The Coffee House has hit its first 100G. Thank you to you all. I’ve learnt so much over the last year.

The Women In Black (WIB) above are on a peace mission outside the White House. I like their style. They look pretty scary!

WIB vigils began in January 1988 in Israel, when a small group of Israeli women, protesting the escalating cycle of violence, dressed in black and stood in silent vigil with signs stating, “Stop the Occupation.” They were inspired by the action of the “Mothers of the Plaza the Mayo” in Argentina and “Black Sash” in South Africa.

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2 Responses to 100,000

  1. earthpal says:

    It’s the first I’ve heard of the WIB movement. I like it. Gimmicky but catches attention.

    Well done Matt on 100G hits. You deserve it.

  2. matt says:

    Thanks EP. That goes to Pete too at all change at the alley.

    Came across WIB by chance. I think they would spook the politicians. How do they answer back to the silent ones that just won’t leave their gate. 🙂

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