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“I am amazed, o wall, that you have not collapsed and fallen,” reads an ancient wall in Pompeii, “since you must bear the tedious stupidities of so many scrawlers.”
And the sign the University put up to celebrate our progressive tradition -- enlarge -- is just not left-wing enough for the local graffiti scrawlers:
But with it all so simple -- _bon camarade_ even for poor scrawlers like me.
No; what really struck me about the scrawlers of the Réaumur-Sébastopol station was their passionate certainty about large and distant abstractions; while at the same time, no one among many thousands knew, apparently, what to do in practice about the two individuals who were causing some inconvenience, displeasure, and even fear to those same thousands.
I do not mean to say that I was completely unsympathetic with any of the scrawlers 'points of view.
The claims of mass support of the young for this pair are quite possibly true for a small percentage of youth as there have always been the smutty graffiti scrawlers but they are, never have been and never will be the majority of our young people.