Reproductive Rights March - August 28, 2004 
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transpixel seen in the glade of Brooklyn's Cadman Plaza before the march began transpixel
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transpixel  . . . and most emphatically on this afternoon transpixel
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transpixel whoa!  few would dare to be so bold as the artist who created this sign, but many of us are thinking about protofascism these days transpixel
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seen in the glade of Brooklyn's Cadman Plaza before the march began
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. . . and most emphatically on this afternoon
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whoa! few would dare to be so bold as the artist who created this sign, but many of us are thinking about protofascism these days
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yes!
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transpixel the long, leisurely march across our beloved Bridge, much of the route lined with cops positioned every 18 feet or so transpixel
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transpixel the plucky Brooklyn Borough President, Marty Markowitz, stood throughout the march at the precise line which divided the Manhattan and Brooklyn halves of the Bridge, greeting everyone, "thank you for being out here;  you're now leaving the City of Brooklyn (sic);  come back!" transpixel
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transpixel the Church Ladies for Choice were enormously popular, as usual;  on at least one section of the route they managed to completely obscure and drown out a group of "anti's" who were heckling the marchers from the other side of barricades  (the Ladies are notorious for inventive lyrics attached to familiar melodies, including the memorable one sung on this occasion, "you can't think for yourself because you haven't got a Dick") transpixel
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transpixel the Church Ladies once again, this time showing almost the entire pew  transpixel
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the long, leisurely march across our beloved Bridge, much of the route lined with cops positioned every 18 feet or so
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the plucky Brooklyn Borough President, Marty Markowitz, stood throughout the march at the precise line which divided the Manhattan and Brooklyn halves of the Bridge, greeting everyone, "thank you for being out here; you're now leaving the City of Brooklyn (sic); come back!"
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the Church Ladies for Choice were enormously popular, as usual; on at least one section of the route they managed to completely obscure and drown out a group of "anti's" who were heckling the marchers from the other side of barricades (the Ladies are notorious for inventive lyrics attached to familiar melodies, including the memorable one sung on this occasion, "you can't think for yourself because you haven't got a Dick")
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the Church Ladies once again, this time showing almost the entire pew
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transpixel yes indeed, there were all kinds of guys marching as well transpixel
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transpixel and Lacey Davenport was there transpixel
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transpixel more beautiful people transpixel
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transpixel Code Pink, looking good transpixel
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yes indeed, there were all kinds of guys marching as well
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and Lacey Davenport was there
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more beautiful people
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Code Pink, looking good
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transpixel and they brought props transpixel
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transpixel we need more of these transpixel
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and they brought props
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we need more of these
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