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Saturday, May 23, 2009

Maybe They Put it Back Just to Piss Me Off

17th street & 9th avenue (May 2009)

When I posted about the corner of 17th and 9th avenue a while back, it provoked some interesting comments. It was the first time I had seen an NPA City Outdoor ad frame removed, and was a nice example of how truly un-permanent all of the advertising in our city is, despite it often feeling the contrary. Sure enough I walked by this corner yesterday and was greeted by this slightly smaller version of the same old thing.

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