Friday, November 28, 2008

Frank Lloyd Crap goes industrial

Here we have Frank Lloyd Crap's foray into industrial architecture.

He filed for a permit to erect a 2-story structure that's hollow below to allow for 7 cars and a contractor's office hovering above.

Let's check in with Frank to see what his thought process was for this design.

"Well, Crappy, the inspiration for this design was basically a large ugly shoe box with some holes cut in it suspended in the air over a pile of junk. Yep, at's what I was going for. I finished it off with a bunch of ugly cinderblocks to complete the look. But you don't know the full story.
I intended for it to be a new campaign office for Dennis Gallagher, because it wasn't exactly kosher that his campaign office and council office were just a narrow staircase apart. But alas, before I could present him with this gift, he got caught and his political career ended in disgrace. So, I sold it to a construction company for a quick buck and got right to work on Anthony Como's castle o' crap. And now he's out. Geez, maybe I'm bad luck or something. If everyone I design crap for gets tossed out of office, I should probaly design a nursery for Melinda Katz or a cozy cell for Bloomberg."

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

hey frank lloyd crapola's back! where've you been? with so much crap to cover in queens, i surprised you pop by only once in a while.

YAH THINK ? said...

It surly didn't take long to bring
back Gallagher,Como and Katz bashing. The crapper must really be
in withdrawal to attempt to get a FIX weaving politics into this article - what a stretch to beat the "same dead horse"? Granted the building is a sorry piece of work, so ..why cloud the issue with old - boring - played out stuff?

Anonymous said...

Wah, I love Gallagher and Katz. Wah Anthony Como lost. Wah wah wah.

Anonymous said...

Um, besides the open hole in the bottom for the driveway, it looks pretty much like that beautiful house next door. a plain ugly siding box with holes cut out for windows, and lovely rusted steel door. And correct me if I am wrong, but it looks like another industrial or office building on the left, so You cant really say this building is destroying the character of the neighborhood...because it has none. Not like they erected a 6 story building.

Queens Crapper said...

No one said they destroyed the character of the neighborhood. The whole post was a joke. It was the day after Thanksgiving for goodness sake and we thought we'd have some fun. Don't take life so seriously, dude.