Kansas City May 15, 2010 Post Game Okay, I'm bored. I'm just gonna start this, cause I want to report everything while I still remember it. I got there around 11:30 or 11:40. These guys were protesting when I showed up. There was a handler on our corner. When I noticed him and asked about him he went to the other side of the street. After awhile, I shouted out that he had no confront and that he was low on the tone scale. Then he disappeared. There was honking, people shouting at us from cars (much of it was indecipherable, other than a girl who complained about our masks), people asking questions and taking wet flyers from other anons, panhandling, and a drunk man who fell off his bike. Three of us helped him to his feet. A couple of groups were walking around, including one cancer awareness/support group (I should have told them Scientology thinks cancer is psychosomatic). A [STRIKE]possible[/STRIKE] scilon asked, "Who the hell is Lisa McPherson?" He walked off as anons were answering him and I saw him enter the org a couple of times. After the protest was over, I helped an elderly woman cross Main Street, then 39th. She asked me why people were honking and I said they might be honking because of my sign, which read 'Scientology Killed Lisa McPherson'. She just responded that she didn't know anything about it. Isn't it strange an old lady had no problems talking to a hooded man masked with a bandana and these scientologists have problems simply looking in our direction? After walking for a little bit, I decided to check if I was being tailed. I hung out in a private parking lot with my mask still on (stupid). Three guys from MainCor showed up and two of them approached me. I took off my mask and explained myself to them. One of them was all serious business and told me to get off the lot. The other guy was highly amused and I had a decent chat with him. I won't quote everything he said, but he likes the idea of us protesting Scientology. Decent turnout, shit weather. No videos from my end but another anon might have some.