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View Diary: May '70: 7. How Can You Run When You Know? (8 comments)

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  •  The idea being that while there are rules to (2+ / 0-)
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    lao hong han, oldpotsmuggler

    prevent unscheduled, unsanctioned mass gathering to protest and demand redress of grievances, there are no laws for "being there," being in the way. Leave the signs and buttons and T-shirts at home. We are everyone. We are legion.

    Chant or conduct street theater intermittently in small, dispersed groups to occasionally spread a message.

    Efforts to enforce loitering laws, if any, would necessarily ensnare the general public, which should be a barrier, though, if not, it could be circumvented by continuously circulating...

    Eventually, the State will reach out to cope.

    The singularity we are witnessing is the passing of the last wave of people who had the luxury to behave as if the past 30 years did not happen.

    by Words In Action on Sun May 05, 2013 at 07:05:01 AM PDT

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