near Fremont & MLK, west side o’ the street.

fremont mlk




    1. Possibly so, though it’s unlikely that there are graffiti artists hanging on every blogpost I create, waiting for inspiration. It’s probably much more likely that they have their own communities of interest that spur their intentions to tag places, in ways that are more meaningful to them then a random blog on an overwhelmed internet.

      The blog’s point is to catalogue the boulevard’s evolution, not to showcase the more ‘desirable’ uses of it. I imagine that my ideas about what’s desirable on the boulevard are different are idiosyncratic, and are probably reflected in how I blog in a mild way.

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