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7bits 7bits 7 years
HAHAHA
7bits 7bits 7 years
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raciccarone raciccarone 7 years
As someone who had their house burn down, I too am against torches.
ami_z ami_z 7 years
As someone who was at the Ferry Building protest, I can say that Liberty got some great shots that captured the event really well.If you'll indulge me, my brief impressions: there was a feeling of being in the midst of something historic not because we saw the torch (we didn't), or because this changed the world (it didn't—even though the protests did call a halt to the closing ceremony and may lead to a truncation of the torch relay). The beauty of this event was that you had pro-Tibet, pro-Burma, pro-Olympics/China, Save Darfur, etc. protestors all there, all stating their cause without police interference (at the Ferry Building—there were incidents along the actual route), without incident, and without violence.This was free speech as it should be, and it was fantastic.
ami_z ami_z 7 years
As someone who was at the Ferry Building protest, I can say that Liberty got some great shots that captured the event really well. If you'll indulge me, my brief impressions: there was a feeling of being in the midst of something historic not because we saw the torch (we didn't), or because this changed the world (it didn't—even though the protests did call a halt to the closing ceremony and may lead to a truncation of the torch relay). The beauty of this event was that you had pro-Tibet, pro-Burma, pro-Olympics/China, Save Darfur, etc. protestors all there, all stating their cause without police interference (at the Ferry Building—there were incidents along the actual route), without incident, and without violence. This was free speech as it should be, and it was fantastic.
JaeB JaeB 7 years
Heh, note, if you post a comment while looking at the slideshow, the comment is a no-show, apparently. Too bad they can't load in the same box, same page.
Jillness Jillness 7 years
Great pictures! Did it feel like you were in the midst of something historical? Pretty intense and amazing all at the same time!
Jillness Jillness 7 years
Great pictures! Did it feel like you were in the midst of something historical? Pretty intense and amazing all at the same time!
Angelica Angelica 7 years
Those are great pics! Thanks for being our eyes on the street Liberty!
squid354 squid354 7 years
awesome pics!my favorite signs were "China: Act Your AGE, Time To Be SAGE" (a little forced with the rhymes if you ask me), and a pencil-written one by an old woman saying simple "Go Torch"
squid354 squid354 7 years
awesome pics! my favorite signs were "China: Act Your AGE, Time To Be SAGE" (a little forced with the rhymes if you ask me), and a pencil-written one by an old woman saying simple "Go Torch"
LibertySugar LibertySugar 7 years
Thanks! There were some other good ones, it was hard to choose which ones to post. I tried to be a set of eyes for all you CitizenSugar readers!
KrisSugar KrisSugar 7 years
i love your pictures! For me, it's between "The Yeti Says Free Tibet" and the pregnant lady with a design painted on her belly. I think I like the yeti demonstrator best. :)
KrisSugar KrisSugar 7 years
i love your pictures! For me, it's between "The Yeti Says Free Tibet" and the pregnant lady with a design painted on her belly. I think I like the yeti demonstrator best. :)
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