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TeenagerFromMars

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  1. utto. i dont know if i like where this is going...
  2. awesome pics dude. how long you leave it in the oven for @350?
  3. an empty stomach absorbs more nutrients then a full one. breakfast is important because your body draws from its reserve like muscle and stored nutrients when there is nothing in your stomach to digest, plus in the morning your brain is flooded with activity bc it goes from complete rest to full on awareness and mobility. oh yeah and this.
  4. true but not religiously tpbm has one of those min dorm refrigerators in their house
  5. the intelligence. cant find shit on them outside itunes. good band.\ also this
  6. MAD SKILLLZZZZZZ BR3AKIN ALL TH3 RULEZZZZZZ BR0
  7. wow i hope this doesnt do as much damage as the Y2K bug "its the end of the world as we know it, and i feel fine"
  8. those ewok colors look alot like the mast color combo in the last production
  9. a trillionare should be able to afford that :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
  10. ^^^^ dope pics. that second one is pure fire. i found an article on the dude. here is it 1990... Suspect in `Chaka' graffiti charged Daily Breeze (Torrance, CA) - Thursday, December 13, 1990 Author: Marc Igler A man believed to be the king of Southern California graffiti was charged Wednesday with 20 criminal counts of vandalism for allegedly tarnishing thousands of buildings and walls -- including many in the South Bay. Authorities say they believe Daniel R______, 18, is responsible for spray-painting the name "Chaka" on up to 10,000 locations throughout California, causing at least $500,000 in damage. "The extent of the property damage makes this the worst case of graffiti vandalism we have seen in Los Angeles or heard of anywhere else in the nation," said Los Angeles City Attorney James Hahn. In the South Bay, investigators said Ramos' distinctive graffiti stained several walls along the beach as well as overpasses and ramps of the San Diego and Century freeways. Wednesday's charges bring to 48 the number of misdemeanor counts filed against Ramos since he was arrested Nov. 28 in Lincoln Heights while drawing his name on a traffic pole. The Boyle Heights resident, who lives in a local housing project, allegedly proclaimed, "I am the famous Chaka!" when he was arrested, police said. Ramos has pleaded innocent to the 28 initial charges and is being held on $10,000 GRAFFITI/A6GraffitiFROM PAGE A1bail. Each count is punishable by up to six months in jail and a $1,000 fine. Arraignment on the new charges is set for Dec. 20. Hahn said prosecutors want Ramos to be sentenced to jail, then receive a substantial community service term that would focus on cleaning up graffiti. Deputy City Attorney Peter Shutan, who is handling the case, said Ramos is not a gang member but was part of a group of teen-agers known as a "crew." "They're basically a bunch of taggers who go around putting their names on everything they can find," said Shutan, who specializes in gang -related cases. "That's what a crew lives for. It's their raison d'etre." "There's no question Ramos was the most prolific graffiti artist in that crew and is the most prolific we've ever seen. Most of the sitings of his handiwork are in central Los Angeles, but there have been many from the South Bay area." Ramos apparently selected the word "Chaka" as his graffiti nickname from a character on the television show "Land of the Lost." "It's a children's show. I guess he just liked the character," Shutan said. "Chaka" graffiti ranged from simple scrawlings on utility poles to elaborate, multicolored murals that took hours to complete on the sides of buildings and freeway retaining walls. One of Ramos' favorite victims was Southern Pacific railway cars because they carried his moniker hundred of miles to distant cities, Shutan said. Southern Pacific officials estimate the alleged vandal caused about $30,000 worth of property damage. In addition, authorities in Fresno are investigating "Chaka" graffiti that caused $6,000 damage to a water tower. The same name and distinctive bubble letters also appear on fixed locations as far south as Orange County and as far north as San Francisco. Section: NEWSPage: A1Index Terms: NEWS; GRAFFITI. VANDALISM.Record Number: 0000318415Copyright © 1990, Daily Breeze, All Rights Reserved its sad i did the same research and all i could find was new stuff. still better then nothing.
  11. bump this dude. im from nyc and its rare that a west coast head has a "skeme/style wars" influence in his style. i wish there were some flicks on this thread, i read some of the posts and i can only imagine. ive seen a channel 7 news report on the dude via youtube but i have only seen a hand full of flicks. here is the link if you havent seen it already. dude was an LA pioneer for sure.
  12. bump the fuck outa this. see the J E W bubbles over JA?
  13. Re: NYC Subways - the good stuff anyone know what line this is?
  14. iiiiiiiiiiiii looooooooooove new yoooooooooooork citing 80's nyc tourism commercial yall remember them shits? ^^^^^1987 forty duce ^^^^ ^^^^^1987 getting on at 42ndst station^^^^ (anybody know what line?)
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