LONDON There were hosts of clever Occupy Wall Street signs, but few quite so appropriate as this. From the first rumblings on Wall Street in September, protesters staged their modern sit-in by camping out. Fighting against what they saw as the disproportional power held by the richest 1%, they braved the cold of the coming winter under tarps and in tents. This sign, displayed in late October, was a testament to that physical dedication and a play on the opening line of Shakespeare's Richard III: "Now is the winter of our discontent." Granted, the play's next line is about how that winter has turned glorious due to a government coup, but the excerpt couldn't have been more apt.