This car was tagged a last week on Recreation Drive by the tennis courts.
I hate taggers. I think we should die there arms red or something so everyone knows who they are when they get caught. I'm dead serious. Getting that car fixed is going to cost the owner 500 bucks, so tagging that car is the equivalent of breaking into the guy(or girls) house ans stealing 500 bucks. One gets you jail time, the other gets you a couple hours of community service.
You'd figure that the fine for tagging would start with "the cost to remove the tagging", then add some juice to it.
Hey, are my comments showing up as jonathan for everyone and not WindyCityEagle?
I see WindyCityEagle.
Oh noes. The Eagle is revealed.You're showing up as WindyCityEagle for me.
So now we know that the WindyCityEagle is actually Jonathan. I suppose I shall have to introduce myself as Fritz Mc CondoOwner tomorrow night to hide my identity.
Nadmenny, is this the work of a tagger or a gang? It seems awfully malicious, in any case.
Funny how gangs will get all high and mighty if someone "disrespects" them but sees nothing wrong with defacing the property of folks who actually work for their property. Bridgeview Bank, that beautiful ediface on the corner of Broadway and Lawrence has TWO tags on the Broadway stretch. For shame.
The Eagle has Landed.Don't worry Fritz.Apparently this site can't be accessed from city internet servers anyway.Snicker.
'Funny how gangs will get all high and mighty if someone "disrespects" them but sees nothing wrong with defacing the property of folks' -chuckWell said, I agree. Too bad most gangbangers could not summarize their their two-faced logic as concisely as you did, chuck.
Tagger....not gang related...maybe a jilted ex