Protests aren't always symbolic. Sometimes they bring about real change ... like the recent outcry in Bolivia over network Unitel's decision to change the time slot for its daily Simpsons broadcast. Nearly 2,000 protestors (mostly youthful, some in costume) convinced the channel to re-think its decision.

The below video (from Unitel, as it happens) is in Spanish without subtitles, but the passion of Simpsons fans transcends the boundaries of language ... particularly when it's being conveyed through the mouth of a rubber Homer mask.

Via Dangerous Minds, The New York Post, and Latin Times.