Saturday, May 26, 2012

Today in photos of a pile of raw chicken on Avenue B


From farm to sidewalk? Several readers have noted this at East Third Street. Via EVG reader Steven...


Given the temperature, the chicken should be ready to turn in about 15 minutes.

22 comments:

Anonymous said...

The Stuy Town farmers market!

Morgan Tsvangirai said...

I know there are hawks in this city but they seem too dignified to eat this mess (they'll stick to Thompkins rats, thank you). Are there any vultures around?

Anonymous said...

dee-gusty-ing

Anonymous said...

I stopped supporting GrowNYC after reading how a significant portion of a Stuyvesant Town lawn was graveled over to accommodate their Greenmarket.

Anonymous said...

The Stuyvesant Town Report recently wrote about this destruction.

"Another result, historically very important for Stuyvesant Town, is that we have officially lost a chunk of grass area that existed for decades in the Oval, an area that was taken over by the greenmarket for just 28 days of the year, leaving behind for the remaining 337 days a grass-less track of land to be used primarily by dog walkers as an impromptu deposit station for their animals."

http://stuytownreport.blogspot.com/2012/05/oval-grounds-changed-forever.html

Anonymous said...

Don't cook tonight CALL chicken delight ...

Anonymous said...

interesting, i've never been to the sty town greenmarket, i usually go to tompkins square greenmarket on sundays -- or union square on saturdays. i've been trying to support the st. mark's greenmarket on tuesdays but it's only recently started having vendors again and is really too small.

Anonymous said...

GrowNYC also advertises the farmers market to people off property even though it's for Stuy Town residents and their guests only. They hide their duplicity rather well behind those phony smiles and beets!

Anonymous said...

Shame on GrowNYC!

Anonymous said...

sorry i'm glad i don't live in or near sty town. just saying...

Anonymous said...

The dingo stole my baby!!

Anonymous said...

What's not to love about living with 11,000 college kids in sub-sub-divided rooms? It's utopia!

Marty Wombacher said...

Just add beer and you have an instant bbq!

Anonymous said...

Where's the rats when you need em.

Anonymous said...

Should have mixed it up with yesterdays "9th st. Street Soup" for an extra delicious teat for the whole family.
Mmm, mmn!

Lois A. said...

Are those sub-sub-divided apartments approved by FDNY?

BagelGuy said...

'Given the temperature, the chicken should be ready to turn in about 15 minutes.'

my vote for Grieve line of the year thus far.

Hot & Crusty said...

@7:48PM The Stuy Town rats dine in the recycling areas. They don't have to go out for food.

Anonymous said...

On that same corner this evening, a huge stretch SUV limo pulled up, with a bunch of cackling cunts that poured onto the street. I gave them a dirty look and said "Go back to Connecticut, plesae" and one of these little scumbirds said "We're from Texas" so I said "Go back to Texas then" and I feel so FUCKING good about it. FUCK YOU chicken mothafuckzzz

Anonymous said...

Forget the recycling areas, look at the shit in the Stuy Town hallways.

Anonymous said...

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