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Your families are scared of this book
Is that a I.E. car in the 4th pic from the top?
Location: San Jose City College
@Henrik has some pictures to upload as well, don’t post anything on twitter yet
San Jose City College
(San Jose, California)
Good to see the CA guys again! Perfect work
San Francisco, CA👇🏻 POST TOMORROW! We don't want bad company at our Kate Steinle memorial @Brunswick
PLEASE DON'T POST UNTIL TOMORROW @Brunswick We have a Kate Steinle Memorial tonight and we don't want any AntiFugs
Is that considered an IE poster or an amren one?
I don't have anymore IE posters
Getting some today from coordinator.
First time taking a photo for IE.
It was impromptu when i was omw to a meeting
Unfortuantely the pole was too narrow, but all the others had an obstructed background
[Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral next door to Loyola University]
@Goose hopefully the first of many haha. Definitely check “How we poster” in <#371705962224025610> to learn all the tricks for the most a e s t h e t i c pictures!
That’s the spirit 🇺🇸
Great job team!
This is the kind of stuff that made me love IE
good work to you all
Her name was Kate Steinle!
She had dreams too
Where was her amnesty?
Her Hopes in a future were cut short too soon
She was separated from her family...forever
Excellent work CA crew (as usual)!
Am I allowed to use the pic of the memorial on my European arts Instagram? I wanted to make a post to recognize her
@Tesna1999 That would be apprpriate, yes. Let's wait until IE posts on twitter and use our image- thus attaching our branding to your page.
Okay sounds good, thanks!
Fourth of July brunch at Au Cheval! Home of the best burgers in Chicago, and I’d argue they are best in the nation!
St. Georges Cathedral. The site of the failed plot by Muslim terrorists. Cleveland, Ohio. @lonewolf, @jvarga, @Mr. Huxley and @TJ. https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/459526232598511616/464055669218344971/IMG_20180704_085731280.jpg
St. Georges Cathedral with donation. https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/459526232598511616/464055694489026560/IMG_20180704_085524491_BURST001.jpg
Westlake, Ohio ...4th of July parade route. https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/459526232598511616/464056802795847681/IMG_20180704_073245139_HDR.jpg
Rock Springs, WY
Some work @The Huwhyte Ulf - VA and I did by placing flags on vet’s graves
Just a heads up, I'll be focusing on posting the July 4th content first then I will post the flyerings tomorrow and on Friday.
San Diego, CA
Great job brothers!
Some fine patriots greeted us / supported our drop!
@DeusVolk so that truck driving by was completely unexpected?... if so that is awesome
For banners we should sow a pocket along the bottom and fill it with sand so that it holds itself down
Can’t do that over a highway fellas
That would be utterly disastrous if that fell
If it falls with sand it won’t blow all over the road and over peoples cars
The only risk would be that it falls on a car which is a risk regardless
Banners are a lot of work to make as it is; add sewing to the task list and they'll never get done.
Action looks great, boys 🇺🇸 🌴
@Tesna1999 there is a way of doing this that is safe and easy. I believe they did it on this banner but needed more of it: you put grommets along the bottom and then put large bolts with nuts through the grommets
Probably would be pretty easy to make a loop and just sew a straight line, put an empty PVC pipe along the bottom it wouldn't have to be that heavy.
>sewing 50 ft in a straight line
Now little baggies with sand tied to 2-4 grommets...
what if we tied kettlebells through the grommets
This is fantastic discussion, but let's please take this to the Activism server.
Or just do it in general
@Argument of Perigee Smacking the hammer in multiple channels today. <:nervous:359009898115104770>
Wichita is NON STOP economy and all the skilled labor is WHITE
God I miss Kansas
I hear Kansas is getting a lot of Hispanic immigrants. No surprise that the skilled labor is still huwhite. Big Agribusiness seems to be the problem
Thanks guys. Kansas is still pretty nice but there's been a noticeable increase in the Hispanic influx for sure.
Location: McCormick Place, Chicago with @Mick
Great area to flyer!
Downtown Cleveland, OH
😎 👍 <:deye:359010025223618570> 🇺🇲 ⚔ 🏛
Sweating in the heat to own the libs.
Location: Madison, WI--State Capitol and State Street Mall
I’m currently at an action in Philadelphia and am away from my computer. Content posting will continue tomorrow night!
Downtown Lakeland, FL
Great work as well!
I'm back baby!
@Brunswick hey bro, don't tweet those photos Clark posted yet. We had two separate crews flyering Tampa, and we're still waiting on photos from the others
Today NorCal paid respects to John 'Juan Flaco' Brown. California's Paul Revere. He rode from Los Angeles to San Francisco over 400 miles in 4 days to warn Commodore Stockton that Los Angeles was under siege from the Mexican Army, outnumbering them 50 to 1. Troops were sent and Los Angeles was saved. Americans don't surrender while there is still hope.
John Brown was laid to rest here, in Stockton, CA
Isn't stockton very "diverse" (a lot less whites) now? My grandmother lives in Stockton.
Obviously, Los Angeles wasn't "save" in the long run. The brown people have overwhelmed that area to the point it's not really "America" anymore. 😢
We had a few thank you honks and a black dude that wasn't too shabby looking ask us what organization we were with.
Very non-white area these days.
It felt good though.