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  • Scottie Campbell

    I think DS would serve the world better if he were creating legal and authorized murals for property owners who want it. Removal of graffiti is costly to property owners and governments -- money and time that could be better spent on doing good.

    • Basil Smith

      There's a difference between tagging and art. If anything, his bad kitty probably brought smiles to the faces of many in that short amount of time, which is something I'm almost certain someone with your attitude could never do in the span of a lifetime.

      • Scottie Campbell

        I'm not sure I understand your attempt to insult me, but I do understand the point you're making in differentiating between tagging and art. I encounter this issue in my daily work and, as a fan of street art, I've given it much thought. The fact remains: if you are putting art on property without permission, it is vandalism. It is no less a violation of than theft.

        Now I'm off to try to make people smile, which apparently is a trait I'm deficient in -- thanks for the heads up.

        • Basil Smith

          I'm glad you will make an attempt to make someone smile. My post was not an attempt to insult you, it was simply an observation and reaction to your negative post.