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Paul 'Moose' Curtis: The Art of Reverse Graffiti

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evmcmunn Avatar
evmcmunn
Posted: 09.02.10, 11:52 AM
"What a self-important *sshole who presumes that *he* has not only the right but the obligation to deface public and private property in a way that *he* considers to be artistic." the person who wrote the previous quote is a tool.
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evmcmunn
Posted: 09.02.10, 11:45 AM
whoever wrote this is a tool.
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Adam Ent
Posted: 08.18.10, 04:24 PM
@BrianC79 Although I don't presume to know the mind of the original poster, I'm under the impression that, online, when someone uses an asterisk around a word, e.g. *he*, then it's actually a word of denoting the word in bold and isn't meant to have the ironic connotations of quotation marks.
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Nathan Arov
Posted: 08.18.10, 02:45 PM
What a self-important asshole who presumes that he has not only the right, but the obligation to deface public and private property in a way that he considers artistic. @kayemmdee: T,FTFY @BrianC79: Happy now? And out of curiosity, do you fix every grammatically incorrect comment you come across on the Internet? Peace out.
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BrianC79
Posted: 08.18.10, 08:13 AM
You mean reface, not deface. And why do you think you have the right to put the completely innocuous word 'he' in between asterisks - which you probably meant to be quotation marks. Who the hell quotation marks the word 'he'? There's no irony in using the word 'he' to refer to a human male. Here's a litle rule of thumb, that every eight year old should know: if it's not being used in anything but its current commonly accepted sense, and it's not a quote or speech within a narrative, DON'T USE QUOTATION MARKS. Also, you used the same symbol in the same sentence for two different purposes, twice as (incorrectly used) quotation marks, and once as a stand in for a missing letter, (correct usage - congratulations). At least try to be consistant, or how the hell will anyone know what nonsense you're trying to get across at any given time? And just to preempt any criticism of my own usage of quotation marks around the word 'he', as everyone should know, quotation marks can be used to indicate that "an instance of a word refers to the word itself rather than its associated concept". Peace out.
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kayemmdee
Posted: 08.18.10, 06:23 AM
What a self-important *sshole who presumes that *he* has not only the right but the obligation to deface public and private property in a way that *he* considers to be artistic.
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MountainView
Posted: 08.12.10, 05:21 AM
Brilliant... You got my support.
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