Wild Old Women: 1. Bank of America: Less Than Zero.

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Abby Zimet

An earlier action at another Bank of America in San Francisco

Confirming the truth of the New York banner proclaiming, "The Zuccotti virus has spread,” a gleeful group of older women in San Francisco managed to close down a Bank of America when they stormed it with their walkers and wheelchairs for a well-deserved “run on the bank.” The women, aged 69 to 82, were protesting the bank's fees, foreclosures and other untold unconscionable practices.

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