

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  44. This looks awesome!

    Adam Giroux

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  45. As Warren G and Nate Dogg said, "REGULATE"

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  46. I like everybody's ideas. What's needed is a change of perspective. Today, greed is rewarded and generosity is disdained. Needs to be the reverse.

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  47. We needed less partisan politics.


    ackirkpatrick@yahoo.com

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  48. who watches the watchmen?

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  49. Matt Abernathy

    Limit corporate profits on health care to reduce costs

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  50. We need people that aren't self centered as leaders!

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  51. Tax reform that is not as corporation friendly as the current system. Complicated issue, but all signs point back to the dollar bill.

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  52. I am local to the Bay Area and have been following the Occupy Protests in both San Francisco and Oakland for about a year now. I agree with Chuck that there needs to be an awakening sense of people power and I think that the citizens of the Bay Area have been awakened!

    I think that it will take strong action to make the changes needed to get this country back on track and Chuck Sperry's "This Is Our City and We Can Shut It Down" is a great message that will continue to motivate people to do what is necessary for change.

    We are the people and we have the power to SHUT IT DOWN.

    As always Great work Chuck!

    Peace Out!

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  53. Great looking poster with a very important message for the 99% to unite! Ever so important during this election year with the 1% trying to buy the election!
    Larry Porter

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  54. Start with electing Ron Paul

    Thanks for the giveaway!

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  55. Regulate the banks and hold executives accountable for taking advantage of their customers!

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  56. A government by the people, for the people. Not a government for businesses. Capitalism is not a form of government. It is an economic system. Let our votes speak and show the world that democracy works!

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  57. Thank you CHUCK and ITRPF, very generous!!!

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  58. The opposite of most of the stuff happening now.

    Thanks for the opportunity, Chuck and ITRPF.

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  59. The opposite of most of the stuff happening now. Especially closely monitoring the financial sector and the head honchos.

    Thanks for the opportunity, Chuck and ITRPF.

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  60. Maybe we should use some of the oil that we "liberated" to lower gas prices. You cannot expect people to purchase goods or taking vacations (also more costly due to gas prices) when they are worried about about the price of gas... Isn't it funny how gas prices are lower during an election year... Just sayin

    Ted Cooper

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  61. We can start by stopping our bullying of the world and spending our efforts/money here on our people. -Rick C.

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  62. Tired of every product, minus food, being produced in China and supporting a communist nation.

    Thanks for the giveaway,
    Austin

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  63. chuck, you rock! thank you : )

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  64. That's easy, vote Sperry in 2012.

    Jason Shults

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  65. Revise and simplify the tax code and close the loop holes that exist!

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  66. Here in Canada, we need the pubic to be aware of government spending and give them a chance to voice concern before our politicians spend billions of dollars in wasted services and expenses.

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  67. Bankers need to have real consequences. Bankers basically brought down the entire financial system as we know it and instead of the leaders of these banks getting criminal charges they were rewarded with golden parachutes. This won't stop as long as the people at the top know they can keepgettingaway with it

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  69. Thanks to Gary and Chuck for this great contest!

    There are many things that need to be addressed to get our great country back on it's feet but corruption and waste in all branches of our government (Federal, State and Local) need to be addressed first. If you don't kill the cancer of corruption/waste, it will perpetuate no matter what else changes.

    Jon Housknecht

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  70. Thank you very much for the opportunity-- James Willingham

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  71. We all need to work some amount of empathy into our cultural ethic if not our business ethic.

    --Sam Armstrong

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  72. Money needs to become less important than people.

    -jessica

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  73. We need to continuously get smarter as individuals, not depend on Uncle Scam to support us, and beat these crooks at their own game by not supporting their predatory products. Eliminate the supply of their power - uneducated consumerism - and it will leave them powerless...we can all start by supporting aspiring and accomplished artists like Chuck Sperry!

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  74. We need to realize our limitations when it comes to money. Set priorities.

    -Erika

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  75. Hold the large corporations with sky rocketing prices on their goods and record profits accountable. Oil. They are the cause of the inflation felt by every sector. The reason hard working people making the right decisions are unable to get ahead and really barely break even. Something has to give. Lets keep this real and focus where the source of the problem is. Thanks Chuck for the opp.
    -Michael Groover

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  76. Everyone needs to change. Beginning with ourselves, people need to be comfortable living within their means - what ever level that is at. Governments need to act for the interests of the people, protecting our savings and pensions through legislation, our bankers need to act responsibly for their clients, and pay responsibly against performance. The stock markets and the people buying shares need to think about what their actions drive companies and banks to do in the search for never ending profits.

    No one comes out of this without a need to change, we need to recognise what we can do, and vote for and invest with people who share and demonstrate these values. The first step begins with us

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  77. Never let funding for education get cut. Support arts education in schools. Grow a creative class and hope we overtake the corporate control of the masses.

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  78. Things need to change with regards to how closely connected the financial industry is with those who we elect. Their interests lie in making money.

