Over 200,000 people turned up on the National Mall for Saturday's Rally, but the sanity and/or fear didn't stop there. Thousands of people gathered together for satellite rallies in their hometowns and left the evidence all over the Internet.
It was a rainy day, but that didn't stop the residents of Seattle from standing up for sanity. According to organizers, roughly 6,000 people — including Representative Jim McDermott — convened at Westlake Park to speak, carry signs and watch the Rally on television.
The second major local rally, The Denver Committee to Restore Sanity and/or Fear drew hundreds of people and raised over $2,000 for DonorsChoose.
In Deutschland, local host Eva Adams threw what appears to be a Medium-Size Dinner Party to Restore Sanity and/or Fear.
The Top of Mount Everest
Despite the lack of oxygen, a few intrepid climbers managed to preserve their sanity by holding a satellite rally at Base Camp, more than 17,000 feet above sea level. This might just be the coolest photo ever taken (CREDIT: Scott Stevens):
Minneapolis/St. Paul, MN
About 200 people (100 sets of twins?) came out to salute sanity and/or fear in the sister cities.
Even in Sarah Palin's hometown, the clarion call of sanity and/or fear persuaded 325 people to get up and slog it over to the local middle school at 8am. Not bad for Small Town, USAtm.
For a full list of satellite rallies, visit Rallymao.com.
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