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March Against Muni: Anti-Muni Protest @ City Hall 

"March Against Muni," the odd amalgam of largely young, hip people deeply incensed at rude Muni drivers, paper Fast Passes, and other maladies were scheduled to have their big march through downtown today. But that's not exactly what happened. Click through for the scene and read more in Joe Eskenazi's "Marching Muni Drivers Overwhelm 'March Against Muni'."
Christopher Victorio
A funny quote from the night -- no more yuppies.
Christopher Victorio
Anti-MUNI protest at City Hall.
Joe Eskenazi
I'd rather go naked than ride Muni.
Christopher Victorio
A young couple arrive for their wedding ceremony as the anti-muni protest kicks off outside city hall.
Christopher Victorio
Anti-MUNI protest at City Hall.
Christopher Victorio
Cars wizzing by the protest area.
Christopher Victorio
Anti-MUNI protest at City Hall.
Christopher Victorio
Anti-MUNI protest at City Hall.
Christopher Victorio
Chop from the top!
Christopher Victorio
Anti-MUNI protest at City Hall.
Christopher Victorio
Anti-MUNI protest at City Hall.
Christopher Victorio
Anti-MUNI protest at City Hall.
Christopher Victorio
Anti-MUNI protest at City Hall.
Christopher Victorio
Anti-MUNI protest at City Hall.
Christopher Victorio
Anti-MUNI protest at City Hall.
Christopher Victorio
Anti-MUNI protest at City Hall.
Christopher Victorio
Anti-MUNI protest at City Hall.
Christopher Victorio
Anti-MUNI protest at City Hall.
Christopher Victorio
Anti-MUNI protest at City Hall.
Christopher Victorio
Anti-MUNI protest at City Hall.
Christopher Victorio
Anti-MUNI protest at City Hall.
Christopher Victorio
Anti-MUNI protest at City Hall.
Christopher Victorio
Anti-MUNI protest at City Hall.
Christopher Victorio
Anti-MUNI protest at City Hall.
Christopher Victorio
Anti-MUNI protest at City Hall.
Christopher Victorio
Anti-MUNI protest at City Hall.
Christopher Victorio
Anti-MUNI protest at City Hall.
Christopher Victorio
Anti-MUNI protest at City Hall.
Christopher Victorio
Anti-MUNI protest at City Hall.
Christopher Victorio
No more lay-offs!
Christopher Victorio
Puppies protest too!
Christopher Victorio
Representing the Mission District.
Christopher Victorio
Riders and drivers unite!
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Christopher Victorio
A funny quote from the night -- no more yuppies.
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