The other day I headed over to the local Catholic high school to provide some coverage of their Vow of Silence day. The idea was to be silent for 24 hours in solidarity with children around the world who are living in horrible conditions and don't have a voice. The students also made a banner, which I photographed them with, that said "I AM Silent..." and then they wrote their reasons for participating in the day all over it. A nice idea.
On closer inspection however, it appears not all of them had the best of motivations:
What really cracked me up though was that even though they were engaging in vandalism, the strongest language they could come up with was "frigging."
Either today's vandals just aren't that creative or there's something to be said for that Catholic guilt I'm always hearing about.