Saturday, August 18, 2012

RE: Downtown Antics

Posted on Sat, Aug 18, 2012 at 8:23 AM

Cheers to my friend who has the courage to stand up for what he believes
in. He believes in speaking his mind and expressing what alot of us feel,
yet are unable to say, who likes to share his harmonica type music and
beautiful chalk art. He isn't what another person has labled him,
quote "obnoxious black eye on Spokane" nor is he a "pathetic waste of
space". What gives a person a right to say such mean and rude things about
someone. He is a real person and just expresses things differently than
you. Come on let's just all get along and practice the "Do unto others as
you would want them to do unto you". I have noticed that it is always the
goody two shoes that cast the first stone and never have anything nice to
say. His chalk art, by the way is mostly done by children, funny they
aren't afraid of him. Keep up the great work and keep standing up for what
you believe in. If more of us did it this might be a better place.


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