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