- Financially too risky unless the Robots are solid gold and the City can buy them on credit
- The City is already going bankrupt because they insist on spending hundreds of millions of dollars on attorneys
- 48,000 more homes
- 600,000 more car trips
- 5,200,000 more Bagpipes
- Too many chemicals, including huge quantities of the industrial solvent dihydrogen monoxide
- Radioactive rodents
5:30 a.m. - march begins at City Hall with torches and pitchforks - bring the kids!
We’ll rally at Jackson Park - concludes about Midnight
Live Music. Break Dancing. Learn the latest rumors that have been flooding into our news desk and hear terrified speakers practice the pointing and screaming skills we crowd-scene extras will need for the coming Robot Uprising
Please contact us at: WHAT'S THE POINT
What's The Point
1418 Giallobrico Rd.
PMB 3.14 Alameda, CA 94501