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  1. crunkdup

    INDY 500

    jarjar......... i hope that exiles comment is a joke.. he's dope but to call him the king of the midwest, indiana, or even indianapolis is offensive... and not that it's that big of a concern, but you lack of spine in your recent beef is pretty offensive as well.. but keep carrying on.. i've been seeing lot's of your freights... it'd be nice to see some colors, but they're lookin hot regardless.........
  2. crunkdup

    INDY 500

    this coolname shit is so incoherent it doesn't really warrant a reply.. this coolname shit is so incoherent it doesn't really warrant a reply.. but here are some things i found interesting... I hope this is a joke Why? the only thing you've ever said about this is "i don't like him" you went over the TeeCeeBee on Mass Ave dipshit.... not to mention the two TCBs on the blue SN UN all city wall.... and CUE's shit is TCB shit.. so you went over TCB a lot.... we could argue all day about who burned who and never agree, but there was no need for you to go over CUE anyway cuz there was a shit load of space next to him at every single spot... EROS NUA (who still paints eros freights once or twice a year despite his knowledge of EROS NTS AKB TCI) dissed a SN KEAS UNONE e2e freight in 1997.. he lined it and wrote "A line for the kings" flicks of arest over CUE on freights have been posted on here before.. they can be reposted.. coolname.. you're a sad old clinically certified skitzophrenic man who sells his medication and lives off disability checks from the government..... and now you've stooped to outright lying for legitimacy... your shit isn't almost non-existent in this city or any other city and your freights are garbage... i respect your longevity but hate that since the day you began your inability to show mutual respect to those DESTROYING steets AND BURNING freights, cleans, walls, hiways, etc has divided and held back this city's potential and its reputation.. the conspiracy theories you spout on your website and in your magazine are ridiculous and offensive because they make it easier for people to discount legitimate radical critiques of the police-state government/neo-liberal economic system we are forced to live under.. don't let fear get in your way of living your own life, fulfilling your own desires, chasing your own dreams, and building the world you want to live in.. if you want to live your life devoid of logic that's cool with me, but if your dream is to see others fail be prepared for the consequences...
  3. crunkdup

    spotted 70

    cracked ass CRACKED ASS... you got a flick of that keas E2E railbox?? it's missing from my collection.. and i'm sure it wasn't over any pieces.. maybe hollows.... good looking out... peace
  4. crunkdup

    INDY 500

    I'm cool with cats in TC5 and there is no drama.. so don't sweat it.. I think Indianarail was trying to get at the TREND of hijackings of names.. NUA=UA HFX=FX IHP=IHU UPS=UPS EROS=EROS AKB TCI NTS (minneapolis king.. and not self proclaimed) all that shit's pretty bit.. but whatever.. i'm sure you'll never reach the radar's of those crews and if you ever do, i'm sure they won't feel too threatened... ya'll keep yapping and we'll keep takin the city back...
  5. crunkdup

    INDY 500

    INDIANARAIL and TAXER speak the truth.. If you wanna paint/chill/get hooked up in indy, SHORE and AREST are not the heads to connect with.. they do almost nothing.. and what they do is always negative and reactionary rather than positive and proactive... and what they do paint on the same 2 or 3 spots all the time is always a horrendous excuse for graffiti/lettering... That HEIST, TRUST, and GAMBL shit is well painted.. i'm feeling it all whether or not i personally rock the same style or not.. but compare that to the indy NUA stuff.. why would people not from indy EVER want to come to indy to stoop to the level of NUA??? it baffles the mind.. Be fair warned, their shit is not gonna last in this city.. If you paint with them there is no guarantee that your shit will last either.... that's just what it's gonna come down to these grim days.. i wish it wasn't getting to this point.. but i think it's getting there...
  6. holy shit.. the camel story is beautiful.. i want to see the other flicks.. and i'd really appreciate it if someone would repost the FUSION panels on here that were posted a while back.....
  7. i heard cakes and romeo did a whole train on the mta.. heard it was shown on video at the last years kick the shit jam in prague.. what's the deal..?? i haven't seen flicks..
  8. HOT HOT HOT... i want copies of those flicks...
  9. crunkdup

