Tom Bias, of Sparta, provided musical accompaniment to Wednesday's demonstration in Morristown.
On Wednesday, in addition to the 18 to 20 people who stood outside the South Street branch of Bank of America for an Occupy Wall Street-style protest, there was some music accompaniment courtesy Tom Bias, of Sparta. "The Golden Bull" was written, Bias said, in part as a response to the potential foreclosure of the house he has lived in for almost 34 years.
Nearly two dozen demonstrators camped out in front of the South Street branch for a couple hours on Wednesday.
It wasn't a force the size of some of those crowds in New York City. But, then again, the group of 20 or so demonstrators weren't occupying Wall Street on Wednesday but, rather, a branch of Bank of America in Morristown. The demonstration, organized by members of the small Occupy Morristown group and Move-On.org, was part of a larger wave of protests planned throughout the day nationwide, as Bank of America held its shareholder meetings in Charlotte, N.C. "We want to educate, we don't want to cause trouble," said Lew Schwartz, organizer of the Morristown event outside Bank of America's South Street location. That education, according to organizers, includes letting people know about what they call "socially and environmentally destructive…