DNC: Best Signs So Far
Signs are the easiest path to communication with an expanse of convention strangers. Most of the signs are standard pro-Obama signs. Others have more flash.
Seen any pithy witticisms around? Post 'em in the comments. Until then, here's the four best I've spotted.
Judge Smails: "Do you stand for goodness, or for badness?" Danny Noonan: "Goodness! ... I ... I want to be good." Judge Smails: "Good!"
Oprah could probably afford to buy the entire Pepsi Center population a car. What does it say about right-wing discourse that George Soros is the scary monster funding liberal groups, but Oprah largely gets a pass? Is it because everyone loves Oprah? Probably.
These guys were country boys from Missouri. I watched a perplexed talking head interview them. He was having a tough time getting words out, their sign confused him so much.
Hard to decide what the best part of this is: the hand-lettering. The late additions of the D, the S and the comma after mockery from convention-goers. The fact that someone would show up at the DNC touting Fox News. All of these are spectacular. If I run into any of the Fox people staying in my hotel, I'm going to ask them for on-the-record comment.
Get the This Week's Top Stories Newsletter
Every week we collect the latest news, music and arts stories — along with film and food reviews and the best things to do this week — so that you’ll never miss City Pages' biggest stories.
- Why we removed a controversial post
Minnesota State University, Mankato Mavericks Mens Hockey vs. University of Nebraska - Omaha Mavericks Mens HockeySat., Oct. 10, 7:07pm
Sat., Oct. 10, 7:30pm
Sat., Oct. 17, 12:00am
Sun., Oct. 18, 12:00pm
- Homeless youth Don Turner chases down thief in downtown Minneapolis
- Mall of America protest case costs Black Lives Matter's Adja Gildersleve an apartment