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Re: PEOPLE'S CLIMATE MARCH - RALLY OF THE RIDICULOUS

Post by donttreadonme » Sun Apr 30, 2017 1:25 pm

chucky wrote:
Sat Apr 29, 2017 3:56 pm
antilib wrote:
Sat Apr 29, 2017 12:05 pm
By Cheryl K. Chumley
April 28, 2017

ANALYSIS/OPINION:

Let the marching begin. On the heels of the March for Science — which really ought to have been called the March Against Science — now come the People’s Climate March people.

And boy, are they ready to engage. Their motto, according to a video posted on their Facebook event page? “People’s Climate March: We resist. We build. We rise.”

Well and good. What exactly they’re building up and rising from are largely unknowns — but as the for the resisting part, that’s clear.

“[Saturday] is the 100th day of Trump’s Presidency,” People’s Climate Movement wrote, again on Facebook. “Join us as we bring the resistance back to his doorstep.”

Forgive the yawns. It’s just that after 100 days of anti-President Donald Trump protesting, which came on the heels of 200 or so days of anti-Candidate Donald Trump protesting, the Hate Trump message is getting a bit stale.

Perhaps protesters ought to shake it up a bit — try a more creative approach. For instance, instead of saying “Impeach Trump,” say “el process de destitucion Trump,” a Spanish language equivalent (or so the site Spanishdict.com tells me). Nobody will know what you’re talking about — except Spanish-speakers in the crowd, which, on second thought, means probably everybody will know what you’re talking about. In any effect, it’ll give pause.

Imagine the scene — everybody yelling and hollering “impeach Trump! impeach Trump!” and then, out of the blue, like a lone voice in the wilderness: “El process de destitucion!”

People will be like, whaa? And then they’ll clamor for more — ‘cause new is cool, you know. Think of the T-shirt sales to be had.

But if you really want to grab some attention?

Try the Russian word for impeach. It’s impossible to type on an English-only keyboard, but somebody out there in People’s Climate March land must know the translation. That’d be funny as anything, hearing some Russian screaming “impeach Trump” in the tongue of the motherland. Everybody would be wondering what happened to all the campaign love — To Trump, From Your Bestie, Putin. Make ‘em think; that’s the key.

Much better than making them yawn, yes?

So marchers — yes, by all means, march. Fill the streets with protests and cast-off hats made of bean stalks or roadkill skins, or whatever the going green movement material of the day happens to be. The environment’s in peril, climate change is a-comin’, and Trump — good Lord, man, Trump! — is still in the White House. Much to be done, it seems. But how about this time getting a little more creative with the protesting?

Think of the watchers. You’ve got an audience to entertain. And the old standbys, “impeach Trump,” “down with Trump,” “get Trump,” just aren’t grabbing the attention any more. After all, it’s one thing to be ridiculous. But it’s another thing entirely to be ridiculous and boring.

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/201 ... idiculous/
I drove by a bunch of them today. A woman had a sign that said "Man is the enemy of the planet".
I wonder why a person would say such a thing? :nesaitpas:
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Post by brookboy123 » Mon May 01, 2017 7:08 am

evilconempire wrote:
Sun Apr 30, 2017 1:11 pm
brookboy123 wrote:
Sun Apr 30, 2017 11:15 am
antilib wrote:
Sat Apr 29, 2017 8:08 pm
chucky wrote:
Sat Apr 29, 2017 3:56 pm
I drove by a bunch of them today. A woman had a sign that said "Man is the enemy of the planet".
The People’s Climate March scheduled for Saturday has a powerful billionaire behind it: Democratic Party donor George Soros.

Mr. Soros, who heads the Open Society Foundations, contributed over $36 million between 2000 and 2014 to 18 of the 55 organizations on the march’s steering committee, according to an analysis released Friday by the conservative Media Research Center.

Six of the groups received during that time more than $1 million each: the Center for Community Change, the NAACP, the Natural Resources Defense Council, People’s Action, Public Citizen and the Union of Concerned Scientists.

The People’s Climate March, which comes a week after another climate-themed anti-Trump event, the March for Science, is scheduled to run along Pennsylvania Avenue and end by surrounding the White House in order to “drown out all of the climate-denying nonsense that has been coming out of this Administration.”

