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I Had To Sort My Socks

I don't usually link to Indy Media, but go read all the lame excuses that folks at the San Francisco branch came up with to explain why they couldn't make it to the anti-Americawar rally this past weekend.

Posted by Rand Simberg at March 21, 2006 01:51 PM
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I see that a few of them had achieved moral victories:

2. I think the fact that a solid majority now oppose the war makes these demonstrations seem a bit less urgent to people. At first, part of the point of the demonstrations was to try to bring about a shift in public opinion. That has happened now, and we may have reached the point of diminishing returns. There are some people whose minds will never be changed; perhaps most of the people who are open-minded enough to change their opinion have done so already.

Posted by Karl Hallowell at March 21, 2006 05:28 PM

I'd of gone but my umm...Tye dye shirts were at the dry cleaners but they were closed....My frisbee dog ate all my Bushitler poster boards and effigies I worked on all last month...My friend, Tad, said he could reset the points on the VW bus but all he's done is lived in the back for going on 2 weeks now and gotten so loaded he can't see straight.

Posted by Josh Reiter at March 21, 2006 07:08 PM

Well, I tried to make it Sunday
But I got so damn depressed
That I set my sights on Monday
And I got myself undressed

Posted by McGehee at March 22, 2006 06:45 AM

Amazing, these Che Guevara wannabes actually have jobs - at least some of them do.

Posted by B.Brewer at March 22, 2006 06:56 AM

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