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The Writing's On The Wall
2006-05-23 - 12:02 a.m.
The Clippers lost to Phoenix tonight, and thus they go home.
It's still the first time they'd been in the playoffs since the mid-90s.
Billy Crystal used an old George Gobel line when he compared Clippers fans to Lakers fans: "The world is a tuxedo, and we're a pair of brown shoes."
Maybe so, but ya Done Good.
Tonight was Graffiti Night, and no one told me. Some imbecile put his mark on most of our pillars and several places in the bathroom.
We do our best to watch for these fools, but they have buddies that surround them so they're not easily seen as they deface property. And, of course, no witnesses ever come up and tell us, "There's a guy writing on the wall."
Most of my feelings on graffiti can be found here. The basic emotions still haven't changed, but there's a new proviso: when they carve their name into a toilet seat, my butt is going on their name.
Appropriate, don'tcha think?
Oh yes - Zep products makes a great graffiti remover. (Do a search for product #1412 - I can't get a direct link to the product.) I've used many in my career, and this is one of the best I've ever used. Note the container...like baby wipes.
Be seeing you.
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