Even today, approaches to providing context on-site still result in small permanent plaques with vague language written by committees. At the same time, innovations in Civic Technology are on the rise, but remain heavily focused on issues around quantifiable aspects of cities. Meanwhile, spray paint is the primary way the narrative changes in the public view. Since 2011, the Jefferson Davis monument has been tagged on days following mass shootings, white supremacist rallies, and even after Trump was elected. As a user behavior, tagging reflects a desire to revise the inscriptions; spray paint acts as a form of analog augmented reality.