3 Replies to “ help, my brain melted”

  1. As a vocal opponent of graffiti, there is no way I can support this video. It is an outrage

    Before you vandalize more property, read what this’ll get you:

    Under Penal Code section 594, the penalty given depends on the dollar amount of damage done. Essentially, the cost of property damages done by a tagger determines whether he or she is charged with a misdemeanor or a felony. The vandal is alloted a separate charge for each victim, so multiple victims (multiple tags across different properties) are not stockpiled into one single charge. If the amount of damage (for each charge) is less than $400, it’s a misdemeanor and is punishable by up to a year in jail or a fine of up to $1,000. If the damage is more than $400, the offense may be charged as a felony, requiring a penalty of up to one year in prison or a fine of up to $10,000. Here’s an illustration: If I spray painted LOWLY INTERN across the side of six different buildings, yet the cost of damages for each property was less than $400, I would be charged with a misdemeanor (most likely fined and the possibility of a light jail term, all decided without having to go to trial).

  2. Ms. Margarette Scheld (Bitch),

    Please post your home or work address here, so that I can come and post my response on your wall.

    The management

  3. If margarette is correct with her math, the vandals might owe upwards of 1000$ – big money for taggers

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