Wow! Nice...but, I do agree with rb...those vandals will be back. They have nothing else to do. Darn it!!
waste of time...i give it 2 weeks and it's all back
great photo. You gotta admit the painted rocks look better than the flat brown.
oh my god... her voice. so incredible.
Well the graffiti does add to the rainbow of colors, let the cultured kids be!!!... Respect for all- homeless, druggies, hskids, families, and sightseers : -)
I used to live in Orlando, FL years ago and worked at a bar. There was a wooded area behind the shopping center and there were several people living in tents and cardboard box built shelter back in there. We hooked up a hose and built them a shower behind the bar. We hired some of them to work under the table as security for the bar and the parking lot. They had their own governing group for the living area and lived as a tribe of homeless folks. I liked them very much. They are people trying to survive with what they have.
I love it, how do I join???
The snow dump is really looking beautiful full of different colours of light.
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This is disgusting. Would you mock any other major religion? Would you post a similar photo with "pope" crossed out and "Muhammed" or "Ghandi" or "Rabbi" written in? This is bigotry at it's finest.
No way to edit my previous comment, but I made a mistake. Laura Ettinger did not take the picture. Everything else is cool.
This pic was taken by Laura Ettinger and painted by Carol Horen of Glitterrific Face and Body Art. One of the leaders of Peacejam was the model. Yay Earth Day at Palmer High School!!!!
If you enjoyed seeing us at Acacia Park, please come to our next event. It will be a benefit concert for the local chapter of Iraq Veterans Against the War. Michael Glabicki of Rusted Root will be performing at The Ancient Mariner in Manitou Springs on December 7th at 7pm.
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