President Donald Trump isn't the only person to question attendance estimates at a big event over the past few days. I do, too. The audience-size guess most frequently floated after the Women's March on Denver, which took place on Saturday, January 21, was "more than 100,000." But to me, the Civic Center Park area seemed just as packed as it did during the Broncos' Super Bowl 50 Victory rally in February 2016 — and the crowd at that bash was supposed to be a million strong.
Whatever the true digits, the Women's March was an amazing gathering of passionate, emboldened creative females (and quite a few males, too).
And a lot of it couldn't be shown by the mainstream media.
Granted, plenty of the messaging was safe for work, including the very first sign I saw, a hilarious placard placed on a table next to a Starbucks inside the King Soopers on Speer before the festivities got under way:
Women's March on Denver slideshow.)
Side one of this sign:
Teague Bohlen's collection of nerd-tastic signs, but with an F-bomb bonus: