Favorite Rally Sign


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Favorite Rally Sign

Postby beforewisdom » Nov 4th, '10, 12:05

Meh, I don't want people to get partisan here.....and I don't mean Green Tea versus Black tea :)

However, I went to the big rally in Washington D.C. and I thought people here, regardless of their politics would enjoy a picture of this sign:

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Re: Favorite Rally Sign

Postby Victoria » Nov 4th, '10, 12:09

LOL. Anyway what good's a party if we can't drink tea?
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Re: Favorite Rally Sign

Postby nonc_ron » Nov 4th, '10, 14:20

beforewisdom wrote:I went to the big rally in Washington D.C. and I thought people here, regardless of their politics would enjoy a picture of this sign:

Well done, I like your humor. :D I checked out your Web Page
And found enough interesting links to last me 3 or 4 days... Thanks.Image
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Re: Favorite Rally Sign

Postby gargoylekitty » Nov 4th, '10, 14:34

The Rally To Restore Sanity?

Also, nice! Been looking through pictures, both just to look and, to see if any tea drinkers did something like that. :D

Another tea-related sign:
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Re: Favorite Rally Sign

Postby TwoPynts » Nov 4th, '10, 14:45

Well, it IS a tea bag.
That kind of says it all.
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Re: Favorite Rally Sign

Postby debunix » Nov 4th, '10, 14:47

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Re: Favorite Rally Sign

Postby beforewisdom » Nov 4th, '10, 15:12

gargoylekitty wrote:The Rally To Restore Sanity?


Yes!

After the train ride and being in that crowd an MRI will never feel uncomfortable again :).

Also, nice! Been looking through pictures, both just to look and, to see if any tea drinkers did something like that. :D


Whenever I see demonstrators doing anything with teabags I keep having the thought

Don't waste it! Oh wait, it is bagged and probably Lipon

Another tea-related sign:
( "Switch To Herbal And Chill The *freak* Out" )


Truth is stranger than fiction. In college I knew an American, who was doing his pHd in British history. According to him, the favorite drink was ale and the character of the average Briton was similar to the thugs in the second "Mad Max" movie. Then tea got introduced to the British public, it became a favorite and changed the average person's character/behavior. I learned from him that this was not an uncommon observation among historians.
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Re: Favorite Rally Sign

Postby beforewisdom » Nov 4th, '10, 15:17

nonc_ron wrote:
beforewisdom wrote:I went to the big rally in Washington D.C. and I thought people here, regardless of their politics would enjoy a picture of this sign:

Well done, I like your humor. :D I checked out your Web Page
And found enough interesting links to last me 3 or 4 days... Thanks.Image


Ah thank you! It really makes my day to know that people are reading it :)
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Re: Favorite Rally Sign

Postby Proinsias » Nov 4th, '10, 17:31

I always liked the guy with the large pink sign stating "I HAVE A SIGN". I won't bother posting the pic due to the other signs present.
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Re: Favorite Rally Sign

Postby rabbit » Nov 4th, '10, 17:41

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Re: Favorite Rally Sign

Postby beforewisdom » Nov 4th, '10, 17:53

LOL!
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Re: Favorite Rally Sign

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Re: Favorite Rally Sign

Postby Chip » Nov 6th, '10, 16:41

ummm ... let's get off the politics please. :idea:

I honestly do not care whether anyone loves 'em or hates 'em. TeaChat is a politics free zone per forum "guidelines!"

So say the TeaPeeps!

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