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Originally posted by deccal
Sometimes, some things do not need more elaboration. As the graffiti shows, some things are plain and simple. We don't need to sink into numerous Conspricies and forget the real thing. One should begin from the bottom and think how to change this. The change can only come from the masses, and this grafitti explains how they are stopped. There is nothing in the "new" world order, the "coming" order is only a little change of the shape build on the structure described on the Grafitti.
[edit on 5-8-2010 by deccal]
Originally posted by stirling
I must say, if this is a teenagers handywork, it shows that the kid is far less indoctrinated than previous generations.
This grafitti in fact gives me some hope for the future generation.
Think about the content, however immature it may be....graffitti is usually senseless name scribbling and such like gang related items etc.
In fact if this catches on and takes hold it may become the replacement for the internet when they finish gutting that.
Perhaps we may be reduced to grfitti to get information spread to each other.
I can see this happening sooner than we may expect too......
At least yer thinking isnt part of the gov boys program.......!
Originally posted by Mr Mask
Boo to this guy trying to be deep with a single can of Krylon black, a sophomoric stance on life, and no regard for the people of that area.
Originally posted by Mr MaskTurning a street into a mess is not art...nor is it revolution.
Nice post, and I would agree
Originally posted by iamsupermanv2
reply to post by stirling
This way of thinking is really no different then the average teenager, past or present it would seem.
When we all hit "that age" we want to rebel, we want to be different and all that jazz. It would be flawed to say this potential kid is smarter then the average bear.
Me and my friends as a teenager had many the same thoughts around our "sewing" circles, and I refuse to believe we were anywhere near above average.
Edit to add: re reading your post, I see you did not say "smarter" but that is the vibe I got so I took that road.
[edit on 8/5/2010 by iamsupermanv2]
Originally posted by getreadyalready
reply to post by MidnightDStroyer
I could've said it in 4 words (& actually have in other threads):
"Obey or die"
You did even better than you thought!