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Capitalism Sprouts Around Occupy Wall Street

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Wandering through Zuccotti Park, one can't help but wonder when enterprising folks hawking "Occupy Wall Street" souvenirs to disoriented tourists will appear -- not unlike the Ground Zero "tributes" that hit the market right around September 12, 2001:

For now, the protestors aren't selling anything.

However, that doesn't mean everybody's sitting this one out. Some say Zuccotti Park smells like urine and B.O. But, to these guys, the space formerly known as Liberty Plaza smells like money:

From bumper stickers and pins on Amazon to $50 iPad skins, dozens of niches are being furiously filled by enterprising small businesspeople trying to lift themselves out of the 99%.

Doggie Ringer T-Shirt

Heads will turn when your handsome hound enters wearing this customized ringer Tee. Made from 100% combed ringspun baby-rib cotton for comfort. Has contrast-colored ribbed binding on the neck, leg holes and bottom seam. Double-needle stitched. For thicker-haired dogs, choose one size larger.

Of course, some people object to the wearing of an eBay-bought "Occupy Wall Street" memento, on moral grounds.

For them, there's this:

First 35 bucks takes it.

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