As more and more people discover Wikipedia, the frequency of vandalism
increases. ... They do not premeditate what the attack will be, but plan its location.
Why people vandalize. • Boredom. • Anger. • Revenge. • Defiance. • Peer
pressure. The price of vandalism. • Millions of dollars each year are spent on
Feb 1, 2004 ... Cleaning professional learning focus: graffiti removal, vandalism. ... times people,
especially children and adolescents, will use vandalism to vent. ... tend to
vandalize out of anger, groups generally do so for social reasons.
Nov 4, 2013 ... So yeah, "bad" people do bad things not just to be bad, but usually to satisfy
something else. Or they're careless and don't value the thing ...
Our mandate is to do so with honor and integrity, while at all times ... Do you see.
... Most vandals are young people -- from grade schoolers to teens to young ...
caught, the less likely he is to do the damage. Try answering ... Tagging and
other forms of vandalism show up on “other people's” property. So anything that ...
ANSWER Growing up with a lot of stupid people, most people vandalize because
they're bored ... What do they do to people that commits vandalism? The same ...
Jul 30, 2015 ... You can clean up graffiti vandalism in your neighborhood. ... By the way, many
people do not know that graffiti means more than one scribble.
In addition to cleanup costs, graffiti vandals often shoplift their materials, ... Even
before graffiti became associated with gangs, people became afraid of riding the
Mar 17, 2013 ... This is the most extreme case, obviously, but it does happen. And although we're
not happy about the people who are hurt by the craziness, ...