The Occupy Wall Street movement has captured the attention and imagination of the country — and with it’s advent have come some stylistic innovations. One of those, known as “mic check,” has served as a unique means of communication among demonstrators — and has more recently been used as a technique to interrupt speeches, including one by Karl Rove. Our old friend and colleague Allen has serious reservations about “mic check” which he shares with us — along with an email discussion about the subject. The post includes a video of the Karl Rove disruption.

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