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Monday, March 20, 2006

Nous aussi on a des CRS! We, too, have riot Police!

(Photo property of San Francisco Chron.)

This is a very small demonstration (yet, the Police is out in force, as you can see) that took place this morning on Market Street, San Francisco, due to the anniversary of the Iraq war.

There were only a dozen people, there, apparently, but it was enough to stop traffic and get them to bring out the riot gear. Guess there are some topics we just can't mess with without worrying the authorities.

For additional information click here to see the rest of the article in the Chronicle. This site has a video of Market St.

By the way, this will also serve as a test because Blogger is still not working quite right today. Comme on Google, get it together, now! (Translation will follow shortly).

6 Comments:

Blogger Michael said...

This is funny Tomate. Can't believe that a dozen people can bring out the police. I also can't believe it's only a dozen people. Maybe they all work for Google and they were in front of their "multiple servers" trying to figure it all out.

6:19 PM  
Blogger Elisabeth said...

Seems like Blogger is a bit better this morning. I was never unable to access your blog, by the way.

Riot police for a demonstration with just a dozen people? That's hilarious!

7:10 AM  
Blogger brigetoun said...

ils attendent les manifestants ? Ici de toute façon on est rodé et il n'y a pas à la fois voitures et cortèges

7:32 AM  
Blogger Terra Vecchia said...

il est vrai que nous en corse on n'en n'a pas besoin
toujours conquit jamais soumis!!!
a salute
et merci pour ta visite tu es invité quand tu veux la porte est toujours grande ouverte

6:32 PM  
Blogger Kim/Thomas said...

do you think blogger purposely starts having problems when your blog is established, so that you are forced to upgrade? hmmm..I wonder ;)
kim

7:41 AM  
Blogger Tomate Farcie said...

Kim/Thomas: je sais pas mais si c'etait le cas, je serais preneur quand meme.

9:03 AM  

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