|Saturday, September 6th, 2008|
|Tuesday, February 6th, 2007|
A shout out...
to our own agentpeach
(if I'm remembering correctly).
The hunter's gloves we received for Christmas, lo these many years ago, have been very toasty and nice for the recent down-turn in the temperature.
|Saturday, August 27th, 2005|
A top secret bulletin just came in from the fearless leader. We're ramping up. Stay tuned.
|Tuesday, July 19th, 2005|
The movemet lives!
I just returned from dinner with the revolutionarily attractive agentpeach
. And what did I spy above 35W on the pedestrian bridge crossing at 5th Avenue SE?
A sign. Boldly lettered, it read: Arrest Rove. Impeach Bush.
Given the mention of cardboard dumpsters during dinner, this may be a call to arms! Current Mood: revolutionary
|Wednesday, November 3rd, 2004|
Count them all
We have a call to action! The race isn't over until all the votes are counted. Bush's lead in Ohio is less than 140,000 votes. There are 175,000 to 250,000 provisional ballots yet to be counted. The Republican
Secretary of State of Ohio says that, in 2000, 90% of the provisional ballots were good. They are likely to come from heavily urban areas where Republicans were challenging black voters and, therefore, to lean heavily to Kerry.
So I say we need to get the message out to the masses that this election is not over.
Our messages are simple:
Some stencils, some cardboard, some paint and we are in business, my friends. So who's available Wednesday? Current Mood: determined
|Friday, October 29th, 2004|
Weekend "to do" list
- Acquire XL white sweatshirt
- Acquire fabric paint
- Acquire poster board
- Inscribe sweatshirt with select words from the First Amendment. To wit: Congress shall make no law ... abridging the freedom of speech, ... or the right of the people peaceably to assemble ....
- Inscribe poster board with the words "No More Lies."
- Wear said sweatshirt and carry said sign to downtown Minneapolis Saturday morning.
- Walk on public sidewalks outside of Target Center.
- Refuse to move to any so-called "Free Speech Zone."
Anyone else want to come along?
|Sunday, October 17th, 2004|
|Thursday, October 14th, 2004|
An even looser loosely based unaffiliated orginization has not claimed any responsibilty whatsoever for this work
(see the Minneapolis images). Note The Operations efforts mixed in, overlapping and among the others.
I do not suspect the Night Mimes, but I do not not suspect them.
Operation: No Sign Left Behind to begin soon. Stay tuned.
I direct your attention to the middle of this
Night Mimes (a loose coalition loosely affliated with the even looser The Operation) are claiming responibilty.
|Wednesday, October 13th, 2004|
As of this morning at 7 AM, no Operation message still exists on our N-S target. However, Fellow Travelers have put up *magnificent* pictures of Bush, Cheney, and Rummie with a sign reading, "A FEW BAD APPLES." It's slowing traffic to a crawl. Fellow Travelers have also been at work near the Lowry Hill Tunnel with "SATANISTS FOR BUSH" and "WORST. PRESIDENT. EVER." There are others.
As of this morning, all Operation messages on our E-W target are still in effect, including the test. Fellow Travelers have hit all our targets as well, so where our messages were removed, theirs were put into place. The exception is the northernmost target on N-S; nothing remains there.
The Operation Begins!
Supported by valiant members of the Night Mimes, Agents Peach, Sapphire, and Juvey, Comrade Moedra and yours truly set out on Phase One of the operation.
Our First Amendment rights were exercised! We were vastly amused! Surrealist miming was ... mimed!
Sadly, the first casualty was also recorded. No, not the nail I broke, that's a sacrifice I gladly make in the cause of liberty. Nay, I speak of the "At Least Kerry Has A Plan" sign which, when we returned to Operation Base Camp, was not to be seen. Obviously, we have been victims of terrorism. Someone should inform John Ashcroft. Current Mood: quixotic
|Tuesday, October 12th, 2004|
The numbers are in
Approval rating is through the roof. The Operations' first phase was a success.
|Monday, October 11th, 2004|