Bring the Giant Satan-With-an-Erection Statue Back to East Vancouver

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Denis O'Brien
6 years ago
Bring back Woodie Satan!

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Rocket McGurtry
6 years ago
A thing of beauty is a joy forever

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Dominic Nault
6 years ago
I worship the dark lord and demand a shrine.

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Manon Pogodsky
6 years ago
Art is art and free art is the best art

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Curtis Ransford
6 years ago
To show that all forms of art are accepted in our society, and not just the ones that people claim are appropriate.

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Mathew Sousa
6 years ago
iIjust recently moved here, and was aware that the city has multiple pieces on display throughout the streets. I feel like this specific statue brings a modern approach to appeal in the arts. It is in my belief that it would be a loss to take away an opening to some that would possibly enrich their lives with a new point of view on things, and develop original ways of creating something that really speaks to them in turn. I propose an open mind to new ideas, and look forward to being a resident in this phenomenal city.

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N Chondroyannos
6 years ago
Public art is the domain of the public and not the political establishment.

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Eric Williamson
6 years ago
It's got to be better than those stupid statues of Chinese people at English Bay and the school board at 23rd and lonsdale.
Also I think it makes an interesting statement for discussion regarding morality and sexuality.

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Steven LISGO
6 years ago
Protection of artwork.

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shawna murray
6 years ago
Who is not for more diversity? Religious diversity MUST be forced on the people so they can become more tolerant to religion.