While some of its partners are climate-change organizations like NextGen Climate, founded by top Democratic donor Tom Steyer, the march is also heavily backed by labor unions and social-justice groups such as Color of Change, which is also backed by Mr. Soros.

Only three of the six organizations on the steering committee — NRDC, Public Citizen and UCS — “actually have anything climate-related in their individual missions,” the MRC reported.

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/201 ... es-climat/
Holy cow....we give money to 3 of those fine organizations.......NRDC, Public Citizen and the Union of Concerned Scientists.

......and two of my sons, with their families, were demonstrating yesterday near the Trump building in my wondrous city......

yes indeed, to be proud of one's spawn during these embarrassing days for our country........Grazie a Dio!!
Yes indeed. It's great to see so many people getting behind this issue of significant importance. Kudos to your sons

yup......my sons are very bright and very socially active.


.....from whom much has been given, much is expected.

We are very proud of our three sons.

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Post by brookboy123 » Mon May 01, 2017 7:14 am

chucky wrote:
Sat Apr 29, 2017 3:56 pm
antilib wrote:
Sat Apr 29, 2017 12:05 pm
By Cheryl K. Chumley
April 28, 2017

ANALYSIS/OPINION:

Let the marching begin. On the heels of the March for Science — which really ought to have been called the March Against Science — now come the People’s Climate March people.

And boy, are they ready to engage. Their motto, according to a video posted on their Facebook event page? “People’s Climate March: We resist. We build. We rise.”

Well and good. What exactly they’re building up and rising from are largely unknowns — but as the for the resisting part, that’s clear.

“[Saturday] is the 100th day of Trump’s Presidency,” People’s Climate Movement wrote, again on Facebook. “Join us as we bring the resistance back to his doorstep.”

Forgive the yawns. It’s just that after 100 days of anti-President Donald Trump protesting, which came on the heels of 200 or so days of anti-Candidate Donald Trump protesting, the Hate Trump message is getting a bit stale.

Perhaps protesters ought to shake it up a bit — try a more creative approach. For instance, instead of saying “Impeach Trump,” say “el process de destitucion Trump,” a Spanish language equivalent (or so the site Spanishdict.com tells me). Nobody will know what you’re talking about — except Spanish-speakers in the crowd, which, on second thought, means probably everybody will know what you’re talking about. In any effect, it’ll give pause.

Imagine the scene — everybody yelling and hollering “impeach Trump! impeach Trump!” and then, out of the blue, like a lone voice in the wilderness: “El process de destitucion!”

People will be like, whaa? And then they’ll clamor for more — ‘cause new is cool, you know. Think of the T-shirt sales to be had.

But if you really want to grab some attention?

Try the Russian word for impeach. It’s impossible to type on an English-only keyboard, but somebody out there in People’s Climate March land must know the translation. That’d be funny as anything, hearing some Russian screaming “impeach Trump” in the tongue of the motherland. Everybody would be wondering what happened to all the campaign love — To Trump, From Your Bestie, Putin. Make ‘em think; that’s the key.

Much better than making them yawn, yes?

So marchers — yes, by all means, march. Fill the streets with protests and cast-off hats made of bean stalks or roadkill skins, or whatever the going green movement material of the day happens to be. The environment’s in peril, climate change is a-comin’, and Trump — good Lord, man, Trump! — is still in the White House. Much to be done, it seems. But how about this time getting a little more creative with the protesting?

Think of the watchers. You’ve got an audience to entertain. And the old standbys, “impeach Trump,” “down with Trump,” “get Trump,” just aren’t grabbing the attention any more. After all, it’s one thing to be ridiculous. But it’s another thing entirely to be ridiculous and boring.

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/201 ... idiculous/
I drove by a bunch of them today. A woman had a sign that said "Man is the enemy of the planet".
The woman had an easily defended message.

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Post by chucky » Mon May 01, 2017 12:16 pm

brookboy123 wrote:
Mon May 01, 2017 7:14 am
chucky wrote:
Sat Apr 29, 2017 3:56 pm
antilib wrote:
Sat Apr 29, 2017 12:05 pm
By Cheryl K. Chumley
April 28, 2017

ANALYSIS/OPINION:

Let the marching begin. On the heels of the March for Science — which really ought to have been called the March Against Science — now come the People’s Climate March people.