    INDY 500

    from the pastel pink outline.. to the rusted nyc graybelly... to the busted tails on the k and the s... i really can't tell who painted that.. and the more i look at it the more i think it HAD to be keas cmd mw... who was next to it....??
  10. crunkdup

    INDY 500

    those new straight blocky esay's are pretty hot man.. looks like you been killin the yard.. what's up with that keas?? who was next to it? where was it caught..? no memories of that one.. it's OLD.
  11. U.N. Official: Fake Iraq Nuke Papers Were Crude Tue Mar 25, 9:39 AM ET By Louis Charbonneau VIENNA (Reuters) - A few hours and a simple internet search was all it took for U.N. inspectors to realize documents backing U.S. and British claims that Iraq had revived its nuclear program were crude fakes, a U.N. official said. Speaking to Reuters on condition of anonymity, a senior official from the U.N. nuclear agency who saw the documents offered as evidence that Iraq tried to buy 500 tons of uranium from Niger, described one as so badly forged his "jaw dropped." "When (U.N. experts) started to look at them, after a few hours of going at it with a critical eye things started to pop out," the official said, adding a more thorough investigation used up "resources, time and energy we could have devoted elsewhere." The United States first made the allegation that Iraq had revived its nuclear program last fall when the CIA warned that Baghdad "could make a nuclear weapon within a year" if it acquired uranium. President Bush (news - web sites) found the proof credible enough to add it to his State of the Union speech in January. The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) official said the charge Iraq sought the uranium was to be the "stake in the heart" of Baghdad and "would have been as close to a smoking gun as you could get" because Iraq could only want it for weapons. OBVIOUS FAKES Once the IAEA got the documents -- which took months -- French nuclear scientist Jacques Bautes, head of the U.N. Iraq Nuclear Verification office, quickly saw they were fakes. Two documents were particularly bad. The first was a letter from the president of Niger which referred to his authority under the 1965 constitution. That constitution has been defunct for nearly four years, the official said. There were other problems with the letter, including an unsuccessful forgery of the president's signature. "It doesn't even look close to the signature of the president. I'm not a (handwriting) expert but when I looked at it my jaw dropped," the official said. Another letter about uranium dated October 2000 purportedly came from Niger's foreign minister and was signed by a Mr. Alle Elhadj Habibou, who has not been foreign minister since 1989. To make matters worse, the letterhead was out of date and referred to Niger's "Supreme Military Council" from the pre-1999 era -- which would be like calling Russia the Soviet Union. After determining the documents were fakes, the IAEA had a group of international forensics experts -- including people from the U.S and Britain -- verify their findings. The panel unanimously agreed with the IAEA. "We don't know who did it," the official said, adding that it would be easy to come up with a long list of groups and states which would like to malign the present Iraqi regime. The IAEA asked the U.S. and Britain if they had any other evidence backing the claim that Iraq tried to buy uranium. The answer was no. IAEA chief Mohamed ElBaradei informed the U.N. Security Council in early March that the Niger proof was fake and that three months with 218 inspections at 141 sites had produced "no evidence or plausible indication" Iraq had a nuclear program. But last week Vice President Dick Cheney repeated the U.S. position and said that ElBaradei was wrong about Iraq. "We know (Iraqi President Saddam Hussein) has been absolutely devoted to trying to acquire nuclear weapons, and we believe he has in fact reconstituted nuclear weapons," he said.
