The Thanksgiving Turkey

Vegetarians have to get their turkey away from the table on Thanksgiving. I'll likely be sticking it to mine at Union Square Park on Friday, where Bill O'Reilly will be visiting to speak at a radio station.

What's that song,
Wear a Flower in Your Hair? O'Reilly should bring a bouquet of apologetic roses and a peace flag, because the city by the bay hasn't yet forgotten his Nov. 8, 2005 comment on his show encouraging Osama bin Laden to bomb SF. O'Reilly on Fox New's Radio Factor:

And if Al Qaeda comes in here and blows you up, we're not going to do anything about it. We're going to say, look, every other place in America is off limits to you, except San Francisco. You want to blow up the Coit Tower? Go ahead.
The Ronald Reagan Home for the Criminally Insane, which for the inane is not a fan club, will be hosting a satiric street theatre demonstration, replete with an O'Reilly persona dressed like Osama (see right, of course). They're also going to circulate a petition to deny the O'Reilly's local radio affiliate a liscense. Its founder, Jeff Grubler said:
If encouraging a terrorist attack on a major American city over our public airwaves is not grounds for losing a broadcasting license than what is? Personally, I’d feel a lot safer if O’Reilly’s broadcasting range was limited to a cell in Guantanamo Bay. However I’m afraid that this would constitute torture, or at least cruel and unusual punishment for the other detainees at Camp X-Ray that would be forced to listen to him.
Sorry, Bill, San Francisco's a real No Spin Zone.