And boy, are they ready to engage. Their motto, according to a video posted on their Facebook event page? “People’s Climate March: We resist. We build. We rise.”

Well and good. What exactly they’re building up and rising from are largely unknowns — but as the for the resisting part, that’s clear.

“[Saturday] is the 100th day of Trump’s Presidency,” People’s Climate Movement wrote, again on Facebook. “Join us as we bring the resistance back to his doorstep.”

Forgive the yawns. It’s just that after 100 days of anti-President Donald Trump protesting, which came on the heels of 200 or so days of anti-Candidate Donald Trump protesting, the Hate Trump message is getting a bit stale.

Perhaps protesters ought to shake it up a bit — try a more creative approach. For instance, instead of saying “Impeach Trump,” say “el process de destitucion Trump,” a Spanish language equivalent (or so the site Spanishdict.com tells me). Nobody will know what you’re talking about — except Spanish-speakers in the crowd, which, on second thought, means probably everybody will know what you’re talking about. In any effect, it’ll give pause.

Imagine the scene — everybody yelling and hollering “impeach Trump! impeach Trump!” and then, out of the blue, like a lone voice in the wilderness: “El process de destitucion!”

People will be like, whaa? And then they’ll clamor for more — ‘cause new is cool, you know. Think of the T-shirt sales to be had.

But if you really want to grab some attention?

Try the Russian word for impeach. It’s impossible to type on an English-only keyboard, but somebody out there in People’s Climate March land must know the translation. That’d be funny as anything, hearing some Russian screaming “impeach Trump” in the tongue of the motherland. Everybody would be wondering what happened to all the campaign love — To Trump, From Your Bestie, Putin. Make ‘em think; that’s the key.

Much better than making them yawn, yes?

So marchers — yes, by all means, march. Fill the streets with protests and cast-off hats made of bean stalks or roadkill skins, or whatever the going green movement material of the day happens to be. The environment’s in peril, climate change is a-comin’, and Trump — good Lord, man, Trump! — is still in the White House. Much to be done, it seems. But how about this time getting a little more creative with the protesting?

Think of the watchers. You’ve got an audience to entertain. And the old standbys, “impeach Trump,” “down with Trump,” “get Trump,” just aren’t grabbing the attention any more. After all, it’s one thing to be ridiculous. But it’s another thing entirely to be ridiculous and boring.

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/201 ... idiculous/
I drove by a bunch of them today. A woman had a sign that said "Man is the enemy of the planet".
The woman had an easily defended message.
No species that evolved on our planet can be said to be an enemy of it. Species compete and exploit their environment. If it wasn't for the "pollution" of our atmosphere by cyanobacteria for over a billion years we wouldn't be here.
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Post by antilib » Mon May 01, 2017 1:03 pm

chucky wrote:
Mon May 01, 2017 12:16 pm
brookboy123 wrote:
Mon May 01, 2017 7:14 am
chucky wrote:
Sat Apr 29, 2017 3:56 pm
antilib wrote:
Sat Apr 29, 2017 12:05 pm
By Cheryl K. Chumley
April 28, 2017

ANALYSIS/OPINION:

Let the marching begin. On the heels of the March for Science — which really ought to have been called the March Against Science — now come the People’s Climate March people.

And boy, are they ready to engage. Their motto, according to a video posted on their Facebook event page? “People’s Climate March: We resist. We build. We rise.”

Well and good. What exactly they’re building up and rising from are largely unknowns — but as the for the resisting part, that’s clear.

“[Saturday] is the 100th day of Trump’s Presidency,” People’s Climate Movement wrote, again on Facebook. “Join us as we bring the resistance back to his doorstep.”

Forgive the yawns. It’s just that after 100 days of anti-President Donald Trump protesting, which came on the heels of 200 or so days of anti-Candidate Donald Trump protesting, the Hate Trump message is getting a bit stale.

