Well here I am back in New York City in time for the Republican National Convention where the crew of Protest Warrior has set up shop to balance the universe by providing an alternative to the forces of ANSWER. Strangely, they don't seem to mind my company.
The exact location of PW HQ is an operational secret, though it seems that somehow at least some of the opposition knows where we are.
No matter, we're all here to honor America and peacefully express our opinions, right?
The protest underground is buzzing with suggestions of how leftists can deal with the Protest Warriors.
"Yeah, they are really afraid of us," said Bryan McCarthy, 30, an Irish immigrant who joined Protest Warriors earlier this year. "But, I mean, these groups like United for Peace and Justice have become the Starbucks of the protesting world, these huge conglomerates. The people fold up their laptops, grab their lattes and get out on the street."
Hey, I can do that too. In fact, I'm in a Starbucks on 7th Ave right now typing these words to you. Vanilla frappuccino blogging I call it.
Of course, if it turns out that ANSWER and the other global protest franchises don't welcome our right to speak freely, you'll hear about on future pages of this blog.
I have in my arsenal a Canon PowerShot G5, 5 MP digital camera which helped me capture the patriotic moment above. And if ANSWER tries any shenanigans, I hope to have the presence of mind (and a good angle) to capture it in megabits.
More to come...