Wednesday, March 19, 2008
Actually, that's a PACE flag.
Hey, Why isn't anyone arresting me?
"He was later freed and arrested."
Let's talk about dedication:
"We're here to get arrested," said Leslie Mullin, 63. "The people have to step into this war because none of the government officials want to do it for us. We've gone all over town and people are saying, 'Good for you.' "Did they then... you know... do anything?
In related news, there was a set-up on Sproul along the same lines by some folks who didn't really advertise who they were. It included some cardboard boxes and signs. One quoted Laura Nader and said:
Upon Return, 5,000 U.S. Soldiers Commit SuicideA few minutes later, it said
Upon Return, 5,000 U.S. Soldiers Have Commit SuicideLater still, it read
Upon Return, 5,000 U.S. Soldiers Have Committed SuicideI'm rather curious how that compares to, say, the overall suicide rate of a comparable body of people. Otherwise, it doesn't mean a whole lot.
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