Friday, May 02, 2008

Trees Slaughtered By The Bloomberg Administration

The verb slaughter is usually used with animals and sometimes people. It doesn't go with trees.
Also, trees lost the Battle of New York centuries ago and you can't single out Bloomberg as the guy responsible for their absence in the urban landscape. He's the guy that fought so hard for congestion pricing, a way of deterring driving in the city which would have done more to improve the air than planting trees.

Found in Union Square near the statue of Ghandi.

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