The face of the antiwar movement (updated)

Thomas Lifson
Our contributor Rocco DiPippo has walked the walk in Iraq. He got ahold of pictures from last weekend's anti-war rallies, some of them from San Francisco and Portland (which seem to be competing with Seattle for wackiest city honors), and added some interesting and amusing captions, as well as a heartfelt essay on the matter. From The Autonomist.

Update:

Marc Sheppard writes:

How great is it that the third photo in the piece is of a protester holding a placard declaring:
"Kill Terrorists.  Bomb there house.  Kill Bush.  Bomb his F___in House."
Okay, so these people aren't exactly rocket scientists and confusing the possessive personal pronoun their with the quite versatile (adverb, pronoun, noun, adjective or interjection) there doesn't automatically trigger the stupid alarm.

But check out the self-declaration of "stupid" on the protester's tee-shirt.

You can't make this stuff up folks.  Perhaps this guy missed the English for Illiterate Protesters seminar (must see photo) which would have taught him proper usage with the phrase:

"They're going to pile their bodies over there."
No further comment necessary.
Our contributor Rocco DiPippo has walked the walk in Iraq. He got ahold of pictures from last weekend's anti-war rallies, some of them from San Francisco and Portland (which seem to be competing with Seattle for wackiest city honors), and added some interesting and amusing captions, as well as a heartfelt essay on the matter. From The Autonomist.

Update:

Marc Sheppard writes:

How great is it that the third photo in the piece is of a protester holding a placard declaring:
"Kill Terrorists.  Bomb there house.  Kill Bush.  Bomb his F___in House."
Okay, so these people aren't exactly rocket scientists and confusing the possessive personal pronoun their with the quite versatile (adverb, pronoun, noun, adjective or interjection) there doesn't automatically trigger the stupid alarm.

But check out the self-declaration of "stupid" on the protester's tee-shirt.

You can't make this stuff up folks.  Perhaps this guy missed the English for Illiterate Protesters seminar (must see photo) which would have taught him proper usage with the phrase:

"They're going to pile their bodies over there."
No further comment necessary.