I went into something of a painting frenzy over the weekend, painting the signs shown here in about nine hours for a total cost of about six dollars.
One of the purposes of this project is to see how many people one person can reach, and signs are staying up so long now, that number's becoming astronomical.
Over the next few days I'm going to try and step up the pace a bit, concentrating on major population centers in California. Right now there's at least half a dozen cases against people around the country for holding or displaying anti-war signs - not just on freeways, but even in places like parks, gardens and in one case, even on their own porch.
I don't know how useful my example might be in their defense, but it will seem a little unfair if people get punished for putting up one sign when some hippie in California gets to put up thousands of them.