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avatar Pictographs tagged in Sequoia National Park
December 08, 2009 04:32PM
We’ve come to expect to see graffiti in alleyways, on the sides of buses, on schools, even on people themselves—in short, in Anywhere, Urban America. Where we don’t expect to see vandalism is up in the high country or in our national forests or parks. But guess what: Graffiti artists are moving in.

http://www.backpacker.com/graffiti_parks/blogs/daily_dirt/1505
Re: Pictographs tagged in Sequoia National Park
December 08, 2009 05:08PM
Are the ancient pictographs a religious expression? or are they practical hunting beta?, or just old graffiti?

In any case taggers should respect other artists, else they sink to the level of cats pissing on each others markings.

And that just plain stinks.



Illegitimus nil Carborundum
avatar Re: Pictographs tagged in Sequoia National Park
December 08, 2009 11:23PM
Well, put, Wagga!! (reads like an excellent anti-graffiti slogan)
Re: Pictographs tagged in Sequoia National Park
December 18, 2009 07:55AM
Thanks, Bee.

I sent it off to the Fresno Bee & they published it today.

Except they misspelled "pissing".

http://www.fresnobee.com/277/story/1753058.html
avatar Re: Pictographs tagged in Sequoia National Park
December 18, 2009 07:57AM
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wagga
Except they misspelled "pissing".

They most certainly did. Looks like readers have to come here to get it uncensored. winking smiley
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