The person who modeled for this caution steep cliff sign in Newport, RI jumped at the chance to do be the model.
It was a once in a lifetime opportunity.
On a related note, why has the City of Newport made the dangerous unpaved paths (we were on the paved path) along the steep cliffs so damn inviting to walk on?
The caution signs are only making the inevitable Darwin Award all the more easy to win.
We here at BeehiveHairdresser are very much pro-life when it comes to trees. Trees purify the air and create shade for other living things to live happily under. However, when a small tree starts growing along the F train at 4th Avenue station, especially when the station was just rehabilitated as part of a $275.5 million rehabilitation project to fix the Culver Viaduct, we question the validity of the tree’s life.
A tree is growing directly between the concrete and steel that is holding the station up and will only make the station less structurally sound if it is allowed to grow larger.
So, um… MTA folks. We know that you are incredibly busy running the massive transit system in and around New York City, but could you please send someone out to the Manhattan bound tracks of the F & G subway line at 4th Avenue/9th Street to remove the tree so that we didn’t just spend $275.5 million to have a tree make the subway structurally unsound. Thanks in advance!
We feel for Lily who apparently lives just below Canal Street.
Lily, stay safe. Your stalker sees you and left the above note to let you know that they are the world’s creepiest stalker by spelling your name in a squiggly lined way.
This is what would happen if baseball and basketball cards were designed by the lovely people of Long Island.
Sh!tty Winston! He plays gawd and he’s a sh!tty player.
This is “America’s Response Monument”. As you can see, it sits behind a tall fence at the World Trade Center. We aren’t certain as to why it is back there, but maybe it’s because the response that America did not do the best things after being attacked on 9/11? Just maybe…
Anyway, the monument’s base has the MOST wordy piece of information that we’ve ever seen on a monument.
It’s like someone asked “How do we fit ten plus years of savage brutality onto a stone ten foot wide and five feet high?” And then got the answer of “Very tiny letters. Lots of them. But we just won’t mention savage brutality.”