20 March 2003
From sfgate today, on the anti-war protests and street blockages in San Francisco this morning:
"At 7:15 a.m., a band of six young men wearing orange vests and hard hats stolen from a construction crew furtively dashed onto the Eighth Street off-ramp from Highway 101, put down orange cones, flares and men-at-work signs, then ran off.
The whole operation took 90 seconds, then they ran off on Eighth Street dialing their cell phones as they went.
"It's done. We've screwed them good," one of them said into his phone. Traffic immediately snarled at the corner, with only one lane heading south on Eighth open and the main lane heading downtown blocked by the cones.
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