    -Kelsey kh5095@gmail.com

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  79. Lots needs to be done the hardest part is where to begin?? ROB

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  80. Unfortunately this world will always be filled with greed and corruption. Thanks for the chance!


    travj5@yahoo.com

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  81. being able to apply for jobs without credit checks and drug tests.

    Jason Ochs

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  82. Well Chuck I think it is simple I think it comes down to our kids we are loosing them,it seems like education is just not that important anymore. We have to do something about it, what people forget is our kids are going to be taking care of us. We have to do something now before it is really to late.

    Jesse Sidwell

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  83. Politicians are public servants and their finances need to be clear and above board.

    Steve H.

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  84. A shift in priorities!
    Scott Johnston

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  85. Teaching is not a lost art, but the regard for it is a lost tradition.

    lets change this

    Micah
    mwbrewdog123@yahoo.com

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  86. Thanks for the poster giveaway. The Occupy movement, who I fully support, need a list of demands that are in line with what the public would back. That would help financial reform and the rich from getting richer and the poor from being poorer and the middle class from disappearing.
    Thx,
    Ray - milehighphan@comcast.net

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  87. does the entire country

    thats what we need to do


    jon
    quizzard_2000@yahoo.com

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  88. Anyone over retirement age should not be allowed in a government position! The world has passed them by!

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  89. This may not solve any problems but one thing we need is better music. Our times are just as troubling as those in the past, but in the 60's and 70's musicians were artists with their finger on the pulse of America. I just don't see that with modern (popular) music.

    Thanks for contest!

    Drew - sogr8ful@yahoo.com

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  90. Less guns, more love.

    Peace,
    Jesse S.

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  91. Thanks for bring this to the forefront. The more education the better off we will all be. People looking at what the government does, is a great start.

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  92. The SINGLE biggest thing that we can do to fix this country is for people to start thinking for themselves, rather than believing everything they hear in the media and partaking in the sheeple mentality. Once (if it ever actually happens, which is doubtful) the American public starts asking questions and doing the proper research into who they are electing and what policies their elected officials actually support, and more importantly what is actually being done by their elected officials, the entire political system would be reborn into a true democracy. Too many people follow the mob mentality and like to complain about the things that are wrong with the country before they even understand the real issues. If Americans (and the rest of the world for that matter) actually did their homework and then took the appropriate stance according to the general morality (right vs wrong) inherent in us all, then we would have representatives in government that would be forced to have the people's best interests in mind or lose their positions in the government. We wouldn't have a 2-party political system that people blindly followed because they are "life-long Democrats/Republicans" voting only along party lines because it doesn't require them to think.

    Just my 2 cents, but the changes definitely need to start with us if we ever hope to make things better for ourselves and fellow Americans.

    Kush

    john_a_k@yahoo.com

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  93. Stop allowing the government to make laws and regulations. Everything should be passed through the people.

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  94. make Kazaam the President

    alex - alex.zurowski@gmail.com

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  95. Tougher regulations for the financial institutions and bigger fines not just for the companies but individuals as well, not just that they lose their bonus. Hit them hard and make them more accountable to the people.

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  96. "THIS IS OUR CITY" - Stand Strong

    rossandgaffney@aol.com

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  97. wow that is pretty amazing! thanks for the contest

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  98. Responsible government.

    Jesse

    prettyguts@yahoo.com

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  99. clarity and enforcement.

    Austin - beaster1627@gmail.com

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  100. More accountability for those in power.
    - Chris Sison

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  101. I'd like to see politicians randomly chosen from Driver's license lists, a draft for politicians. Then we would have real representation by the people, not just by people that can afford to run for office.

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  102. Politicians need to start acting like the public servants they are supposed to be.. no more private agendas. Thanks for the giveaway.

    Kyle L.
    kyle.leduc@mnsu.edu

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  103. Hells yah, keep Oakland groovy!

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  104. Sometimes you just need to stop and ask people how they are doing.... be aware of people that seem on edge and truly try to befriend them. Help people direct their anger in a positive direction


    Dillon in Denver, CO

    walkinthegrass at yahoo dot com

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  105. Guadalupe Villanueva,

    I'd say tax the rich but that is also not the solution. I'd say free education and free healthcare for everyone

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  106. PEACE!

    Kris ~ jamkrdo@aol.com

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  107. Legalize it.....tax it, less people in jail that we pay for...more tax for gov't

    Thanks for the chance
    Andy

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  108. Put a cap on how much big companies can mark up an item. There's no reason to mark everything 3 to 6 hundred percent what they pay for it. They could be helping people of our nation and still be making a profit off of us at a 200 percent mark up. Even buying locally instead of going over seas helps our nation quite a bit.

    Support America's small business and keep jobs in the state's.

    Charles - Doodle1620@hotmail.com

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  109. winner winner;I hope to have this poster occupy my office Mark P. deviousturtles@wi.rr.com

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  110. Get money out of politics.

