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Steve Foss

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Or the lack of it. There's pretty much always been a little grafitti spray-painted on this rock escarpment overlooking Ed Shave Lake up the Echo Trail, but it really took off in the last year.

Definitely the most colorful autumn color vignette I've seen up there. winkwink This being a family site, I cloned out a couple obscenities.

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Kind of leaves a sick feeling in your stomach to see this

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Looks like the local hotspot for posting. Too bad they don't have something better to do. frown

You're right, there was alot less even last year. Hopefully they don't move on to another when they run out of room. Well, I can hope anyway.

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This is why I'm not opposed to public flogging for some crimes.

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mad Makes me FURIOUS when I see something like this! mad

It IS a shame...(sigh).

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This is why I'm not opposed to public flogging for some crimes.

I'm with you Yakfisher. Something like this deserves it.

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Actually, my thought in having the punishment fit the crime would be to spray paint embarrassing grafitti on their own cars.

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Isn't it too bad that the system doesn't work like that.

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