#OccupyWallSt Roundup, Day 39

A Pew survey found that 39 percent of Americans support Occupy Wall Street, slightly higher than the number who oppose it, and that a higher number — 44 percent — oppose the Tea Party. [Pew Research Center]

The Zuccotti Park Greenmarket has been forced out by the protests and has relocated to West Broadway. One merchant says sales have dropped by half since the protests began. [DNA Info]

Occupy Wall Street is storing subzero sleeping bags and herbal teas in preparation for winter camping at Zuccotti and limiting drumming to the hours of noon to 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. [Daily News, OccupyWallSt.org]

Elizabeth Warren, a Democratic candidate for the United States Senate from Massachusetts, told Samuel P. Jacobs that she “created much of the intellectual foundation” for what Occupy Wall Street does. [The Daily Beast]

Sparking (sorry) a new threat to the Wall Street encampment, the Fire Department alerted the mayor’s office that gasoline generators at Zuccotti Park might pose a safety hazard. [CBS New York]

A Long Island couple sought a trademark on the phrase Occupy Wall Street. [The Smoking Gun]

The Egyptian activist Asmaa Mahfouz told Occupy Wall Street to streamline its message. [Thanassis Cambanis]

Video from the Oct. 15 protest and arrests in a Citibank branch last weekend may help to identify the undercover officer and agent provocateur who helped forment the protest. [Observer]

The Manhattan district attorney’s office offered a deal to 300 protesters arrested on the Brooklyn Bridge and in Union Square this month. [City Room]

The Occupied Wall Street Journal has a new Web site, with a sidebar stream of entries from the popular We Are the 99% Tumblr blog. [Occupied Media]

Meghan McCain found a man in a tinfoil cape and the dissolution of the American dream in Zuccotti Park. [Meghan McCain]

Graphic artists across the globe are designing in support of Occupy Wall Street. [Mother Jones]

The number of OWS-related Google searches and Facebook pages is starting to level off. [Tech President]

Start working on your Gordon Gekko costume; OccupyHalloween is coming! [Craig Kanally on Twitter]

Wednesday afternoon, protesters plan a “March Against the Health Insurance Industry,” culminating at the closed St. Vincent’s Hospital in the Village. [Daily Kos]

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