We were unable to confirm this is actually a tent, of course, but it sure seems to be advertising written by protesters, and verified by the eBay purchase. There are a lot of smart-aleck, anti-corporate humor in this post, titled "Short sale, foreclosure luxury Bungalow, previously FiDi SF."
Earlier, the protesters said they would sell the tent to collect money for the OccupySF movement. Most of the people who actually pitched tents in the financial district branch of the Bank of America-95 protesters were arrested in all the booked.
Although the occupation met Lee earlier in the day received orders to clear the camp, the protesters at the meetings of the General Assembly this evening could not agree on the implementation of the change.
Most everyone agrees that the increased space between the hood, banning drugs and alcohol and take down tarp canopies is a good idea, says it is a way to appease the city so that they could extend their stay at plaza. But a small number of opposes this motion. camping At the meeting, they showed a willingness to at least try to meet the demand to increase the space between the hood.