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richgamer

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#22267 22-May-2008 14:39
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i am scratching my head as to why we need new laws to stop taggers when a solution is already available. a quick google search of tagging proof paint or graffiti proof paint brings up alot of results. there are already substances you can apply to walls that stop taggers from painting on them. why doesn't the government know about this?

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  #132551 22-May-2008 15:15
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Because it costs money that they need to spend on giving tax cuts to the lazy.

 
 
 

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  #132552 22-May-2008 15:18
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hmm tagging is such an issue, i hate them and heard on the radio that one got sent to prison for 28 days. Well done, young ones these days has no respect of other's property.

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  #132571 22-May-2008 16:52
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richgamer: i am scratching my head as to why we need new laws to stop taggers when a solution is already available. a quick google search of tagging proof paint or graffiti proof paint brings up alot of results. there are already substances you can apply to walls that stop taggers from painting on them. why doesn't the government know about this?


These products, by their nature, render the protected surface as never needing a repaint again. This means that said wall or fence can never be repainted. I suppose the surface could be sanded down - but if so a tagger could do this as easily as the owner. They are therefore a tagging-protection tool, not a solution to tagging.

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