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Re: Down with graffitti

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Melissa Chaney (meemo)
Thu, 15 Oct 1998 21:37:33 -0500


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I'm not good with words but how about something like "If you want to create art,
take an art class, please don't post your elementary scribbles here." (This is
assuming that they are writing on the work) not tearing it up.

Isn't this sad????

BluesTruth wrote:

> Hey, kids--
> I want to post a note on my bulletin boards or display cases telling the kids
> not to deface the art. Sometimes when I put up a nice bulletin board, the
> next day--well,
> some of the art is destroyed, defaced, written on, torn, or stolen. I'd like
> to post a sign like "Please respect the art, hands off" ...something like
> that--something clever and witty!! Any ideas? Thank you !!!!!
> Bluestruth

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