Like crop circles, there were too many of them, too perfect, to be any kind of, say, guerilla art project.
Anyway, turns out the city is behind the messaging on the catch basins (aka storm drains or sewer grates).
And thanks to Jonas for this photo ... showing a DEP worker in stenciling action the other day... you're not supposed to dump anything down these (cooking grease, oil, construction waste, sewage, etc.) Will the messaging deter the catch-basin dumpers?
I thought these were fishing holes!?!?
( to anonymous 12:07 pm )
You’re not supposed to feed the allgators?
Could be alternate lyrics for This is Not a Love Song by PIL
Does anyone have any information on the "This Isn't Real" stencil sprays that are appearing more frequently? I see them everywhere and I have no idea what it's meant to be marketing for.
This is not a trash can but it looks like a good place to dump some shit.
I had a lovely confrontation with a woman driving a sporty car with Florida plates yesterday as she opened her car door and dumped he fast food containers and wrappers in front of my building. So yes this neighborhood "is a trash can".
🎶THIS IS NOT A TRASHCAN🎶👍👍
I wanted to yell at a guy in his parked car who threw a bottle of vitamin water out his window. But moments later as he was pulling out of the parking space, he hit another car. Karma took care of that one!
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