Thursday, April 21, 2011

April 21

Just the other day, EV Grieve reader Riian submitted a fine entry ... However, some of you vicious bastards people weren't impressed since the thing was in a pot.

So, Riian strikes again on Sixth Street between Avenue A and Avenue B...

This should certainly please the judges, though as a neutral observer, I cannot speak for the International Coalition of Tree Tossing in the Spring (ICTTS). Via text, ICTTS spokesperson Gruber MacDougal, currently in London preparing for the royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton, wrote, "Hi Grieve. TY 4t note. We'll ck out this Ntry. meanwyl, mrry xmas in April."


Mr. New York said...

Hi I represent Gaia Italian Cafe located at 251 East Houston street. We would love it if you wrote an article about us, we are really trying to get known more from the neighborhood and we would appreciate your help. You can contact us through phone or facebook, or just visit to see the place for yourself.

Phone: 646-350-3977
Facebook: Gaia Italian Cafe

We are located on East Houston Street and Norfolk

Thanks! Hope to hear from you soon.

Tom said...

Mine was bigger. And greener. And discovered just 10 days ago. So, between Riian's, Slum Goddess's and mine, who's the winner? I mean, what are the rules anyway?

Marty Wombacher said...

I applaud Riian's potless effort (he should've submitted the potted one on 4/20), however I've heard a nasty rumor about Brooklyn being blacklisted by the ICTTS. Is this true? And how fitting that that son of a bitch, Gruber MacDougal has his panties in a bunch over William and Kate's wedding. Is he also a correspondent for In Touch magazine? Everything is starting to make sense now. But not really.

onemorefoldedsunset said...

Yes, what's up with my April 18th tree? Nothing from the ICTTS. NOTHING!!!

EV Grieve said...

I hear you and understand your feelings, frustrations, etc. Unfortunately, we're dealing with an international consortium that is as transparent as the Kremlin.

So let's not get into crisis mode just yet. We've been here before. Remember the ICTTS crisis in 1979, which eventually lead to the signing of the SALT II nuclear arms reduction treaty?

Right. Anyway, this will all get sorted out. I'm afraid we have a long way to go. Goggla has just submitted photographic evidence that may blow this whole thing out of the proverbial water.

onemorefoldedsunset said...

Ho, hum. New tree, April 22.