G.A. Minutes 6-9-12

G.A. Minutes 6-9-12
We didn’t really have an official G.A. tonight. Ben and Kala were married today and all Occupiers were invited to their after party. It was decided that everyone wanted to attend, so a couple of people agreed to stay behind and watch over the camp while everyone else went over to congratulate Ben and Kala. As it turned out, many people from the neighborhood came by throughout night. Some were frequent visitors and some were visiting for the first time. As usual, there was lots of very interesting conversation. One interesting topic was brought up by a veteran of the first gulf war who visits regularly. He spoke of the conflict which exists in local Native American culture between being anti-war and fighting for peace and the respect given to the culture of the warrior. As with all cultures, there are varying opinions on the subject.
The camp watch went on until very late in the night, a low fire surrounded by fairly thick fog. Sweet. If you weren’t there we hope you at least made the party.