work emanates from life on the street. in our first story, the gift of grafitti artist david cho, once a self-described husler and thief, he's now searching for a new direction, using art to find his way. >> no one goes to museums. you have this whole attitude and get a can of paint and go out and paint all of the stuff on the freeway and 1,000 people will see it before 8:00 on the 101 freeway >>> in our second story, tommy guerrero's innate sense of rhythm and movement has helped him forge another career.
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-- well, you might be david cho. >> hi. i'm dave cho. i'm going to paint you today. is that cool? just sit right there. sorry. don't usually paint this early in the morning. okay. i'm going to go more expressionistic, if you don't mind. >> i want to know, you said on record, young people are looking to -- follow your road to success. your advice is whatever you do, don't date a career girl. >> i try to be open-minded about things, right? well, i'm racist. for me, i've given this a shot and i end up in this situation where i feel like i'm dating my mom. >> so what characteristics were in common? >> overbearing, jealous. unreasonable. unrealistic about life, demanding. i mean, i could go on and on. but also the men, too. if you're a woman, i would never recommend dating a korean guy. for the very few women out there into asian guys, if you are going to go that route, definitely go chinese. yeah. come check it out. >> whoa! awesome. wow. >> what do you think? >> dude. i'm honored. i've never had my portrait done before. >> hey, man. >> you're welcome. >> this has to be worth some mo
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