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Sunday, October 28, 2007

Massive Anti-War Protests

According to Reuters, a huge anti-war demonstration took place in Chicago comprising of 0.001 % of the 9.5 Million Chicago residents. This number is about 8X less people than would show up to a Bears game. Reuters also reports that according to the unbiased organizers, as much as 0.014% of the population of San Fransisco are also taking part. They mention some other cities are also having protests, but no numbers. I wonder why.

-Tommy

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