I see. Well, I think the protesters hurt their own cause by vandalizing even an admittedly questionable monument. I, for one, would have been much more sympathetic, otherwise.
They are. I'm all for protesting. But you break the law and I no longer have sympathy. There is a right and a wrong way to go about things. Vandalizing is not it.I see. Well, I think the protesters hurt their own cause by vandalizing even an admittedly questionable monument. I, for one, would have been much more sympathetic, otherwise.
I also dislike sitting at RR track seeing all the spray painted RR cars. It is so childish and also destructive. I just never understand people.
People take their anger out on inanimate objects that can cause no harm. Everyone needs to step back and try to think and to talk things out rather than acting so quickly without thought of what they doing. Now I am on rant. Sorry for being some off topic.
Am I the only person who likes painted RR cars? The spray paint does no harm and is often genuinely beautiful. Maybe our cars have a better caliber of artists.
Off topic, but I'd use an airbrush, or if you lack artistic talent a printable decal.Nope. I like'em too. Haven't seen too many profane tags. Trying to figure out how to tag some of my t00-new-looking HO boxcars. There is difference (albeit sometimes rather small) between graffiti, which can be viewed as folk art, and vandalism, which is destructive.