Submitted for your review:
The Rachel Corrie Memorial Committee of Victoria Invites you to a pancake breakfast at Denny’s Restaurant Sunday March 12 , 2006 10 am.
The Public is invited to a memorial pancake breakfast at Denny’s Restaurant on Douglas Street near Finlayson, 10 am, Sunday March 12, 2006 to celebrate the life and untimely death of Rachel Corrie, Peace Activist with the International Solidarity Movement.
There will be a reading of selections from Ms. Corrie’s letters and diary, followed by a ceremony at Topaz Park, where a stone cairn will be erected in her honour.
Attendees are encouraged to wear their keffiahs, and to dress in black.
No weapons, drugs, or alcohol please.
For those of you with a short memory, Ms. Corrie was the young woman who was protesting the Israeli policy of knocking down the homes of the families of Palestinian terrorists. She died under an Israeli Caterpillar bulldozer.
Some of the comments at the Indymedia site:
by DK • Sunday March 05, 2006 at 12:38 PM
I know that Corrie got flattened like a pancake by a Killdozer, but is this real? this seems way way way too funny to be real.
by Che • Sunday March 05, 2006 at 02:05 PM
I saw it in Monday magazine and posted at UVIC and Caosun
Leave your AK-47’s at home. No need to startle The little leaguers and soccer players who will be sharing the park at the same time.
I guess it’s OK to burn tires though.
by Spirit of the Wolf • Sunday March 05, 2006 at 09:38 PM
Can I get strawberries and strawberry syrup on those pancakes?
A very fitting tribute visually 😀
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