Tell you what ... feel free to prove you are not a hypocrit.Blaming someone who is advocating for the homeless while our society completely fails them (and others in precarious situations) because the cost to remove the spray paint could theoretically be applied towards shelters is ridiculous concern trolling. Things like this should be spray-painted everywhere until our society wakes up and does something about the moral crisis we've allowed to happen, IMO.
I'm not going to get into a long extended back and forth here, because I don't think given how it's gone so far that it would be productive and also it would start to get off topic for the thread. So I will say this and then this will be the last thing I say on the subject.Tell you what ... feel free to prove you are not a hypocrit.
Go outside to wherever you live right now and spray paint that same thing on the walls ... making sure to put a small UT at the bottom to prove it's you. Do it to your home, condo, or apartment to show us how this type of thing "should be spray-painted everywhere". And don't be shy about the size of the message or number of places you put it since the more attention the better ... until we all wake up right? In fact, imagine the press that doing this would get you in proving a supposed troll like myself wrong. But, of course you won't .... it's only ok if it's somebody else ... private or public ... but not you.
i think it'll be in the Novus buildingI was just reading http://urbantoronto.ca/news/2017/02/revised-plan-garrison-point-towers-now-motion
Any word on whether there's still plans for a "52,813 ft" grocery store here?
Totally agree, and doing it with grace under the sunshine instead of doing it in darkness and wasting taxpayer's moneyMissing the point entirely. If people wanted to plan a giant protest and rally down the streets hooting and hollering I’d have no problem. So I’m not upset with the message I’m upset about damaging someone’s property in the process. If thry put up posters....no problem.
Time and money will be spent to clean up that paint. Find more productive way of protesting.