Coadster protesting something when she was younger.
Today Coadster participated in a walk-out to protest the war in Iraq. A bunch of kids left school at noon and assembled in front of the high school to paint peace signs on their faces and then march downtown to the Ped Mall where there were bands and speakers and people wearing patchouli and eating lots of hippie food.
I thought it might be a good experience for Coadster to exert her constitutional rights and increase her awareness about political issues. Um, I must have been smoking crack. Coadster is dangerously close to turning fifteen. Apparently, she was mainly aware of the fact that many of the guys who marched were totally hot. She even used her sharp, organizational skills, to put them in order from super cute, down to just okay. I did try to find out more from her, besides which guys were attractive.
Me: So, what other things did you learn from the rally.
Coadster: Well, I noticed that all the college kids who organized it were kind of hairy.
Me: The guys or the girls?
Coadster: Both. None of them shaved and so there was just a lot of hair all over people.
Me: Welcome to the wonderful, hirsute, world of left-wing politics.