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man..i remeber back in the day, graff was so much fun

we use to rome the streets like nothing else mattered.

we use to run from cops, get beat up by gang unit, and throw

tomatoes at ugly people. man those were the days. so in spite

of my gifted youth i bring you the most important new anyone can share

to a fellow writer. a brother...

 

I just saved a bunch of money on my car insurance by switching to Gieco

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yo toby u run nct.com?if u do i got sum old black book fliks u might want for the site cuz i just found my really old black book..get at me n ill tell u who i have in there..

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Web Site Helps Police Track Down Stoughton Vandals

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(CBS4) STOUGHTON Stoughton police say they used the popular teenage website, myspace.com, to help solve a widespread vandalism spree. Three teenagers are currently under arrest and facing charges in the spree which cost an estimated $75,000 in damages.

 

18-year-old Charles Diggs has been charged with 28 counts of tagging property and 11 counts of malicious damage of more than $250; Eric Tankerly, 17, has been charged with 17 counts of tagging and 11 counts of malicious damage of more than $250; and Raymond Lacasse, 18, has been charged with 14 counts of tagging.

 

Investigators found the suspects after searching myspace.com, a web site where users often post personal information and photographs. The suspects' names were not listed on the site but the officers were able to track them down by their tagging signs and by investigating a group called "Graffiti Artists."

 

Police say two of the suspects have been forthcoming with information and have contacted some of the victims to arrange for restitution.

 

http://cbs4boston.com/topstories/local_story_011133721.html

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