Occupy San Francisco occupies unoccupied building; did Catholic property owners enable?

The Occupy San Francisco movement, overshadowed by its more violent and militant counterpart in Oakland, was dead. Now, activists proclaim that OSF has been “reborn.”

Their rallying cry: Resistance!

What, exactly, are they resisting? An empty building owned by the local Catholic archdiocese, which apparently is in cahoots with OSF:

The Occupiers’ staunchest nemesis? Enemy pipes:

Vital needs of the revolutionaries: Beer. Hurry!

And pizza:

Fortunately, the rest of the ample menu is covered:

Cut the ribbon. OSF is open for “business.” Er, communing:

Look forward to a month-long siege:

Meanwhile, in Oakland
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