Preakness graffiti under control, on a chalkboard

  • Preakness attendees write on a chalkboard in the center of the Preakness 2012 infield.
Preakness attendees write on a chalkboard in the center of the… (Wesley Case )
May 19, 2012|By Wesley Case | Special to The Baltimore Sun

In the middle of the infield at Preakness 2012, there are six long horizontal blackboards filled with scribbles of neon chalk. The randomness of the grafitti is appropriately light-hearted and innocuous.

There's school pride (West Virginia, Virginia Tech and Ball So Hard) and shout-outs to friends who likely won't see them. And in 2012, it's just not a party without a scrawling of YOLO on the wall.

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