Lafayette 9/11 memorial defacement - free speech or vandalism? - Page 2 - TigerDroppings.com

Posted byMessage
Janky
LSU Fan
Team Primo
Member since Jun 2011
8024 posts
 Online 

re: Lafayette 9/11 memorial defacement - free speech or vandalism?


I am lost. I hate the fact that he did it, but that doesn't mean it's not hs right I guess. I am not big fan of most dirty hippies that do shite like this. I was just merely pointing out what that douche Mike Stagg said. I hate that MF'er.





Back to top
swampdawg
Georgia Fan
Baton Rouge, LA
Member since Nov 2007
4653 posts

re: Lafayette 9/11 memorial defacement - free speech or vandalism?


quote:

I don't give a crap about it. If he damaged property, sure, but if not, let him go


This is not properly presented in the 3rd person






Back to top
Scruffy
USA Fan
Member since Jul 2011
30731 posts
 Online 

re: Lafayette 9/11 memorial defacement - free speech or vandalism?


That's only on the OT.


This post was edited on 9/19 at 11:18 am


Back to top
  Replies (0)
swampdawg
Georgia Fan
Baton Rouge, LA
Member since Nov 2007
4653 posts

re: Lafayette 9/11 memorial defacement - free speech or vandalism?


quote:

I was just merely pointing out what that douche Mike Stagg said. I hate that MF'er.


Oh right. I don't know anything about this guy. What's his deal? Did he say something about this?






Back to top
  Replies (0)
LSURussian
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Feb 2005
81703 posts
 Online 

re: Lafayette 9/11 memorial defacement - free speech or vandalism?


Vandalism.

If the guy wanted to express himself, he could have stood next to the memorial holding a poster with his artist's POV. That would have been perfectly within his rights of free speech.






Back to top
doubleb
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Aug 2006
6455 posts
 Online 

re: Lafayette 9/11 memorial defacement - free speech or vandalism?


If the guy hung his paraphernalia on the exhibit without permanently attaching same, then it isn't vandalism.

But it isn't cool. It wasn't his memorial to begin with and to change another artist's work isn't right either.

If he wanted to protest, that's his right; but don't call what he did art. It isn't.

Unless he disfigured the memorial in some way, I do not believe he did anything illegal, he was just being uncool.






Back to top
Sayre
LSU Fan
Clinton
Member since Nov 2011
949 posts

re: Lafayette 9/11 memorial defacement - free speech or vandalism?


I don't understand the people that say it's disrespectful. The only people it seems to be disrespectful against is a neocon warhawk.

All the publicity it's gotten has to be beyond the perps wildest dreams.






Back to top
Janky
LSU Fan
Team Primo
Member since Jun 2011
8024 posts
 Online 

re: Lafayette 9/11 memorial defacement - free speech or vandalism?


quote:

The only people it seems to be disrespectful against is a neocon warhawk.


According to who?






Back to top
  Replies (0)


Back to top