Things are getting pretty hot downtown in NYC. It seems 400 people were arrested for walking in the traffic lane as a group of marchers moved to walk across the Brooklyn Bridge. It's unclear why the police seemingly invited protestors onto the roadway before corralling them and arresting them. http://cityroom.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/10/01/police-arresting-protesters-on-brooklyn-bridge/?hp Anyhow, the movement has been going on for about two weeks with relatively little media coverage. I think there are good messages to be had about the the continued arrogance and extravagance of the investment banks, despite having been bailed out by the taxpayers. The lack of a really unified leadership and a cohesiveness among the protestors is holding things back. I think this may just be a starting point.