Day of Rage

Already made your plans for today's Day of Rage around the country?  I'm afraid none of the planned festivities are located anywhere near me. Here is an interesting summary of similarities between the Trayvon Martin circus and the new one in Ferguson.

8 comments:

Ymar Sakar said...

Well, this could always be disinformation prepared by the sleepers and the dark servants, and they will selectively kidnap, under cover of chaos, certain people that go to those locations.

One can't verify the tasking without verifying the source, and if the source is Anonymous, then it can be anyone.

Paranoid?

People don't understand What Paranoid really means.

Eric Blair said...

You are so going to be on the news someday.

Anonymous said...

Shucks, I missed another memo. Sigh.

LittleRed1

james said...

Madison, WI: 5:00 (676 STATE ST.)

Nothing in the news... so far it's a quiet Thursday in the "77 square miles surrounded by reality."

Grim said...

Drat. If only I didn't have that previous engagement hiking in the mountains all weekend. Regrets!

Gringo said...

Which is why I haven't spent much time reading about Ferguson, whereas I did spend a fair amount of time keeping up on the Trayvon Martin case. Same old, same old- why waste my time?

douglas said...

Nothing brings peace like a day of rage, eh?

Whatever...

Gringo said...

Day of rage: what the Weatherman called their rampages/riots in Chicago in 1969. Like I previously wrote, same old, same old.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Days_of_rage