Perhaps protesters ought to shake it up a bit — try a more creative approach. For instance, instead of saying “Impeach Trump,” say “el process de destitucion Trump,” a Spanish language equivalent (or so the site Spanishdict.com tells me). Nobody will know what you’re talking about — except Spanish-speakers in the crowd, which, on second thought, means probably everybody will know what you’re talking about. In any effect, it’ll give pause.

Imagine the scene — everybody yelling and hollering “impeach Trump! impeach Trump!” and then, out of the blue, like a lone voice in the wilderness: “El process de destitucion!”

People will be like, whaa? And then they’ll clamor for more — ‘cause new is cool, you know. Think of the T-shirt sales to be had.

But if you really want to grab some attention?

Try the Russian word for impeach. It’s impossible to type on an English-only keyboard, but somebody out there in People’s Climate March land must know the translation. That’d be funny as anything, hearing some Russian screaming “impeach Trump” in the tongue of the motherland. Everybody would be wondering what happened to all the campaign love — To Trump, From Your Bestie, Putin. Make ‘em think; that’s the key.

Much better than making them yawn, yes?

So marchers — yes, by all means, march. Fill the streets with protests and cast-off hats made of bean stalks or roadkill skins, or whatever the going green movement material of the day happens to be. The environment’s in peril, climate change is a-comin’, and Trump — good Lord, man, Trump! — is still in the White House. Much to be done, it seems. But how about this time getting a little more creative with the protesting?

Think of the watchers. You’ve got an audience to entertain. And the old standbys, “impeach Trump,” “down with Trump,” “get Trump,” just aren’t grabbing the attention any more. After all, it’s one thing to be ridiculous. But it’s another thing entirely to be ridiculous and boring.

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/201 ... idiculous/
I drove by a bunch of them today. A woman had a sign that said "Man is the enemy of the planet".
The woman had an easily defended message.
No species that evolved on our planet can be said to be an enemy of it. Species compete and exploit their environment. If it wasn't for the "pollution" of our atmosphere by cyanobacteria for over a billion years we wouldn't be here.
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Post by brookboy123 » Tue May 02, 2017 7:50 am

chucky wrote:
Mon May 01, 2017 12:16 pm
brookboy123 wrote:
Mon May 01, 2017 7:14 am
chucky wrote:
Sat Apr 29, 2017 3:56 pm
antilib wrote:
Sat Apr 29, 2017 12:05 pm
By Cheryl K. Chumley
April 28, 2017

ANALYSIS/OPINION:

Let the marching begin. On the heels of the March for Science — which really ought to have been called the March Against Science — now come the People’s Climate March people.

And boy, are they ready to engage. Their motto, according to a video posted on their Facebook event page? “People’s Climate March: We resist. We build. We rise.”

Well and good. What exactly they’re building up and rising from are largely unknowns — but as the for the resisting part, that’s clear.

“[Saturday] is the 100th day of Trump’s Presidency,” People’s Climate Movement wrote, again on Facebook. “Join us as we bring the resistance back to his doorstep.”

Forgive the yawns. It’s just that after 100 days of anti-President Donald Trump protesting, which came on the heels of 200 or so days of anti-Candidate Donald Trump protesting, the Hate Trump message is getting a bit stale.

Perhaps protesters ought to shake it up a bit — try a more creative approach. For instance, instead of saying “Impeach Trump,” say “el process de destitucion Trump,” a Spanish language equivalent (or so the site Spanishdict.com tells me). Nobody will know what you’re talking about — except Spanish-speakers in the crowd, which, on second thought, means probably everybody will know what you’re talking about. In any effect, it’ll give pause.

Imagine the scene — everybody yelling and hollering “impeach Trump! impeach Trump!” and then, out of the blue, like a lone voice in the wilderness: “El process de destitucion!”

People will be like, whaa? And then they’ll clamor for more — ‘cause new is cool, you know. Think of the T-shirt sales to be had.

But if you really want to grab some attention?

Try the Russian word for impeach. It’s impossible to type on an English-only keyboard, but somebody out there in People’s Climate March land must know the translation. That’d be funny as anything, hearing some Russian screaming “impeach Trump” in the tongue of the motherland. Everybody would be wondering what happened to all the campaign love — To Trump, From Your Bestie, Putin. Make ‘em think; that’s the key.

Much better than making them yawn, yes?

