The floor is granted to anyone who wishes to speak, although it's not uncommon for "someone to get smacked for saying the wrong thing," one member explains. Varya , Jan 19, Besides, the more graffiti on a building, the quicker the spot gets cleaned. In graffiti slang, to buff is to make graffiti disappear by paint, water, rag, even spray can — to wipe it all clean like a classroom eraser at 3 p. As it turned out, neither of the boys had any graffiti materials in their possession, and they were released. It had just never happened.
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For example, your parents could get a subpoena to appear in court for being part of a public performance of "Happy Birthday to You," which as it turns out is totally illegal. The whole thing reportedly went down in 23 seconds flat. Like myself he didn't bomb the school never shit where you eat. In , the city prosecutor filed a lawsuit against me for selling paintings under my tagger nickname, "Smear," because it apparently violated California's unfair competition laws. Let's say you're relaxing in the park one day when the cops come up and ask to talk to you. Okay, sit down and enjoy the story you're about to read.
The two young men, maybe in their late teens, survey the area around them. Thinking back now this was dumb on my behalf. It was actually 30 feet below street level, and you had to walk down two ramps to get to it. A is a universal lock that the MTA at the time used all over the system, and having that key was essential as a writer. My genius tiki mug making friend, Henrik, is back to say: Let me tell you a story.
We've got two males, heavyset. Each tag can say something even while it doesn't say anything at all. We talked until five in the morning and watched Pasolini movies a lot. The XMEN were the baddest and coolest super heroes out there at least to me and they were my favorite. They told Felsoci and his partner that the tunnel was a regular hangout for the crew and that many of the sixteen members would be painting the next day where the tunnel let out, just north of the Denver Skatepark. Citing the often-used phrase "graffiti breeds graffiti," the committee concluded that quick removal was one of the strongest deterrents.