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boston legals

Discussion in 'Third Rail' started by twofish, Oct 7, 2001.

  1. twofish

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    boston legals

    Discussion started by twofish - Oct 7, 2001

    Does anyone know a legal wall in Boston to paint?
     
  2. KING OF HELL

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    KING OF HELL - Replied Oct 8, 2001

    there never have been too many legal spots in boston itself. most of them are out side the city. and the few that are there, people get and paint it, and leave it up. there really inst a legal wall that you can just keep rocking over and over. just go out and ask some business owners. it has worked in the past... your best bet by far is too look ofr some little nook or crannie that is chill and keep it secret.
     
  3. BIGMETALCIRCUS - Replied Oct 8, 2001

    theres one in cambridge, dont go alone... and one in beverly with a fence 6 ft. behind it. look for the chill spots, thats all the info youll get out of me.
     
  4. Clay-Burner

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    Clay-Burner - Replied Oct 8, 2001

    I go to the cambridge one all the time alone. just cause its the projects don't get scared.:king:
     
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  5. Harpo Marx

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    Harpo Marx - Replied Oct 8, 2001

    for real, listen to Bigmetal on the cambridge wall. Kids have gotten jumped there. Real sketched out. Beverly's fence sucks terribly. You need to take all flicks at an angle. And some of the chills have gone to hell.
    Where is the boston prodo with the 3a kids and it's 'underwater'?
     
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  6. KING OF HELL

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    KING OF HELL - Replied Oct 9, 2001

    there are a few places....still that you can paint, and there are some old ass ones that still are chill...look around.....
     
  7. i'mlost

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    i'mlost - Replied Oct 9, 2001

    get your flick book and go to some businesses and show them the shit you can do and ask if you can paint they're building. it works for this dude i know who's from boston.
     
  8. Pizointer138

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    Pizointer138 - Replied Oct 9, 2001

    go paint an illeagle. . .
     
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  9. hipnos

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    hipnos - Replied Oct 10, 2001

    yeah two kids i know got punched in the face there on separate occasions. and there are mad muggings there. not a good idea. unless you do it itd style and bring the entire crew! seriously though it's not chill anymore.
     
  10. boxcarwilly

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    boxcarwilly - Replied Oct 11, 2001

    thank you point.

    as for the three a one it is in mission hill in the osco parking lot.

    why did i even bother contributing to someone who wants to do legals opinion. argh i make myself mad when i try to be nice.


    FUCK LEGALS.

    *remember tho' chill doesnt necessarily mean legal.
     
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  11. BIGMETALCIRCUS - Replied Oct 11, 2001

    go paint a wall in the yard... sure its kinda blown, but why get your kicks in while its down...
     
  12. whatajerk

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    whatajerk - Replied Oct 11, 2001

    Why paint legal spots?

    I mean dont get me wrong a legal spot is real nice... to take you time and paint all weekend without anyone fucking with you.

    Nothing beats the feeling of painting when any second the poilce can run up on you. Yeah bombing is fun! it's a great rush....but painting semi style burners at hot spots is the way to go.

    Legals are cool for people that are afraid...or paint to fucking slow!


    Question.....
    Who is the slowest painter you know....who makes you say...." HURRY THE FUCK UP MAN!"
     
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    boxcarwilly - Replied Oct 11, 2001

    definately rome anyone who has ever painted with him knows that he takes 4 days to fucking paint a dead letter. that doesnt mean he isnt good just slow.
    on the other end i have heard that diego is fast as shit.
     
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    whatajerk - Replied Oct 12, 2001

    ?

    There still are people in boston that can paint.....
     
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    ASK - Replied Oct 12, 2001

    hypothetically, what if the wall is quarter mile from the "yard", and is not even on RR property, and is thoroughly painted already, and imagine this hypothetically suburban "yard" been blown harder than a pornstar with two cocks but you can STILL paint there during the day? And what if only like four to six people ever paint there? and you just had to paint something before you went away for a long time? is it okay then?

    no disrespect...

    Love, ineptronik
     
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