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Tire Marks
By Denisha Crowe

Tire Marks
Plain and simple, this is a BEAUTIFUL view of Mountain View.  Breaking all stereotypes and making a new positive one.  Members of the Mountain View community have so many hobbies they participate in, whether it be dangerous or safe. Speeding and spinning cars in the streets seems to be a new hobby in different parts of Mountain View. This happens to be a dangerous hobby.  Outside views would stop at the negative and continue to think about the danger in this sport, but a person like me who likes to find beauty in everything would stop and think, "Take a look, and see the nice designs the tires later leave in the street." Keep an open mind.


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