Civic protest can take many forms. Some choose to march. Others write letters and call their representatives. A few even organize members of their community to ignite collective activism.
But as far as I know, I’m the only one anagramming passages from Shakespeare into snide political commentary and posting it to the Internet.
And so, the struggle continues…
From Richard II:
Or if it be, ’tis with false sorrow’s eye,
Which for things true weeps things imaginary.
Shift around the letters, and it becomes:
I press your ire: Shifty thief tries to win a show fight with “Bowling Green Massacre.”