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Santa Ana, CA
Radical Reconstruction Fine Art Featuring Nancy Wood
Mixed Media - Sidewalk Chalk & Sharpie On Lunch Bag
They can't leave the vending area, so, when drunk panhandlers, who work the parking lots, park themselves under foot, hoping to demand enough money from shoppers in order to kick back to cops, the girls have to just stand there, being terrorized and pelted with obscenities, the guards call the police, who simply ignore the call or say they could not find the guy. They can find him on pay day though. The cops don't do a lot of cash pick ups in Saigon City Market parking lot, well, because I complained so much, even before during and after they tried to arrest me for drawing; by labeling me a panhandler and a tresspasser. But, if you go over to Garden Grove next door, you will see a stream of cops going into the strip mall parking lot on Euclid at Seventeenth Streets, making their nightly cash pick ups from the drug dealers who they have posted there. Just getting their part of the Mexican commerce. Officer Perkins jailed me and threatened me with two years in prison on a misdemeanor, after having a cop hand me a quarter, because I was drawing there, and complaining about his buds raping homeless women there, read about it, http://radicalreconstructionfineart.wordpress.com/ I fought it in federal court for seven years, but you can not win when the judge is a Mexican girl on a work visa parked at a shelf in the Pro Se office. Which is why you have to have witnesses, a tape recorder, and a u-tube ready camera, because you can win in the court of public opinion. The vendor was not really green, I just wanted to see what this new kind of chalk looked like, it's really brite. and it only cost a dollar for about a months worth, crayola is not as brite. I got it at Officer Depot, in a little box of assorted colors, it says that the pigment is permanent, but if it were I would not need this site, would I?
November 10th, 2010
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