    Thanks

    Matt
    karlmalowned@gmail.com

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  111. great giveaway. hmsheedy@verizon.net

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  112. Thanks for the giveaway Chuck. You continue to lead by example. I think if everyone were to take seriously the driving speed limits in residential & school zones, you know, 25MPH, & why not keep it @ 22MPH or less, it would help a lot.

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  113. Regulate..Regulate..and then Prosecute..Prosecute. A man can get tasered and jailed for jay walking...What about the bankers? Capitalism is an experiment and we should treat it as such.

    thank you

    bbear419@hotmail.com

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  114. Eat the rich!

    Colt
    Ratstop1@verizon.net

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  115. Stop trusting politicians, corporations and lobbyists to ru(i)n our lives; start taking responsibilty for your own future and demise.

    yada yada yada

    Thanks,
    marseed@verizon.net

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  116. Henry Hardman
    Hardman314@gmail.com
    I like to start out saying what a badass giveaway so awesome of y'all here at the Rock Frame and Chuck to help out the Poster Public=) I wish the American Gov't would take the same route and have giveaways that would lift the spirits of the general public and make the world such a happier place to live because people would actually attempt things out of their usual routine. It is all about being yourself and being loud and proud!!! To many people are silenced for speaking out.

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  117. First,Think For Yourself
    Next,Question Authority
    Then All Will Be Well

    YURAKAPTIV......Thomas

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  118. Get corporations out of politics

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  119. I am the 99%!!!

    Andrew
    Ajstarwars101@gmail.com

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  120. Very cool.
    Occupy needs to get involved in the political realm. Protests just serve to the notion that we are still free "see they can do that and not go to jail" (never mind many went to jail) Look at the teabag party. From nothing to some level of political control.In just a few years. Occupy! Get involved or become less than a foot note in the countries history.

    Thanks for the chance to win a poster!

    Erikgustafson@gmail.com :)

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  121. count me in...99% of me...

    mike
    pjmlbaic@yahoo.com

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  122. Kudos to Sperry
    And the image is absolutely entrancing

    BJ
    smokey289@hotmail.com

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  123. stop bitching about whose fault it is and start being active.

    ron reinert

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  124. reject big corps, choose small local businesses

    Greg D

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  125. Invest in all levels of education (primary, secondary, etc.) & health care, and also revise the tax code. Reduce spending and increase taxes (for certain tax brackets).

    Thanks for the awesome giveaway!!

    Ed
    ewilson1mph@gmail.com

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  126. AP614@Live.com

    Open your ears things should stay the way they are in the bBay..!!

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  127. Peyotepaul@yahoo.com

    Read a F-in Book..............

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  128. Laughter, art, love and music. If only we had more of it the world would be a better place...

    Glen Holder

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    1. "History records that the money changers have used every form of abuse, intrigue, deceit, and violent means possible to maintain their control over governments by controlling money and it's issuance"
      - James Madison

      Jeff Tiemann
      jefftiemann at gmail dot com

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  129. Hold people more accountable for their actions and provide government assistance as a crutch instead of providing it as a life style.

    Rodney Garland

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  130. Great work a always Chuck. The Revoloution will notbe televised...papatyler@gmail.com

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  131. Steven Pawelko: Support IBEW Local 827 in our fight against Verizon's corporate greed!

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  132. Take the ridiculous excess of money out of politics, for one thing.

    Thanks ITRPF, you're so godlike. And Chuck, you forever remain at #1 for the poster scene!

    -Matt N

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  133. awesome as always!! Thanks Chuck & Gary!!

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  134. We need more cowbell

    Flashphishin@yahoo.com

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  135. http://www.theatlantic.com/video/index/246091/

    Maybe I am polyannish, but this is a easy start. Sorry, there is a quick commercial before it starts. Thanks for this opportunity.

    Patrick Fitzsimons

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  136. Great contest! Thanks for the chance!

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  137. We need to get rid of all the lobbyists in Washington.
    Money should not dictate policy. The best interests of the people should.
    Awesome prints Chuck!

    CC
    thecombine@hotmail.com

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  138. I agree with the above comment to get money out of politics. I favor publicly funded elections and greater proportional representation.

    Thanks for the chance.
    brent23tick@yahoo.com

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  139. Occupy Wal-Mart. Thanx for the Free Friday Fun ~ John H.

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  140. I say legalize marijuana and tax the hell out of it! This is coming from a non-smoker.

    ~Mary
    hatfield5877@yahoo.com

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  141. I think the Occupy movement 1st needs to agree on one specific goal, like taxing the rich, it might then stand a better chance at being successful.

    Nara R.
    naraedit@gmail.com

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  142. We should take the time to visit other countries and embrace different cultures. By understanding others, we can better understand ourselves.

    Will Flickinger

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  143. Help the less fortunate, hold everybody accountable and remember money does not equal happiness, enjoy all the small things everyday. Cool poster thanks for the chance
    Dmdoomd@gmail.com

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  144. Looks like I may be the last guy. Not good odds at winning, would like to though.

    Dreamline

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  145. Tax the rich and educate the poor.

    Travis Smith

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