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              A demonstrator affiliated with the Occupy Wall Street rally at Washington Square park, Saturday, Oct. 15, 2011 in New York.   As many as 1,000 protesters were marching to a Chase bank branch in the financial district, banging drums, blowing horns and carrying signs decrying corporate greed.  (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)
              A demonstrator affiliated with the Occupy Wall Street rally at Washington Square park, Saturday, Oct. 15, 2011 in New York. As many as 1,000 protesters were marching to a Chase bank branch in the financial district, banging drums, blowing horns and carrying signs decrying corporate greed. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)   

The ones we’ll remember: The characters of ‘Occupy Wall Street’ [VIDEO]

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Betsi Fores
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Though the Occupy Wall Street movement has no “official” spokespeople, a cast of colorful characters has been speaking for the unfocused group of protesters joining in supposed “solidarity.” And wherever there are protesters, video cameras are sure to follow. Here are a few YouTube clips of the more — ahem — notable protesters.

The “Occupy” crowd isn’t known for restricting itself to Ned Flanders-approved language, so viewer discretion is definitely advised.

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“Help us now!” “Save our country!”

This protester screeches and cries “Help us now!” in what seems like an act before breaking in to a poetry-slam-like rant about the future of our country — while offering no meaningful solutions or an explanation about why he’s protesting.