Saturday, June 21, 2008

July Protest

Okay, so yes, the June protest was a wash- only five people, and really lousy weather. Like I said before, I will not be able to make it to the July protest, as I will be in London, so I need a volunteer who will definitely be there on the 12th, so that I can pass on Sgt. Washington's number in case we need police intervention in July.

And yeah, a flyer campaign around the area wouldn't be a bad idea.

Friday, June 13, 2008

New Police Contact Anon

As some of you may already know, I will not be at the July protest in Pittsburgh, because I'm studying abroad in London. I will continue updating the blog, but I'm looking for someone to temporarily replace me as a police contact for that month's protest. Hopefully, since our current contact, Sgt. Washington, is supposed to be working tomorrow, and we're meeting at the station, I can introduce the volunteer to be the next contact to him, and have the two of you exchange information tomorrow. If anyone's interested, comment here tonight or tell me tomorrow.

Thursday, June 12, 2008

A Few Things About Saturday.

Since we ran into problems meeting up and getting ready outside the problematic store, this time I think we should all meet outside the nearby police station and walk over.

Here is a map.

Also, any good sign slogan ideas for Sea Arrrgh? I have a blank poster board and no ideas for it.

Monday, June 2, 2008

Phone Tag Over!

I finally got Sgt. Washington on the phone today. He says we're fine across the street from the Scientology building and that if this guy makes threats again to file a police report. We just need to be very careful to keep moving around and to not block anything. Walking up and down that sidewalk would not be a bad idea, just to be safe. He says he will be working that day and I should call him directly if we have any problems with other police officers telling us to leave. We have each other's names and numbers, so I can get in touch with him easily. There will be an off-duty guy outside the Scientology building, as usual, keeping an eye on things.