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President Bush Visits Greeley

During the 2004 presidential campaign, President George W. Bush visited my city in Northern Colorado (Greeley).  Here are the some pictures from that event.  You'll see how close we were to him (about 60 feet) but sometimes it was difficult to see.  People were putting kids on their shoulders or waving signs in the air.  In the end he got down on the floor and shook hands with the audience.  The last few pictures show the media frenzy.  The room was rather dark except for the stage so the camera had a difficult time focusing.  Some of the pictures will be a little fuzzy.  I scaled them down to 800 x 600 but if you want a copy, send me email and I will get you the originals.
Cutting down the family Christmas trees We went with a family from our Bible study up to the mountains near red feather in December, 2003
CCC Bible study group--The "Fear Factor Road Rally 2003" Our Bible study group had a men against women road rally to see who could rack up the most points with outrageous pictures in November, 2003
EFCA Conference Pictures in Kansas City June 2003 (Resized, but otherwise unedited)
CCC Mission Trip to San Juan Bible Camp My son went with the youth group in July, 2003.
Afghanistan video of a AC130 gunship Video from an aircraft as they drop bombs on terrorists.  You can hear the pilots talking.
Iraq video of an Apache helicopter This time the aircraft doesn't drop bombs but uses the big guns to shoot down the terrorists.  Here is a shorter version.

Is this a peace symbol
or upside down cross?


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CND stands for British Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament. The logo was originally designed in 1958 for the Direct Action Committee Against Nuclear War. It was designed by Gerald Holtom:

"I was in despair. Deep despair. I drew myself: the representative of an individual in despair, with hands palm outstretched outwards and downwards in the manner of Goya’s peasant before the firing squad. I formalised the drawing into a line and put a circle round it."

The logo is a semaphore for the letters Nuclear and Disarmament, but also it’s a self portrait. The logo is widely known as the peace symbol.

A cross with the arms broken, signifies the “gesture of despair,” and the “death of man.'’

Quotes from letters Bertrand Russell, the president of the CND at the time, wrote in response to H. Pickles from Lichthort Verlag who wrote to complain that the peace symbol was a death symbol because the arms pointed downwards.
Russell’s reply:
“I am afraid that I cannot follow your argument that the ND badge is a death-symbol. It was invented by a member of our movement as the badge of the Direct Action Committee against Nuclear War, for the first Aldermaston March. It was designed from the naval code of semaphore, and the symbol represents the code letters for ND. To the best of my knowledge, the Navy does not employ signallers who work upside down.”

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