My own sign was less clever, but I did manage to make one before I left for the March for Science (Saint Paul, Minnesota):
This march was smaller than the Women's March, but there was still a HUGE turn out. I can't believe the reports that are only counting us at 10,000. I would easily have said 50 or 60 thousand. I went with Mason and his friend Rosemary and her mom (and a friend of her mom's). We were able to get fairly close to the Cathedral to be dropped off. We could even have found parking, but the plan was for a drop-off. It may be that with the nice weather, a lot more people were finding non-car ways of getting to the march. I know that my friend Naomi biked, and she reported that she could hardly find a spot to lock her bike. Given that this march took place on Earth Day, I wouldn't be surprised if a large number of people biked in (there was still snow on the ground for the Women's March.)
The signs were all amazing. So many math puns.
As I remarked to Rosemary's mom, it was impressive how "on theme" everyone was. I mean, there were a couple of re-treads. I saw at least one: "Things are so bad, the Introverts are here!" and one or two on the overarching theme of Trump Sucks, which could have been recycled from the Women's March. But, from what I saw, science really was the main theme. The T-Rexes were there. Someone (people, probably,) had a giant wholly mammoth puppet. Lab coats seemed to be a bigger theme than the knitted "brain" hats (which were meant to the be science version of the pussy hats.)
The sun was bright. It was actually kind of hot, despite the typical Spring-like weather. Me and the kids gave up early (the acoustics for the speakers were still really very bad) and we hopped on the light rail and went to Ichiddo Ramen for some sustenance. Then we light railed it the rest of the way home.
Via la revolution!