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It is so sad and pointless.
Wish this was not a familiar scene to me!...
I never like to take the elevators in public transport systems. The ones in Paris always smelled of piss. :(I feel sorry for the people who have no choice to use them though.
lol! goodbye clean, painted walls... hello chaotic graffiti! ^0^for me it's deja-vu alright! gr8 find per! have a gr8 weekend ahead!
This relates to your comment on Ocala DP. I don't understand the need to desecrate public places. Must be a lot of deep-seated anger in a lot of people around the world. Or maybe they're just plain schmucks!
Some argue that vandalism is random. I disagree. We may not appreciate the purpose but there is a purpose.Luis Gomez: Imagine what might have been achieved with that money.JM: Could have been anywhere, I guess.Halcyon: That particular fragrance tends to accompany elevators here as well...arabesque: Enjoy your weekend too!Jacob: Maybe they're in fact angry schmucks?Appreciate your views on a sadly well-known global issue.
Ah, Per...you might want to check out today's post on Ocala Daily Photo! :-)
A good place to take a piss I guess, if you are a complete idiot, like some peolpe sadly are.
Do care for your local elevator. One day it just might be closed for good.Jacob: Certainly!Steffe: It takes all kinds, I suppose.Thanks, guys.
I hate tagging and mindless graffiti. There's a lot of it in Athens and a fair bit in London, it's so stupid!
It's worse than stupid. This is deliberate destruction.Thanks, Tinsie.
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