I don’t like tagging.
But I don’t like the PSO (Protective Services Officer) hutch at my railway station either. It sits up against the entrance, so that everyone has to squeeze past it. These dongas are part of a state government law-and-order policy to put armed security guards on every station after dark. No staff, mind you, to sell you a ticket or tell you when the next train’s coming. Just two goons with guns. Of course, there’s nothing to do on these very quiet, deserted stations between the trains, so they need a shed. And the powers that be have decided that at Macleod, it has to be right in the doorway. That’s nice, isn’t it?
As I said, I don’t like tagging. It’s ugly. It’s offensive. It’s rude.
But so is that PSO hut.
And so, with great pleasure, I see that it has been tagged. It’s the only one on the Hurstbridge line that has been so ‘adorned’. I hope they do it again and again and again. And I hope that they take this ugly, offensive and rude building away.
On a happier note, I see that someone who loves Macleod is yarn-bombing it. How appropriate for Macleod- the home of the nannas. It’s good to think that young ones are knitting away, with a sense of humour, with a light touch that harms no-one and brings only pleasure. Thank you.