Sunday, June 17, 2007

Flushing funeral

"158th between 43rd and 45th:

The residence, which looked like its fellows on either side, was pronounced terminal before any symptoms actually manifested themselves.
The plywood fence and blue mylar went up, and the house was officially pronounced dead.
Here is the kind of dwelling our architects, our developers, our politicians, and the residents of Flushing have decided that they want to see replace our current buildings.

The face of the future, June 2007." - K.W.


Anonymous said...

I like how the politicians duck this and churn out the mindless crap we see week in and week out in the papers.

Keep crapping back ol Crappie! You are burying them in their own crap!

Tommy José Stathes said...

This house looked rather bleak with bright white aluminum siding, though its true beauty was shown when the structure was stripped to its dark wood shingles and green window frames. What a shame.

Anonymous said...

Thats on my block....In fact the green car would be mine...

When did you take them?

Anonymous said...

There's an "H and (?) Corp." construction company indicated on the side of the truck.

Tell me that the "H" isn't for Huang !!!

Anonymous said...

Jake LaCrapa would like to rent a room in the cellar.