Monday, November 1, 2010

Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear


I was one of those people who planned to go to the rally but couldn't, so I watched it on t.v. My favorite moment was when Yusef came out to sing "Peace Train" on the mall. It felt like two different time periods melded into one.

My next favorite thing were all the irreverant signs people made. You can see over 400 of these signs over at Huffington Post, there's also a video link. I saw signs for every American, including Tshsmom, Melanie, LOST fans, Hitchhiker's Guide fans, SNL fans, and everyone else. Gosh I wish I could have gone there. What would your sign have said?

Here are some of my favorites:















































































5 comments:

tweetey30 said...

Was this real or just things you found on the internet? Some of them were very funny.. I am taking a break from chopping my onion. its really strong. i hate chopping onions but its for dinner.. going to get that started before picking up Jeff from work..

Vancouver Voyeur said...

The event was real and the signs they held were real. They were making fun of the signs you normally see at political rallies.

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

GREAT! I have some friends who went down from Manhattan, mut I haven't talked to them yet...I am going to speak to one of them tomorrow.....!
I didn't realize it was televised....Shoot! Well, YouTube will probably have a lot of it.

CyberKitten said...

Some of those sign are hilarious. Shame you couldn't make it there....

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

My friend said it was wonderful! Though they didn't seem prepared for the amount of people who showed up---Only ONE TV SCREEN....But she said that the crowd was fabulous; Good Humored and everyone fron all over the country was SOOOO Happy to be there! A ROARING SUCCESS!

I started watching the Video above...But I CAN'T STAND IT! So....I het the message, I just don;t want to hear people like Michelle B. spouting more lies~

I did it.

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