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Allbad2 last won the day on August 6 2015

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  2. A good Freind of mine I had met a few years back in the Yuba-Sutter area of Northern California passed away less than a week ago in Portland Oregon. It breaks my heart to see such a genuine, dedicated, and humble individual such as himself go at such an early point in his career. Jane told me one time that he got into graffiti after he noticed my name up around his local area and beyond. Its funny because he seemed to come out of nowhere and had already kinged his area like no other had when I noticed him. There's a lot of names I see as time goes on and I can honestly say that Janor impressed me. Actually more than that he actually renewed my motivation to start getting up again. He was such a humble human being he'll never actually realize the impact he had on my life and for our time knowing each other I am forever grateful and for the company he will forever be missed. Love you bro, rip.
  3. I'm still here not going anywhere. After losing my close friends I became kinda discouraged of posting on here but I'll shoot some stuff soon. I still paint on a regular. Grown man beef non Graff related definitely kept me from posting or even taking many photos but thanks for the love I'll get my things going again . Rip Ceks bloat Ames 4sho hint mr klues percept gost dun ymig aneml lazy toxic siner entce keep this list goes on and on so I'ma cut it short
  4. "Free Solo" An absolutely amazing documentary about a rock climber, Alex Honnold, who climbs Yosemite's El Capitan with out any rope or harness. It's a 3,500 ft climb and it's the first time anyone has ever climbed it with out rope. It's a spectacular, athletic achievement that's documented on film and I've personally watched this film at least ten times. It's on Hulu and Amazon Prime currently.
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