Fear And Loathing On The Southside

April 8, 2008 by
Filed under: Williamsburg 

Last Friday The New York Observer made the following wry observation about my latest installment of violence against public pay phones:

Evidence would suggest Williamsburg pay phones have become the target of twenty-something angst.

I mulled this theory over for a moment and came to the conclusion that they may very well be right. It also begs the question as to how the neighbors of these 20-somethings vent the frustration that invariably arises with living elbow to elbow with the young and the privileged. Yesterday on Driggs Avenue at South 3rd Street I finally learned their secret.

Step 1: Get a door, preferably one that is light weight and of low quality
Step 2: Secure an X-Men 2 poster and some duct tape.
Step 3: Affix the aforementioned poster to door with duct tape.

Step 4: Give your doorman a “body” and slug away.

Looks like this guy needs to work on his aim.

Miss Heather


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