The BART has proud signs showing “40 years of BART”. This may explain the powerful smell of mildew mixed with despair.
A deeper defect of Gelinas’s approach is that it segments dangers to bicyclists from general road dangers facing everyone. Her column reinforces this artificial divide by withholding until paragraph 20 the revelation that “nearly all of the early Velib deaths involved a truck, with these large heavy vehicles making a blind right turn.” Does Gelinas not know that over the past decade this same maneuver by the same class of vehicle has probably killed a hundred New York City pedestrians, like Jessica Dworkin, the Greenwich Village artist whom a turning 18-wheeler crushed to death at Houston Street and Sixth Avenue last August?
facebook-officially broken-up within the first 2 hours of valentine’s day
one day they’ll ask me why I wanted to climb mt everest and I’ll just be like
because it was there, motherfucker
(for real though what achievement do I unlock for this. what is my prize)
who killed amanda palmer
The thing that makes this so great, is that it not so much WKAP fan art as much as it is a glimpse into the adventures of Happy Batman. Go ahead, and see what other album cover art shenanigans he’s gotten into HERE.
Omg! I love happy batman! Thanks AFP!
Dear Abby: About four months ago, the house across the street was sold to a “father and son” — or so we thought. We later learned it was an older man about 50 and a young fellow about 24. This was a respectable neighborhood before this “odd couple” moved in. They have all sorts of strange-looking company. Men who look like women, women who look like men, blacks, whites, Indians. Yesterday I even saw two nuns go in there!… Abby, these weirdos are wrecking our property values! How can we improve the quality of this once-respectable neighborhood? —Up In Arms
Dear UP: You could move.