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Topic # 30695 18-Feb-2009 10:24
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Hello forum goers,

You may have heard rumors of a possible Auckland blackout process in the next couple of days.
Well, the rumors hold some truth, yes, the protest IS being planed by myself and a few others.

At the moment, it is looking like it won't be possible to have it held at the same time as the Wellington protest, as we have had only half the time to organise this one together.
I know that, as with every other Queen St protest, it is bound not to get much of the publics attention, but we are bound to get the media's attention, which WILL get the publics attention.

At the moment, the location mainly being considered is downtown Queen st, or there abouts.
But to make this happen, what we really need is the publics knowledge about this event. I am currently in communication with CFF to get information displayed on their website.

So, please, we are going to need as much help on this as possible to make it a reality.

Information will be found on the facebook page that has been set up (http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=55365077395), and my personal twitter page (http://www.twitter.com/drdanick).

Remember: Tell your fiends!


Origional thread:
http://forum.vodafone.co.nz/index.php?showtopic=1567




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Ultimate Geek

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  Reply # 196581 18-Feb-2009 18:42
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Awesome. Let me know if you need any help organising it.

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