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Forum Post: Long-Islander doing a supply drop tomorrow afternoon. Need Answers.

Posted 3 years ago on Sept. 29, 2011, 7:36 p.m. EST by Aronomous (0) from Rockville Centre, NY
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I was wondering what else you guys needed. I don't have much; Duct Tape, Socks, Band-aids and Ace Bandages... Just let me know if there is anything in particular (not electronic) related and I'll be sure to bring it tomorrow. If you need someone to drive to apartments and shuttle people and/or supplies I am also available for that. One More Thing, will I be able to just wander into where you guys are to drop supplies and myself? I would assume so, I just want to make sure I'm not going be met with a big barricade once I get there. Should I just go over to welcome table and tell them what tidings I've brought so we can then divvy it up?

ALSO!! Coffee. What's the deal with coffee. I may have access to a Coleman stove where I can make free coffee for anyone who wants it. I will also provide some sort of reusable or recyclable cup. Am I allowed to bring a Coleman stove? If so I'll be happy to..

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[-] 1 points by Chromer (124) 3 years ago

I think you may have a problem with the Coleman Stove. I don't think the police will allow any propane canistors on the property.

Not sure, but you better check first.

[-] 1 points by powertothepeople (1264) 3 years ago

As to where to bring things when you arrive - I went with a bag of stuff last night - I went first to the food table which is in the center of the park & asked where to drop it off - two very nice people got me over to the medical area and my bag was taken. The park isn't very big, just ask around when you get there & people are happy to help.

[-] 1 points by commiekiller2012 (39) 3 years ago

Thanx BRO

[-] 1 points by anonrez (237) 3 years ago

Check the hashtag "needs of the occupiers":

http://twitter.com/#!/search?q=%23needsoftheoccupiers

Thank you and solidarity forever!