Tuesday evening’s rush hour saw about 100 members of the Occupy Wall Street movement jam Grand Central Terminal at the foot of the Apple store, causing general confusion and moderate delay for commuters trying to reach its tracks.

The confusion lay mainly with the nature of the protest, which had nothing to do with Wall Street, directly. In fact, commuters were generally confused about why the protesters might have any concern at all about non-disclosure agreements in mergers or acquisitions.

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