Was walking down by the Moss Park armory in Toronto, and came across a protest, so I strolled in. I was swarmed by homeless people wondering if I was from a newspaper. The ralley was in favour of putting money towards the homeless and not the war in Afganistan. The protest was held at the baseball diamond where three reservists from the near by armory kicked to death a homeless guy. A small story here. http://www.thestar.com/News/Columnist/article/415790 I chatted with a few of the homeless, the police and the performers, and it was a moving experience. Some of the Parkdale drummers striking up a tune. One of the speakers points to the bench where Paul Croutch was murdered The bench is behind these signs. A homeless man sleeps under the watchful eye of a policewoman on the phone. A moment Some watched from across the street Some just kept a little distance and enjoyed the tunes Something about this shot made me laugh. They marched over to the armory where the reservists were from. The police gathered around this gun. It was not going to save them from the crowd of threatening homeless people. The march itself was very peacefull, and all of the speakers just wanted more money spent on the homeless instead of the wars. I was surprised to find the different views of the homeless and how they felt. It was a 50/50 split.