The Daily Pixel: A one-man walking protest in Tempe

It’s not uncommon to see people with signs walking around the main intersections in Tempe, Arizona near the Arizona State University campus. Most seem to be religious in nature–recruiting people to Jesus, as it were–or related to major political discussions like “occupying” or protesting war. I found this guy pretty interesting as his complaints related to very specific people in Tempe including a judge and several police officers. I admit, I had half a mind to give him pointers on more effective signage and correct spelling, of course.

January 11, 2012

I wanted to tell him that his message would be more effective if people could actually read it without standing right next to him!

xoxo,
shawna

The Daily Pixel- January 1, 2012– Death Star Pancakes 
The Daily Pixel- January 2, 2012- Double date in Half Moon Bay 
The Daily Pixel- January 3, 2012- The Tiki Tiki Tiki Tiki Room, aka the scariest attraction at Disneyland
The Daily Pixel- January 4, 2012- The Wookie of my dreams
The Daily Pixel- January 5, 2012- Classic Disney
The Daily Pixel- January 6, 2012- Winter veggies galore
The Daily Pixel- January 7, 2012- Vanilla roasted pears
The Daily Pixel- January 8, 2012- Christmas waffles in January
The Daily Pixel- January 9, 2012- Curing the “Mondays” with a steak supper

The Daily Pixel- January 10, 2012- Seeing a man about some ankles

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