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no,they can use the composite boards.Can you imagine how hot the concrete will get in the summer? Vrey hot!
Well there goes that song too:
"...under the boardwalk...ya, ya, ya..."!
Aside from the concrete being unbareably hot in the summer, won't it crack after a number of years and need to be repaired?
Who was the genius behind this?
who gives a shit? coney island is full of lowlives anyway
Bad Bad Idea to use concrete. Keep the wooden boardwalks.
And what do you do when the sand accumulates on the concrete. At least with the wood slats the sand falls through.
What a##holes came up with this idea?
The same morons that designed the subway grates that soon will be covered with grafitti and filth.
Blumturd's city lacks class and style.
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