That doesn't appear to be a Falun Dafa protest. They have a large communist flag there, their banners are all red, and they say "warm welcome." Perhaps a cadre from the mainland was visiting, and a local apparatchik organised a crowd to say hello.On the subject of Falun Dafa though (or, its persecution), you might want to take a look at this long and disturbing article in the Weekly Standard, printed recently: http://weeklystandard.com/Content/Public/Articles/000/000/015/824qbcjr.asp
Hmmmmm. I distinctly remember hearing that that was a protest. Seems odd that they would gather in front of an A&B Sound for six hours just to welcome someone. Either way, it was a weird day.
Pretty sure it was a protest too. I was working that day. Oh, and good riddance... to Seanix, that is. A&B died a death some time ago.
It was totally a protest, some asian dude was coming to town or something like that and people were unimpressed. And it was because of the school across the street.I remember that day well. Good riddence to bad rubbish anyways. At least there were some decent people there when I was.
I shall lovingly remember A&B as it was, when I was there, and because I never set foot in that place after it turned into a castrated version of itself courtesy of Seanix. And of course it gave me some great lasting friendships. So thanks for the memories and farewell A&B Seymour.
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