What Lurks Behind the Re-Design at Morgan Avenue Stop?

October 23, 2014 Comments Off on What Lurks Behind the Re-Design at Morgan Avenue Stop? 444 L Train, MTA, News
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The Bogart and Morgan entrance to the L train has always been a strange one. From inexplicable backlogs to the turnstile only working for whoever has the magic touch, this stop is notorious for its weird vibes. Thus, the addition of a boarded up area where once there used to be a tile wall seems more than somewhat portentous.

What's behind them blue boards?

What’s behind them blue boards?

The Burning Bush took a moment to ask various commuters what they thought the reason behind the shoddy revamp was. Most people either grunted or spat at us, but we were able to cobble together a vaguely intelligent quote from Conspira Cee, a 22-year-old SVA student who warned, “The MTA is covering something up. Bodies, drugs, underground orgies, I don’t know what. Or maybe that’s where some mole people live now. All I know is, something is rotten in the state of Bushwick.” Because yes, Bushwick is its own state.

Written by Genna Rivieccio

 

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