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I hope that will change soon.hippiepunkpirate wrote:She is not yet in custody.
Acrylic can be very weather resistant. I know of some acrylic murals that lasted for decades. It will eventually start to peel, but the peelings will last pretty much forever.skillpore wrote:he says its acrylic, will that wash off do to weather?
Are you talking about the comments or the vandalism?Sredfield wrote:"You see, it really is all about me."
I wonder if the crazy person defending her idiotic graffiti and her mother are online doppelgangers or the real McCoy. I really really hope that the posters are the perpetrator and her mother. Hopefully both of them will come to understand that their opinions about the value of certain laws and standards of decency should more closely resemble those of society-at-large, not to mention the law, rather than what they wish were true. What a pathetic way to announce oneself to the world.friendofThundergod wrote:I found the comment section at the bottom of article to be very entertaining, almost better then the article...
I might have to check your gear for paint brushes and paint, before you enter my beloved Supes this weekend [-X ;)ruins, signs or other important things. I dont see the fuss
https://www.reddit.com/r/Yosemite/comme ... r_actions/There are forums for artistic expression in national parks because national parks inspire artistic creativity. These images are outside that forum and outside the law.
He meant to say send a text.joe bartels wrote:Sometimes instead of defacing natural resources you just need a friend. Give friendofThundergod a call next time.
I think you hold our government agencies in higher regard than what reality has shown in the past.neilends wrote:they will prosecute her to make sure she's not regarded by others as heroic
I don't agree. Sentences for environmental crimes on federal land are set by Congress for the most part, not by agencies. And personally I don't think they are weirdly low compared to other types of crimes. I love the outdoors but vandalizing a park is not murder. The public hasn't demaned harsher sentences so Congress hasn't set them.chumley wrote:I think you hold our government agencies in higher regard than what reality has shown in the past.neilends wrote:they will prosecute her to make sure she's not regarded by others as heroic
See: People who start forest fires. People who destroy ruins. Etc.
Slap on the wrist.