Sunday Reads: We can rebuild her…

A sign from the March for Science in San Francisco.

There was plenty of wild posters at the March for Science protest yesterday, but I think the one above has to be my favorite.

Let’s check out a few more:


And how Big was this March on Science:

It has been a very busy 36 hours. So this thread is short….

An autopsy is planned.
We will end it on a science note.

This is an open thread.


20 Comments on “Sunday Reads: We can rebuild her…”

  1. Fannie says:

    Great turn out for the Science Day March against Trump. Mother nature blew a tree over in my yard yesterday, and what a mess, especially since, well you, the Trump supporters.

    • NW Luna says:

      That’s too bad about the tree blown down. Sounds like a metaphor for the tRump administration, lol!

  2. Love all the signs and people!

  3. Enheduanna says:

    JJ thank you for the pictures. I love the girl with the United Air sign.

    And thanks to all who marched. I haven’t been participating like I should but I’m sort of in charge of taking care of Mom, who is dependent on us for her meals, etc. My weekends are all I have to do the big stuff around my house. Anyway excuses galore – but I’m 100% behind the Resistance and so happy to see it alive and as vibrant as ever.

    P.S. My sisters and a bunch of the gang all went so I was well represented in that sense.

  4. bostonboomer says:

    Thanks for all the photos, JJ! Yay for science!

  5. bostonboomer says:

    How can this be ethical?

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  7. NW Luna says:

    JJ, great post. Love the shots from the Science March!

    I’m sitting at Starbucks to read the blog. My home internet went out and it may take up until Thurs to get equipment replaced. Grrr. Why doesn’t the US have cheap and easily accessible internet access like most of Europe does??? May not have home access again until later this week. 😠

    Saw the NYTimes front page piece on Comey allegedly not wanting to appear to throw his weight around to influence the election, so he …. influenced the election. I haven’t heard any version yet of his rationale that makes me think he was justified or unduly influenced to do what he did.

    • quixote says:

      Comey’s excuses are all such BS. I think it’s finally soaking into his solid wooden head what he’s done, and now he’s flailing around trying to come up with any framing that keeps him from being the worst bureaucrat in US history.

      Well, he is. Too bad. He threw the election (with lots of help from gerrymandering, Crosscheck, and Putin) so he could soothe his misogyny. Too late now to think, “Gee. Maybe paving the way for a psychotic Chatbot wasn’t the brightest idea.”

      • Earlynerd says:

        Comey and the NYT tag-teamed each other making sure a woman couldn’t be elected President. Now they’re tag-teaming each other scraping off the guilt for having done so.

    • roofingbird says:

      I’m at the B and N Starbucks. It’s better than what Ihave at home.

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