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Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Brooklynites Trying to Get into Manhattan when the L line is Closed



5 comments:

Anonymous said...

You know, there may be another ulterior motive for the nonsensical costly and water polluting congested Ferry follies. In addition to being another alcoholic fueled drunken vomitous pissing venue, it also takes away the power-monopoly the MTA has on revenue from commuters. The mostly if not entirely State controlled MTA the Governor and Mayor battle over.

Of course the State always robs....I mean profits from the People the most and will not be outdone by the City. The State will profit from the drunken ferries seeing as the State is doing A LOT of business with the liquor companies and the spouses of the State officials have very lucrative sponsorship deals with liquor companies.

Pushing liquor and the liquor fueled events seems to be the way of the City and the State. If the ferries were from commuters then they would be as the subway is, no drinking allowed. But the ferries are not for commuters, they are for drunkfests and the City Council just said it is ok to piss anywhere so look for a lot of human piss waste in the Rivers once the gross ferry launches.

The west side is lucky the ferry is not going to pollute the Hudson more like it will pollute the East River more. But with Tishman Speyer and their ilk behind the ferry plan and Fortress CW behind the gentrifying waterfront developments, the Rivers will be overdeveloped and crowded just like the land is with these chopped apartments and the subways are with these poorly planned upgrades.

It does seem that the wrong people are making all the decisions and ruining the City. I mean running the City. Well I mean both, ruining and running the City.

Anonymous said...

What a hideous way to "live."

Anonymous said...

If that were to happen HERE, a "brother" would have beaten the &#$%@! out of them!
Third world countries.

Stuy Town Reporter said...

http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/power-outage-unleashes-subway-delays-nyc-article-1.2709907

Anonymous said...

That looks like 14th Street at Union Square on a good day - outside of rush hour.