belongs in third rail, but this bill was approved:
do you think people would show up to a rally against this? i mean it's a bit of a strange cause, but i think that would get attention for it, and this is a town that seems more accepting of it than most... and i'm sick of bigass political rallies for casues that no one looks at kansas city about... local shit is more important.. so, would it have a chance of happening if the word got spread enough?
p.s. i was thinking that since the city wants to charge business owners for it, we could get the word spread to get people to do something about it:
1) have business owners refuse to pay, saying that the graffiti there was legal, and then sue the vandal squad for... you guessed it, vandalism! 8)
2) show business owners the work of a lot of local writers to get more people do some legals... just showing some local support, make people realize it ain't ugly...
3) general presence... i mean, if it was big enough, it's a weird enough cause to get on tv.