Occupy movement hits World Economic Forum

An Occupy WEF protestor builds an igloo to protest against against the World Economic Forum (WEF) on January 23, 2012 in the Swiss Alpine resort of Davos.

This final note today, picking up where Mitchell left off with the Arab Spring and -- more to the point -- Occupy Wall Street.

The World Economic Forum starts tomorrow in Davos, Switzerland -- 2,200 or so of the planet's top 1 percent will be there meeting and greeting.

They will be met by members of the 99 percent. Occupy Davos is in full swing. They're camped out in a parking lot -- in igloos. Two people per. Takes about five hours to build.

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