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  1. It's convenient that your list of those dissed leaves out the people YOU went over on the line. Just like your delusional IG, you manipulate shit on the internet when the facts in reality are much different. Sadly, because you were quick to erase your comments from last night, I wasn't able to respond in a timely manner. Here's a memory refresher, if you forgot: NO DEAL. No surrender, no retreat. You have no authority to make demands. Anything you fix can and will be destroyed again. You are officially banned.
  2. absolutely love this thread. keep it up. the writing and photos together are perfect.
  3. http://www.juxtapoz.com/Graffiti/nekst-cutout-by-c4-in-san-francisco ^cut out
  4. anyone watching the news? 2 trains collided near ft. totten...
  5. The Wash DC thread is as detrimental to the DC graffiti scene as the buff or the cops. Good job everyone.
  6. this thread is never a disappointment.
  7. what's up with this lumix brand? good or not? ive never really heard of them. thoughts? personally i have a nikon f4 and a canon sd750.
  8. talking crap over the internet.... yeah, thats cool. get that respect. on another note, wash post today... more BS. D.C. Residents Encouraged to Help Clean Graffiti By Joe Holley Washington Post Staff Writer Friday, September 7, 2007; 5:56 PM District residents and business owners who find graffiti a public eyesore, not edgy public art, can obtain a voucher to help pay for painting over private property that's been defaced, the D.C. Department of Public Works announced today. Beginning Monday, they may obtain the voucher by calling the Citywide Call Center (202-727-1000). It can be redeemed at McCormick Paints (15th and P streets NW) and Duron Paints (14th and Clifton streets NW). The paint stores will match the color and will provide property owners with paint, primer, a brush, roller, pan, drop cloth and graffiti scrubs. It's all free. The Graffiti Removal Voucher Program is part of Mayor Adrian M. Fenty's graffiti-abatement plan, announced in June, which is designed to get graffiti off property in the city as quickly as possible. "Offering property owners the voucher for paint and other materials is a fast way to remove graffiti, which is a rising problem in our city," said Department of Public Works Director William O. Howland Jr. A property owner should expect to receive the voucher within five days of making the request. Public Works also can remove graffiti on private property, with the owner's permission.
  9. http://www.wusa9.com/news/news_article.aspx?storyid=62210
  10. bump - nekst. gator. adios.
  11. what the hell happened to this thread?!?! my eyes are burning from reading all that trash. some are repeats, my apologies. random shit:
  12. unable to take more flicks.... too many people, too much drinking. many, many more later.
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