First question is: how many people intend to march with us? That will determine how many contingent monitors we need. Can someone put out a poll on the Facebook page to ask that group and report back here? I'm not on Facebook so I can't do it myself.
2-25 persons marching = 2 Contingent Monitors
26 to 50 persons marching = 4 Contingent Monitors
51 to 75 persons marching = 6 Contingent Monitors
Second question is, how many people would be unable to march if we did not have a car? This will determine if we get one or not, and how many additional contingent monitors we need for the wheels (1 per wheel is my recollection).
Third question is, how many people are willing to attend contingent monitor training, besides myself? If we don't have enough to get a car, that will end the discussion quickly.
Fourth question is, if I can't get the banner and flags back from last years coordinator, how will we identify ourselves?
Lastly, who has an idea for a simple theme? In recent past we've done: switch-hitters, fence-sitters, bisexuals in paradise, invisiBIlity. Suggestions that didn't get selected were Famous Bisexuals in History, marriage-related stuff (having couples of various gender orientations dressed in wedding garb paired, maybe even square dancing so they trade off), and Green Bisexuals (as in, sustainability).
My new suggestion for this year is to take a cue from a Star Trek episode, which featured a race war between people who had one side black and one side white, and the "opposite race" had the opposite sides black and white, like this:
Perhaps we can come up with something like this using the Bisexual Colors?
Thanks for any suggestions or help,
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