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A truck parked on Scotts Valley Drive displays anti-war sentiments.
A truck parked on Scotts Valley Drive displays anti-war sentiments.
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A passerby walks past a parking lot on Scotts Vallay Drive where a sign in the back of a truck expresses anti-war sentiments.
A passerby walks past a parking lot on Scotts Vallay Drive where a sign in the back of a truck expresses anti-war sentiments.
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With the world’s focus on a civil war in Syria, some local activists are making their pitch to sway public opinion against U.S. military involvement in Syria.

The above truck with a homemade sign was seen in a Scotts Valley parking lot on Tuesday afternoon.

For those unfamiliar with the recent event that have led to the international focus on Syria, the Washington Post has written a user-friendly article explaining the situation, You can read it here.

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A Christian
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September 12, 2013
Hey who Cares,

Does having an anti war sign make someone an" idot?"

I think commenting is" beond "you at his point.
who cares
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September 12, 2013
why would anyone think that a sign in some idots truck would pass as news is beond me. come on banner do some news that is relevant to SV or SLV


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