I don't remember too many really humerous antics, tho I'm
sure they happened all the time.
One time during People's Park, my buddy and I approached a Nat'l
Guard truck, and while I conversed with the guys in the cab, my buddy
let the air outta there tires. And I knew a young lady who would wear
no panties with her mini-skirts in an att6empt to frustrate the Guards.
But what I really remember is seeing two demented sons of bitches
in Alameda sheriff garb ( the same assholes who shot up the folks on
Telegraph ) tracking me down Shattuck...altho I was just walking down the
street looking for work. That and the night they beat the crap out of a
pregnant woman while invading the Free Health Clinic.
Sorry, no happy memories here.
PS _ I apologize for the anger.
From: PNFPNF@aol.com <PNFPNF@aol.com>
Date: Monday, June 05, 2000 1:27 PM
Subject: [sixties-l] in Berkeley in the sixties
>I am interested to know if anyone has information on some of the more
>flamboyant Berkeley "street theater" events of the late 1960s. I remember
>watching, at a meeting of some new East Bay agit-prop group, a film or
>television special on people happening to put antiwar billboards up in San
>Francisco. Later, some of us did some "everywhere in one night"
>posters-putting against the war. Then there were some funny actions during
>the San Francisco State strike. And so on.
> Obviously, one still can feel hesitant to discuss details of
>the ones I'm thinking of were certainly nonviolent, were barely
>really--yet is anyone collecting the basic info., at least?
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