So marchers — yes, by all means, march. Fill the streets with protests and cast-off hats made of bean stalks or roadkill skins, or whatever the going green movement material of the day happens to be. The environment’s in peril, climate change is a-comin’, and Trump — good Lord, man, Trump! — is still in the White House. Much to be done, it seems. But how about this time getting a little more creative with the protesting?

Think of the watchers. You’ve got an audience to entertain. And the old standbys, “impeach Trump,” “down with Trump,” “get Trump,” just aren’t grabbing the attention any more. After all, it’s one thing to be ridiculous. But it’s another thing entirely to be ridiculous and boring.

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/201 ... idiculous/
I drove by a bunch of them today. A woman had a sign that said "Man is the enemy of the planet".
The woman had an easily defended message.
No species that evolved on our planet can be said to be an enemy of it. Species compete and exploit their environment. If it wasn't for the "pollution" of our atmosphere by cyanobacteria for over a billion years we wouldn't be here.
Like the Jesuits taught me......evolution is an amazing process.


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Post by barrysoetoro » Tue May 02, 2017 8:32 am

evilconempire wrote:
Sun Apr 30, 2017 1:11 pm
brookboy123 wrote:
Sun Apr 30, 2017 11:15 am
antilib wrote:
Sat Apr 29, 2017 8:08 pm
chucky wrote:
Sat Apr 29, 2017 3:56 pm
I drove by a bunch of them today. A woman had a sign that said "Man is the enemy of the planet".
The People’s Climate March scheduled for Saturday has a powerful billionaire behind it: Democratic Party donor George Soros.

Mr. Soros, who heads the Open Society Foundations, contributed over $36 million between 2000 and 2014 to 18 of the 55 organizations on the march’s steering committee, according to an analysis released Friday by the conservative Media Research Center.

Six of the groups received during that time more than $1 million each: the Center for Community Change, the NAACP, the Natural Resources Defense Council, People’s Action, Public Citizen and the Union of Concerned Scientists.

The People’s Climate March, which comes a week after another climate-themed anti-Trump event, the March for Science, is scheduled to run along Pennsylvania Avenue and end by surrounding the White House in order to “drown out all of the climate-denying nonsense that has been coming out of this Administration.”

While some of its partners are climate-change organizations like NextGen Climate, founded by top Democratic donor Tom Steyer, the march is also heavily backed by labor unions and social-justice groups such as Color of Change, which is also backed by Mr. Soros.

Only three of the six organizations on the steering committee — NRDC, Public Citizen and UCS — “actually have anything climate-related in their individual missions,” the MRC reported.

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/201 ... es-climat/
Holy cow....we give money to 3 of those fine organizations.......NRDC, Public Citizen and the Union of Concerned Scientists.

......and two of my sons, with their families, were demonstrating yesterday near the Trump building in my wondrous city......

yes indeed, to be proud of one's spawn during these embarrassing days for our country........Grazie a Dio!!
Yes indeed. It's great to see so many people getting behind this issue of significant importance. Kudos to your sons
His pathetic kids are as stupid as their father. Hope they get their asses kicked. Don't they have a life? Protesting over junk science.
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Post by barrysoetoro » Tue May 02, 2017 8:36 am

brookboy123 wrote:
Mon May 01, 2017 7:08 am
evilconempire wrote:
Sun Apr 30, 2017 1:11 pm
brookboy123 wrote:
Sun Apr 30, 2017 11:15 am
antilib wrote:
Sat Apr 29, 2017 8:08 pm
chucky wrote:
Sat Apr 29, 2017 3:56 pm
I drove by a bunch of them today. A woman had a sign that said "Man is the enemy of the planet".
The People’s Climate March scheduled for Saturday has a powerful billionaire behind it: Democratic Party donor George Soros.

Mr. Soros, who heads the Open Society Foundations, contributed over $36 million between 2000 and 2014 to 18 of the 55 organizations on the march’s steering committee, according to an analysis released Friday by the conservative Media Research Center.

Six of the groups received during that time more than $1 million each: the Center for Community Change, the NAACP, the Natural Resources Defense Council, People’s Action, Public Citizen and the Union of Concerned Scientists.

