Well I haven't found too much memorable quotes but this might be good for a laugh:
...Several years ago in some California community college...
TILE GROUT DEFACING WARS
The phantom janitor
Several people that apparently are each petty douche-bags whom are at odds with each other over apparently racial BS, acting like wannabe gangsters, writing stupid crap everywhere. In some little town they all decide to take their ridiculous squabble into a bathroom of a small community college.
This annoying state of affairs was not acted upon partially because there wasn't enough money to fund daily removal of the defacing going down, and partially was the work of one of their own janitors.
Days go by and behold...an average citizen decided to take action and get results.
Found in front of a urinal between tiles in said college:
day 1: la Revolution
day 2: NO la revolution
day 3: vive
la revolution (the NO still legible)
day 4: Above with "Brown power" added, and then a ways off to the left "This school is full of kkk."
day 5: another comment written in the grout above in pen "black power b****es"
day 6: next to "black power b****es" is some comment about how mexicans and whites are their b****es.
I go to A&R to complain then they send me to maintenance and their junior janitor, a young fellow of about 21 with a mexican accent whom I KNOW cleans that restroom answers. He plays stupid about the whole thing. Nothing is going to get done. Something clicks in my head.
I figured it would go away now that there has been a complaint. WRONG.
Come back later that day and another 2 comments, both in the familiar sets of handwriting. One is the persistent mexican whom I now suspect is the janitor, the other was apparently whoever wrote the "NO"
Mexican: La Raza taking the country back from the man and his slaves, this is my country!
other: <arrows to "borwn power" and "black power"> "you're both ignorant posers and there is NO revolution coming so get back to work"
day 7: I walk in earlier than usual with some cleaners and rags in my backpack and my digital camera because I had that strange feeling like I was going to catch whoever was doing it. I take pictures of all of it, I do my biz, clean off the walls and leave.
Come back that evening 5 hour later after studying to see written: "This my stall and my country b****es." As I am leaving I catch that same janitor fella coming down the hall and he has a pen over his ear...no cleaning equipment. Once past him I dash to get my camera... come back, crack open the door to catch him in the act... <SNAP!>
Me: "Aha! What have we here?"
Janitor: "Hey ese, I no do nothing. I clean it up--"
"No you didn't clean it up
have the cleaners and *I* cleaned it up. Still even have the rags to prove it."
"You the one that wrote all that stuff ese?"
"No, but I have pictures of all the handwriting samples and will gladly submit my own to PROVE my innocence--I'm going to your boss AND I'm going to the cops"
"NONONO! You can't do that, I get fired! PLEASE"
I have your ass fired?"
Senior janitor "Garry" comes around the corner--the half-crazed 'Nam veteran. "What's all this commotion?"
Me: "Your boy here has been marking some of that racist dreck in the grout and I have the pictures to prove it"
Garry: "I knew
it! I caught another couple of little bastards today doing that same crap in all the other restrooms and issued them [college system] tickets. Juan--you're the only one I know on about 'revolution' and I thought you were up to something."
Me: "Really now?"
Garry: "Oh yeah, they've been going around to the bathrooms doing this crap for several months now."
Juan: "Please don't fire me!!!"
Garry: "Oh, I won't fire you--but I need someone else to stay longer to clean out the kitchen grease tanks, and do some of the extra cafe detail. Also there's sticky messy trash cleanup outside from the orientation party--Bill was going to help but I'm let him go home early because it's his anniversary today.
Me: "You're welcome."
So the moral of the story: Don't be a douchebag unless you can get away with a fair bit of anonymity.
Edit: @ below