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critical or appreciative

Discussion in 'Third Rail' started by theillp, Sep 5, 2005.

  1. theillp

    theillp 12oz Junior Member

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    critical or appreciative

    Discussion started by theillp - Sep 5, 2005

    usually i find whenever i see a spot i say "that fagget took my spot" or "who cares hes a toy"... but just now recently something struck a cord in me when i came across a certain feeling i hadn't had in a while.. like before i grew an ego i would have loved to see that graff on that spot and admire the style that im usually relectant to admire.. and have that feeling used to have before getting into graff.. love thinking what the peoples (general public) reaction to this fillin or this spot overkilled with tags would be.. ill delete this thread if no one relates or no one deleteds this trred
     
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  2. Abracadabra

    Abracadabra Dirty Dozen Crew

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    Abracadabra - Replied Sep 5, 2005

    so basically what you're saying is that the line "don't hate, congratulate" finally sank in.
     
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    CACashRefund 12oz Loyalist

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    CACashRefund - Replied Sep 5, 2005

    I go over everything and everyone, the call me...























































    THE BUFF!
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  4. shai

    shai Dirty Dozen Crew

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    shai - Replied Sep 6, 2005

    He's a king, you don't know? Yeah, it's a little hard to keep up the competitve spirit I once had...I still get a little stirred when toys take fame spots, but that's the game talking, not me. But, it's time to let others come up and let all the dumb shit go. I hardly talk to my old crew members because they try and make new beef my problem...and I've got real concerns, like trying to stay legit and pay off my debts. My life became ten times easier once I put all the silly drama behind me. I go paint by myself once in a while so I don't lose it, but now I mostly just take pictures and do my thing in the studio.

    I don't feel like it's bad to be critical sometimes, but it's better to appreciate the good stuff you see, as a rule.
     
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