The People’s Climate March, which comes a week after another climate-themed anti-Trump event, the March for Science, is scheduled to run along Pennsylvania Avenue and end by surrounding the White House in order to “drown out all of the climate-denying nonsense that has been coming out of this Administration.”

While some of its partners are climate-change organizations like NextGen Climate, founded by top Democratic donor Tom Steyer, the march is also heavily backed by labor unions and social-justice groups such as Color of Change, which is also backed by Mr. Soros.

Only three of the six organizations on the steering committee — NRDC, Public Citizen and UCS — “actually have anything climate-related in their individual missions,” the MRC reported.

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/201 ... es-climat/
Holy cow....we give money to 3 of those fine organizations.......NRDC, Public Citizen and the Union of Concerned Scientists.

......and two of my sons, with their families, were demonstrating yesterday near the Trump building in my wondrous city......

yes indeed, to be proud of one's spawn during these embarrassing days for our country........Grazie a Dio!!
Yes indeed. It's great to see so many people getting behind this issue of significant importance. Kudos to your sons

yup......my sons are very bright and very socially active.


.....from whom much has been given, much is expected.

We are very proud of our three sons.
Be ashamed of your stupid kids. They turned out as stupid as you are. How many of them are gay?
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Post by barrysoetoro » Tue May 02, 2017 8:48 am

donttreadonme wrote:
Sun Apr 30, 2017 1:25 pm
chucky wrote:
Sat Apr 29, 2017 3:56 pm
antilib wrote:
Sat Apr 29, 2017 12:05 pm
By Cheryl K. Chumley
April 28, 2017

ANALYSIS/OPINION:

Let the marching begin. On the heels of the March for Science — which really ought to have been called the March Against Science — now come the People’s Climate March people.

And boy, are they ready to engage. Their motto, according to a video posted on their Facebook event page? “People’s Climate March: We resist. We build. We rise.”

Well and good. What exactly they’re building up and rising from are largely unknowns — but as the for the resisting part, that’s clear.

“[Saturday] is the 100th day of Trump’s Presidency,” People’s Climate Movement wrote, again on Facebook. “Join us as we bring the resistance back to his doorstep.”

Forgive the yawns. It’s just that after 100 days of anti-President Donald Trump protesting, which came on the heels of 200 or so days of anti-Candidate Donald Trump protesting, the Hate Trump message is getting a bit stale.

Perhaps protesters ought to shake it up a bit — try a more creative approach. For instance, instead of saying “Impeach Trump,” say “el process de destitucion Trump,” a Spanish language equivalent (or so the site Spanishdict.com tells me). Nobody will know what you’re talking about — except Spanish-speakers in the crowd, which, on second thought, means probably everybody will know what you’re talking about. In any effect, it’ll give pause.

Imagine the scene — everybody yelling and hollering “impeach Trump! impeach Trump!” and then, out of the blue, like a lone voice in the wilderness: “El process de destitucion!”

People will be like, whaa? And then they’ll clamor for more — ‘cause new is cool, you know. Think of the T-shirt sales to be had.

But if you really want to grab some attention?

Try the Russian word for impeach. It’s impossible to type on an English-only keyboard, but somebody out there in People’s Climate March land must know the translation. That’d be funny as anything, hearing some Russian screaming “impeach Trump” in the tongue of the motherland. Everybody would be wondering what happened to all the campaign love — To Trump, From Your Bestie, Putin. Make ‘em think; that’s the key.

Much better than making them yawn, yes?

So marchers — yes, by all means, march. Fill the streets with protests and cast-off hats made of bean stalks or roadkill skins, or whatever the going green movement material of the day happens to be. The environment’s in peril, climate change is a-comin’, and Trump — good Lord, man, Trump! — is still in the White House. Much to be done, it seems. But how about this time getting a little more creative with the protesting?

Think of the watchers. You’ve got an audience to entertain. And the old standbys, “impeach Trump,” “down with Trump,” “get Trump,” just aren’t grabbing the attention any more. After all, it’s one thing to be ridiculous. But it’s another thing entirely to be ridiculous and boring.

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/201 ... idiculous/
I drove by a bunch of them today. A woman had a sign that said "Man is the enemy of the planet".
I wonder why a person would say such a thing? :nesaitpas:
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