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Dave Ridley

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Silent demonstration at Manchester Transit Authority
« on: October 24, 2006, 11:39 PM NHFT »

OK I will tell the tales of October 24 more or less in the order they happened....

Tuesday (the 24th) was my second silent demonstration marathon, although I mixed in some other stuff. 

I started with a silent demo at the Manchester Transit Authority offices on Elm Street.  As you may know the MTA and Manch schools are considering a plan to put two thousand bucks worth of surveillance camera gear on each Manch school bus.  I don't like this.

I walked into the office with a sign that said

"Is it right to
make taxpayers fund
bus cams?"

There didn't seem to be a receptionist so I just kept going, trying to get as deep into the building as practical or find some good spot to stand.  But a lady off to the side at a desk said "can I help you?"

So I just opened up the sign an looked amused.   She asked me something else I forget, and I handed her the flyer.

To be continued after I find the flyer text LOL...
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