The Word On The Street, Part III: Special “When Worlds Collide” Edition

Manhattan Avenue at Eagle Street

WANTED

I do not know where to even start here, so I’ll leave it at this; lest the “copy” and “graphics” were not a sufficient indication, the sheer quantity of these flyers I saw while walking around the neighborhood today make it quite clear “Tony” is pissed.

Franklin Street at Eagle Street

franklinateagle

This would hardly be the first time I have heard of roosters calling our fair burgh home. What’s more, shortly after spotting this (regrettably incomplete) missive I actually heard the rooster in question. Ah, Greenpoint…

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3 Comments on The Word On The Street, Part III: Special “When Worlds Collide” Edition

  1. bleibtreu on Sun, 5th May 2013 2:59 pm
  2. Ah, sorry Tony, but leaving the scene of an accident when there is only property damage is not “considered a criminal offense,” at least not in New York. It’s a traffic violation, punishable by a fine up to $250. The person’s drivers license can not be suspended or “cancelled” because of it.
    http://ypdcrime.com/vt/article22.htm

    Of course you can sue if you can prove who did it, but reporting it to the police will bring basically the same response as if you reported any other traffic violation, like speeding or running a stop sign. That is, they won’t care.

    Your lawyer should have told you this stuff.

  3. missheather on Sun, 5th May 2013 6:41 pm
  4. Well done!

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