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In Monday's  Rose Parade  the most surprising float may be bringing up the rear. Members of the Occupy movement plan to unveil a giant octopus made from recycled plastic bags.

The Pasadena Rose Parade Gets Occupied

In Monday's Rose Parade the most surprising float may be bringing up the rear. Members of the Occupy movement plan to unveil a giant octopus made from recycled plastic bags.

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