More otto BS
This is how I know you lost your argument, when you can't barely respond.
This is what it's like. They even stagger the actual March over an hour so that, even though the actual walking starts at about 1-1:30, people are still reaching the USSC at 3:00.
See you just admitted there wasn't a half million people and you don't even know it.
Let review the generous assumptions I am about to make any of which will have the affect of over estimating the crowd size.
That it was as crowded as a football game through the entire March.
Despite it being this crowded, people could still move at the average walking speed of 3 miles per hour.
They really filled the entire width of a 100 foot street with this density of people.
The walk started at 1, and people were still passing the Supreme Court at 3.
That gives me people walking for 2 hours at 3 MPH for a total of a 6 mile of walking. As I established in my previous post you needed 8.5 miles of walking to get to half a million. Even with all of these generous assumptions you are well short (about a 1/3).
Using the reality of a not as densely packed march, people walking slower then average walking speed, the street being about 75 feet across, my estimate (which is more scientific then what ever method then the people who gave the half million estimate used) is about 150,000 people.
This post was edited on 1/27 at 4:33 pm