Unanswered sprayers

As a general rule, I don’t think much of vandals. Now imagine what I think of illiterate vandals:

Hassan Ahmed, the imam of the Grand Mosque, said he was the first member of his congregation to see the vandalism because he was first to arrive at the house of worship on Saturday.

He said vandals painted the words “Hale [sic] Satan” along with a four-letter profanity and a racial slur on the mosque’s exterior. He said the vandals also drew a phallic shape on the building.

I’m sure Satan is hale, even hearty; it’s not like he has to exert himself, given his abundance of minions, but it’s a pride thing, you know?

This sort of, um, undocumented decoration is most commonly the work of the local Tagging-American community; however, no self-respecting tagger would turn in such sloppy work, so I’m having to believe that this is the work of some pissed-off drunk guy. And I’d hate to think that there are pissed-off drunk guys nearby; the Grand Mosque is just about one mile from the palatial estate at Surlywood.


  1. Brian J. »

    29 April 2013 · 11:23 am

    I hope they look into Slovakian hockey fans hoping for Miroslav Ε atan’s return from his recent injury.

  2. Charles Pergiel »

    29 April 2013 · 12:24 pm

    And where were you Friday night? Busy getting tanked up at the All-American Patriot Bar across the road from the Grand Mosque, I’ll bet. Come on, fess up.

  3. CGHill »

    29 April 2013 · 5:11 pm

    Friday night was basketball night, actually. (And the Mosque is located in a residential area on a non-arterial street, so I’d have to go Elsewhere to get tanked up.)

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