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Project Rabbit / 2 cents ~ Video and Interview

5:29 AM PDT on September 7, 2006

1. What's project rabbit all about?

Project Rabbit Is whatever you want it to be. It is
different things to different people. It is always
changing for me, so it does not represent anything
except whatever YOUR imagination can come up with.
As long as you have noticed it, as long as it has
distracted you from your everday even for a fraction
of a second, Project Rabbit has suceeded.

2. Are Project rabbit/2cents from the same people, or
is it a crew that puts up each other's stuff?

2 cents Is my best friend. He and I represent the
United Street Bombers Collective, and Pasters Union...
Alot of people get us confused cuz we bomb alot
together... I think of it like a sniper team, snipers
seldom roll solo.

3. What kind of paste do you use (natural/synthetic/
etc.)?

I tell kids this all the time, Its not about what you
use or how, its about getting up. As long as I leave
my mark I don't care what I use. I usually use Golden
Harvest (sponsorship please) wheat paste. I have used
some gnarly ish tho! I have cooked it, I have used
wall paper paste, I have used straight glue, I have
used spray adhesives, Tape, staples, Spit, maple
syrup, paint, and telekenetic waves to stick up
posters... Some work better than others...
You want a tip: Don't eat your paste, it tastes
horrible.

4. What is the favorite spot you've bombed so far?

10 freeway spot on La Brea, and the Highland 101 spot.

5. Any new projects we should know about?

Any projects that are worth their salt will become
apparent to you via the usual channels.

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