Hang ’em high

19 thoughts on “Hang ’em high”

  1. Well it’s obvious who the brave, courageous one is and it’s certainly not the two cowards trying, and succeeding to a certain extent,to hide their faces.
    Gutless wonders grafetti “artists”; here they’re not quite as brave as yours seem to be, ours usually wear balaclava’s to hide their cowardly faces, just like those murdering butchers in the middle east

    1. I’m stunned by the brazeness of these two. In broad daylight, with lots of people around. And when confronted they just walk away. Usually grafitti is done at night, or at least when there are no witnesses around. And this was planned in advance, obviously. Spray paint isn’t sold up on the mountain. Or maybe they drive around with a stock of paint cans in the car all the time, just in case they need them on the spur of the moment.

    1. That’s why it’s so infuriating to me. They bought the paint and made a special trip out to the park just to do this. Why? What sort of jerks come up with a plan like that?

    2. I think those two were idiots disguised as morons.They should pay the maximum fine AND have to scrub those rocks clean as a whistle and a dozen more just for good measure.

  2. I’m not sure if my comment posted, but the guy who confronted them is my hero. I’m very glad that he wasn’t hurt and I hope they spend the maximum jail time for this. Two idiots spray painting rocks…if that’s the only way they can think of to make a statement, they’re just pathetic.

    1. He’s my hero too. I think very few people would have been that bold and responsible. But he’s lucky they didn’t turn on him. It could have ended much differently. Still, I was cheering for him as I watched the video.

      1. I liked the fact that they covered their faces with their shirts…at least they knew it was something to be ashamed of. We need a little more sense of shame in this world.

      2. And yet they didn’t start out with masks on. Did they seriously think no one would see them? Did they think people wouldn’t care and would just ignore them? In today’s society, I can almost understand their thinking that. But I don’t think they were the least bit ashamed. I think they just didn’t want to be identified and caught by the police. Getting caught would put a serious cramp in their plans to deface another park next weekend.

... and that's my two cents