Post game report, christmas protest, toronto Missing the rest of the group who did their best, I made up the time protesting from my arrival (3:35pm) until 5:10pm. From then on, nothing much happened. My hands went a bit numb, changed camera batteries twice, shot some video clips, but was unable to take any pictures. The camera needs to be diagnosed at home if it is faking dead batteries when for a fact, they were fully charged. I did get at least 30% people to agree, 10% were neutral, 60% didn't care. I educated some two dudes who were freshly audited about what they could be paying if they choose to move up in the higher ranks. Both seemed to be tough guys, if there was more than one person, who know more than me, the situation would have educated them much better. A few asked me why I wore the mask, I gave them the obvious answer any anon would, "My identity cannot be revealed, I don't need to be followed home, harmed, attacked or harassed by scientologists" An older woman asked me why I wore the mask, I explained why (via heading to the subway as she stopped me to talk) I did, told her a bit about the cult, she appeared to be fairly knowledgeable about it. She wished me good luck with the protests. I also educated somebody who WAS thinking about becoming a scientologist, that is, until I told her about how much it would cost in total to know about Xenu (est. $145 G's). She didn't know that. A few photographers even took pictures of me, some with them, during the solo raid. I didn't encounter any OSA thugs, but the odd crack head did yell "faggot" and "faggit" while driving by, something in which tells me, that person needs to get off the crack, go to rehab. All in all, the solo raid was smooth. I left a sign I no longer needed in the open, inside the country style patio that is in easy public view. Only problems: -Wet soggy mask, saturated from humidity. -Malfunctioning camera. Video clips to come soon!