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Mad as Hell, Not Going to Take It Anymore

Photos by Amanda McCorquodale
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Everyone has their pent-up rage. Some unleash it via


-style outbursts or

Falling Down

-esque stomping tirades while others are like fed-up, cursing flight attendants busting out the emergency slide. Here in Miami, in 2010, we let out our frustration via paint and walls. Consider this ticked-off moment snapped on NW 21 Street and Second Avenue. Think he heard about the

latest controversy surrounding the recently deceased Ynot


If you catch any graffiti around town that's worth a mention, email the location to cultist@miaminewtimes.com and maybe we'll swing on by.

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