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October 1, 2014 at 6:00 AM

Daily Rant&Rave: Grafitti tagging isn’t art

RAVE For Seth, who stopped to to help my son when he fell off his bike over train tracks and slashed his chin open. Seth calmed him, got location information and waited with my son until I arrived. In our haste to get to the ER, we neglected to get his contact information and wish we could send him a personal thank you note. Big thanks to the friendly folks at Ballard Hospital and the nice ER doc too.

RANT To the graffiti tagger who defaced every structure in Fremont Peak Park. If you desire to do “art,” volunteer to help paint a mural at a school or on a city wall or anywhere your third grade mentality might be admired.

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