Live from DNC: It’s a Mad World (Day 2)
Stephen Green prowls the streets of Denver looking for the strange, the wondrous — those who march to a different drummer.
August 26, 2008 - 3:50 pm
Read Stephen Green’s diary from Day 1 here.
Stephen continues his Journey of Discovery into the wilds of Denver. Today he samples the local flora and fauna.
8/26 3:35 PM
Once again, I headed out into (can you go out and into the same place at the same time) the wilds of downtown Denver to see the sights — and there were many sights to behold. Here are a few.
For a party none too fond of capitalism, the Democrats have certainly brought out plenty of entrepreneurs this week. This fellow is selling Obamas in Bottles. He promises his product is “80% Made in the USA.”
It never occurred to me to imagine John McCain gettin’ sweaty to the oldies. Now I know why.
One John Edwards supporter managed to keep his sense of humor. His t-shirt reads, “My candidate for the Democratic nominee for president banged a sleazy gold digger while his wife was fighting terminal cancer and lied about it and destroyed his political future and all I got was this lousy t-shirt.”
Most everyone here has been friendly and fun — and were can I get some of those technicolor tattoos?