She doesn't even know what the hell she's protesting. But hey, everyone is so nice to her. Gee, I wonder why?
What are her demands - and who is she demanding them from? "There's so many demands, to even start having a list, it's too much. If we just had one list, it would narrow us down, because it's so much more than just a list, it's a way of life that we want that they can't give us, the people that are in charge and everybody, they're just all about greed and they just want more and more to consume whatever they want."Like whatevuh!
That said, she does have a few specific demands in mind. "I want the Federal Reserve to be shut down."Fantastic idea! Like maybe we should, like have a Department of Education and stuff! Even have public schools, like.
"And we need to really, really better educate our students, starting at young ages, and putting more money and more emphasis in children and their schools."
What do her friends and family think of her participation in the Occupy Wall Street protests? "Well, they believe in me, they know that I'm really out here for helping people."Honestly, I've yet to see a single coherent statement from anyone there, let alone a bunch of intelligent people who know what's really going on.
How has participating in the Occupy Wall Street protests affected her personal life? "It can get to be a lot sometimes. After the night at the bridge, I just had to get away for a little while, and honestly, even go back to reality almost, out there, because it's so stressful being here...it's not all a party."
How she feels when she looks at Zuccotti Park: "I see a bunch of intelligent people who know what's really going on, and they see past all the media circus stuff and all the mainstream things."