Anti-MTA Sentiment Augments in Bushwick and Outlying North Brooklyn Areas

August 13, 2014 Comments Off on Anti-MTA Sentiment Augments in Bushwick and Outlying North Brooklyn Areas 1044 L Train, MTA
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In general, people outside of New York City do not tend to share a common enemy. Their problems and plights are usually much more specific to individual idiosyncrasies and pet peeves. But in NYC, everybody has one universal arch nemesis: the MTA, better known as the MTmothafuckinA. While the main faction of haters typically stems from the Greenpoint G train vicinity, the ire among Buswick residents has also grown remarkably in the wake of certain arbitrary MTA decisions.

Anti-MTA graffiti in Bushwick

Anti-MTA graffiti in Bushwick

Between a failed project to merge the L and A trains and a botched attempt at making extra money with the “premium” L Train Metro Cards, Bushwickians have had it up to their genitals in frustration with the organization. One L train rider, Icanah Drive, a 24-year-old from Arroyo Grande, California, vented, “All I want is to ride a non-crowded, normal train that comes regularly and isn’t trying to be my closet.” Even though some were briefly placated by the installation of vibrator seats, that small consolation¬†went horribly awry when one of the vibrations became too strong and took off an unidentified woman’s clit about a week ago. If the MTA is lucky, the animosity toward them will stop at hateful graffiti…

Written by Genna Rivieccio

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