Dear Readers: If you are laboring on this Labor Day, the Goddess of Capitalism hopes that you are being profitable. Today has been designated “Empty Chair Day“. Professor Jacobson over at Legal Insurrection is celebrating, by publishing pictures from around the county featuring empty chairs. This has been a clever extension of the “Eastwooding” Twitter campaign that began in the wake of Clint Eastwood speech at the Republican National Convention.
- LI Post #1: National Empty Chair Day (photos from around country)
- LI Post #2: National Empty Chair Day Photos, Part 2
- Michelle Malkin: Monday is National Empty Chair Day; Updated with photos
- Twitchy: Monday is Empty Chair Day!
From the Professor:
Here is my contribution to the efforts. The quality of the photo is questionable — but I hope you all enjoy the snark!
The Goddess would be pleased to add more images! Please post links to your items in the comments section, or email them to mutnodjmetlpe at gmail.com and I will upload them as I get them.
UPDATE 1: A Classic LOL Catz Take on the subject
UPDATE 2: A damning photo essay from Beers with Demo. — We’re going to spend part of the day, running around and taking pictures of empty chairs in relevant locations. We’ll be using Twitter and this updated blog post later in the day to document our efforts.
Another recent storefront closure…
Poon? Apparently, #Obama -proof.
UPDATE 3: From Dawn Wildman, cofounder of the SoCal Tax Revolt Coalition and California Tea Party Coordinator, showing something Obama has forgotten:
UPDATE 3: From Ellen Wetherill –
UPDATE 4: From Mark Meckler of “Across the Fence” and the California Tea Parties: At the highway at the end of my country drive.
UPDATE 5: From Ermais – Inspired by Clint Eastwood and in HONOR of Barack Obama here’s our submission for “National Empty Chair Day” featuring a couple of Obama’s favorite past times. Photo was taken in front of the Berlin Wall Monument on Miracle Mile in Los Angeles. Thanks!
UPDATE 6: From KT Kat
The thrift store closed. The *thrift store*
Look! It’s a nonprofit chair!
All chair, no business.
UPDATE 7: SittingAtTheEdgeOfTheSandbox has one that does homage to today’s featured Alinsky Rule: #6 – A good tactic is one your people enjoy!
UPDATE 8: From WC Varones – there was an apparent spontaneous unsolicited Eastwooding in my neighborhood yesterday.
UPDATE 9: From Manmountain Molehill
UPDATE 10: From Redding, CA —