CommunityFDL Main Blog

Occupy Anchorage Getting Interesting

Seeing Ruth Sheridan so effusively happy was great frosting on the cake. The rat was pretty friggin’ cool too, but should have been right out in front, for passers-by to see. The way the wind kicked up a couple of times, though, made it logical to have it in the midst of trees to which lines were tied.

Occupy Anchorage is real. I was depressed after attending the last one I went to. I left this one singing from Nabucco.

CommunityMy FDL

Occupy Anchorage Getting Interesting

Anchorage peace icon Ruth Sheridan at Occupy Anchorage – Oct. 29, 2011

Seeing Ruth Sheridan so effusively happy was great frosting on the cake.  The rat was pretty friggin’ cool too, but should have been right out in front, for passers-by to see.  The way the wind kicked up a couple of times, though, made it logical to have it in the midst of trees to which lines were tied.

Occupy Anchorage is real.  I was depressed after attending the last one I went to.  I left this one singing from Nabucco.

Here’s my video:

Previous post

Let's Pick-Janis

Next post

There Will Be TeBlood: Week 2 Of The Tebow Era

Philip Munger

Philip Munger

musician, composer, educator, environmental and community planning activist