  12. HEAVY LOX.. ALTERNATIVES TO WAR 37. What should be the U.S. approach to Iraq? The U.S. should immediately announce that war is not a solution to the U.S.-Iraq crisis, and that it will neither initiate a unilateral war nor use the United Nations as a tool to create a false "multi-lateral" cover for war, and that diplomacy and truly international initiatives will replace war. 38. What should be done about economic sanctions? The U.S. should call for the immediate lifting of all economic sanctions against Iraq, end foreign control of Iraq's oil income, and end the prohibitions against trade and the rehabilitation of Iraq's economy. In the meantime the U.S. should allow Iraq to suspend repayment of 25% of its oil revenues to the compensation fund until such time as UNICEF certifies that Iraqi children are no longer at grave risk from sanctions-driven impoverishment. 39. What should be U.S. policy regarding disarmament in and around Iraq? The U.S. should support the work of the UN inspectors in Iraq, and respect the independence and authority of the United Nations as decision-maker regarding inspections. The U.S. should transform military sanctions on Iraq by immediate implementation of Article 14 of the UN ceasefire Resolution 687, which says that disarming Iraq's WMDs should be a step towards the creation of a Middle East-wide zone free of all weapons of mass destruction and the missiles to deliver them. This of course requires an end to the U.S.-led double standard that ignores the need for international inspection and destruction of Israel's known but unacknowledged nuclear arsenal, and provides a framework for ending all chemical and biological weapons programs in Iran, Israel and elsewhere in the region. The U.S. should move to end its role as the largest supplier of arms of all kinds to this already arms-glutted region. The U.S. should immediately go public with the documentation of all U.S. companies and government agencies involved in Iraq's weapons of mass destruction programs in the past, and announce new restrictions that will prohibit all U.S. companies from exporting arms to any country in the Middle East. The U.S. should announce its intention to follow the model of the UN arms inspections regime in Iraq to welcome international inspections of all U.S. WMD facilities and dual-use programs, and urge the other four permanent members of the Security Council to follow suit. The U.S. should immediately resume participation in the negotiations it walked out of to strengthen enforcement of the Biological Weapons Treaty. The U.S. should announce its intention to provide a model for nuclear disarmament by reaffirming its commitment to implementation of Article VI of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty requiring moves towards complete nuclear disarmament by the official nuclear weapons states. 40. What should a new U.S. policy on oil look like? The U.S. should recognize that the only route to energy independence lies with decreasing our dependence on oil in favor of alternative fuels. The United States represents 4% of the world's people; we consume 25% of the world's oil and other resources. The Persian Gulf region holds 65% of the world's oil; as long as the U.S. remains dependent on ever-increasing supplies of oil, we remain dependent on that region. 41. What should we do about the "No-Fly" zones? The U.S. should immediately end its bombing of the "no-fly" zones in Iraq, end military enforcement of the zones, and declare an end to the "no-fly" zones. The U.S. should call on Turkey to respect its own borders and to keep its air force and ground troops out of Iraqi territory. The U.S. should encourage the continuation of the recent negotiations between Kurdish leaders and the Iraqi regime regarding protection of the Iraqi Kurdish population and other potentially threatened communities in Iraq. The U.S. should also encourage other third parties (such as the European Union, the Arab League, Jordan, Qatar, France) to work through the UN to initiate such discussions with the Iraqi government. Since the EU is already involved in discussions regarding Turkey's treatment of its Kurdish minority, broadening those talks in such a way as to include protecting the rights of Iraqi as well as Turkish Kurds might be a useful beginning. 42. How can the U.S. better promote human rights for Iraqis? The U.S. should recognize the limitations on its credibility because of its long-standing support for the Iraqi regime during the periods of the most egregious human rights violations. The U.S. should support international initiatives (tribunals or other forums) designed to hold individuals and governments (Iraq, U.S., and others) accountable for the violations of all categories of human rights of civilians - political, civil, economic, social and cultural - in Iraq or occupied Kuwait from the mid-1980s until the present to include the periods of most serious violations. The tribunal could investigate violations of the laws of war (the use of chemical weapons, failure to account for missing prisoners of war, etc.); violations of civil and political rights (widespread use of arbitrary arrest, torture, extrajudicial killings, forced expulsions and relocations, etc.), and violations of economic and social rights (denial of food, water, medical care through the imposition of