Trees decimated (for “spy in the sky”)
Eye Spy in the sky installed at Pier C Park
Okay, after the funeral of the trees – well, that didn’t happen – they’re still on “life support,” the new surveillance cameras were finally installed down at Pier C Park.
None of this crap makes you safer. Just more prone to “legal” robbery if you choose to smoke a blunt on the water on a beautiful fall evening. Or get frisky with your new love. Or eat trans-fats. Etcetera.
Remember – those invasive devices are NOT for you. They’re for THEM. Got that?
They don’t call these things the “spy in the sky” for nothing now, do they?
Pier C Park Trees decimated – you’ll never guess why!
Oh brother. Trees decimated at Pier C Park.
Why would the city “scalp” such nice trees anyway?“For the security cameras.”
Apparently the city had an obscured view of the children playing in the sand and people relaxing that they had to butcher these trees.
Don’t you think they should have re-evaluated where these cameras were instead? Utterly moronic.
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