I just get tired of it.

UPDATE: I called it in.  Here’s the number should you ever need it: 626-744-7622.

3 Responses to “Weary”

  1. Rhea Says:

    We have a ton of graffiti in my Boston neighborhood.

  2. howey Says:

    I have called the graffiti abatement # a number of times and they have been very quick about removing it. If you notice something highly unusual or dangerous call the police also. Here is an example. There was a certain curb that got tagged in my neighborhood on a weekly basis. I would call the graffiti abatement # and the city would take care of it rather quickly. One week the graffiti was crossed out and replaced by different graffiti in a different color. Even though I was raised in suburbia I knew them was fighting words. So this time I called the graffiti abatement # and the cops and apologized if I was wasting the time of the latter. They were very interested and sent someone out to photograph the graffiti before the city could paint it over.

  3. Miss Havisham Says:

    Dammit Kelly, that’s some of my best work. You called and reported me? That’s it! I’m switching to my knittah tagging.

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