economic sanctions). The U.S. should initiate internal investigations to determine the accountability of U.S. officials responsible for crafting or implementing policies in Iraq that have violated the human rights of the Iraqi population and should take steps to prevent such policies from being imposed in the future. Such an investigation should cover all violations of the laws of war, including attacks against nonmilitary and retreating Iraqi troops by allied forces during the Gulf War and the ongoing bombing of "no-fly" zones in Iraq. There should also be a U.S. investigation of large-scale violations of economic, social, and cultural rights from the allied bombing and sanctions regime, including the denial of a civilian population's access to sufficient food, water, medicine, and education, as well as the destruction of educational, medical, economic and cultural institutions. 43. What should be done with the Iraqi opposition? The U.S. should announce an immediate end to support for armed Iraqi opposition groups. Since the 1998 Iraq Liberation Act does not include specific implementation requirements, the White House can and should reverse its current position of support for the act and announce its intention to disregard it. The U.S. should reassert its commitments to abide by the UN Charter and other international legal prohibitions against efforts to overthrow other countries' governments. The U.S. should agree to provide funds only to Arab League, European Union, UN, or other multilateral efforts to provide economic and humanitarian aid to civil society organizations and humanitarian institutions inside Iraq; Washington should provide no funds to unilaterally selected recipients or campaigns, including propaganda or political campaigns. The U.S. should work to protect Kurdish interests through a reconciliation process aimed at establishing a non-discriminatory regional autonomy agreement with the Iraqi Kurds, and guaranteeing that, with the lifting of sanctions, the region's economic well-being is protected.
  13. MARTIAL LAW IN THE US Red Alert would end some personal freedoms Published by the Gannett State Bureau 3/15/03 By TOM BALDWIN GANNETT STATE BUREAU TRENTON -- If the nation escalates to "red alert," which is the highest in the color-coded readiness against terror, you will be assumed by authorities to be the enemy if you so much as venture outside your home, the state's anti-terror czar says. "This state is on top of it," said Sid Caspersen, New Jersey's director of the office of counter-terrorism. Caspersen, a former FBI agent, was briefing reporters, alongside Gov. James E. McGreevey, Thursday, when for the first time he disclosed the realities of how a red alert would shut the state down. A red alert would also tear away virtually all personal freedoms to move about and associate. "Red means all non-critical functions cease," Caspersen said. "Non-critical would be almost all businesses, except health-related." A red alert means there is a severe risk of terrorist attack, according to federal guidelines from the Department of Homeland Security. "The state will restrict transportation and access to critical locations," says the state's new brochure on dealing with terrorism. "You must adhere to the restrictions announced by authorities and prepare to evacuate, if instructed. Stay alert for emergency messages." Caspersen went further than the brochure. "The government agencies would run at a very low threshold," he said. "The state police and the emergency management people would take control over the highways. "You literally are staying home, is what happens, unless you are required to be out. No different than if you had a state of emergency with a snowstorm." "The reason being is, what we're saying is, 'Everybody sit down!' "If you are left standing, you are probably a terrorist. And if you are not law enforcement or emergency response; That's how we're going to catch you. "You're not going to have a seat to go to. "That is the basic premise of it." 11 Published on March 16, 2003
  14. DOUBLE STANDARDS http://us.news2.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/ap/20030323/capt.1048424120.iraq_us_marines_war_xits108.jpg'> they've got gall to kill innocent civilians and then rub the survivors' faces in the fact that they are now ruled by us imperialism....
  15. DOUBLE STANDARDS bombing innocent iraqi's is bad enough.. but then bombing their buildings to remind them that they are now under US imperialist rule is horrendous... http://us.news2.yimg.com/us.yimg.com/p/ap/20030323/capt.1048424120.iraq_us_marines_war_xits108.jpg'>
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