Saturday’s Women’s March on Washington was officially the biggest one-day march in United States history, with over 2.9 million peaceful protesters taking to the streets to remind the world that “women’s rights are human rights.” UConn professor Jeremy Pressman is keeping a running tally of the crowd-size estimates across the globe, including an estimated 60,000-63,000 marchers in Atlanta, 175,000 in Boston, 400,000-500,000 in New York City, and, most impressively, 470,000-680,000 in Washington D.C.
Madonna was there, as was Scarlett Johansson, Melissa Benoist, Samantha Bee, Emma Watson, Amy Poehler, and many other famous female celebrities. Saturday was all about the ladies, but a special shoutout has to be given to one man — no, not Piers Morgan and his ridiculous “Men’s March” — who marched in Washington and posed with arguably the best sign of the day.
In The Big Lebowksi, Steve Buscemi’s character, Donny, is constantly told by John Goodman to pipe down, or that he doesn’t know what he’s talking about. On Saturday, the Horace and Pete star got a small piece of revenge by posing with a sign asking President Trump (whose favorite Coen Brothers movie is probably Intolerable Cruelty) to “shut the f*ck up, Donny, you’re out of your element.” The Reddit user who uploaded the photo wrote, “Steve showed up out of nowhere. It was crazy. We were walking in the march, and he just floated in from out of nowhere. It was really cool. He was great.”
The marcher was also going to bring a rug (it really tied the sign together), until it got pee all over it. Everyone was still delighted, though.