Something Worth Watching

In my ramblings from page to page I recently stumbled into a blog called The Age of Hooper which is worth checking out. It’s from an anonymous guy who spends a lot of time undercover going to AntiWar rallies and videotaping and taking digital photos of the activities and the people in attendance. Before you get your panties in a twist and suggest that he’s spying on these people, he does it mostly in the spirit of a good jest, his main interest being to record the protest songs (such as they are) of the current era – and they are generally godawful.

Protest songs aside, what I found most interesting were some of the still pictures of the people who attend these things and the beliefs they apparently espouse as based on the signs they carry and the t-shirts they wear. What he’s collected through these photos ought to give anyone who takes these protestors even slightly seriously something to think about.



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Dave Nalle has worked as a magazine editor, a freelance writer, a capitol hill staffer, a game designer and taught college history for many years. He now designs fonts for a living and lives with his family in a small town just outside Austin where he is ex-president of the local Lions Club. He is on the board of the Republican Liberty Caucus and Politics Editor of Blogcritics Magazine. You can find his writings about fonts, art and graphic design at The Scriptorium. He also runs a conspiracy debunking site at

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