After the meeting ajourned for the
evening, I wandered around the
parking lot for a while taking pictures of good sticker collections.
It's interesting to me that KPFK,
the Los Angeles equivelent of KPFA in
Berkeley, has "VOICE OF MASS DISSENT" on their stickers. KPFA has "FREE
SPEECH RADIO" on theirs. I'm wondering if that means the word "free"
means more up here than it does down there.
The Thursday after the meeting I
talked about it at the Mountain View
Voices for Peace meeting. Somebody told me "political parties are
entitled to their faction fights." Thinking about that now, I'm
wondering if it's a necessary part of getting along.