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Old 02-26-2015, 04:15 PM   #1
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NY Subway Cars Converted To Fish Homes

Dumping subway trains into the ocean ... in a good way - CNN.com

"tiny homes" for the fishes!
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so, its OK for the fish to dump turds in public?
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Yeah, I guess so!
mmmmm speaking of fish- we jsut had fresh cobia and bay scallops.
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Looks like it could also have been a cheap housing option for a lot of homeless that need shelters.
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Looks like it could also have been a cheap housing option for a lot of homeless that need shelters.
great idea! but they would neverr pass code or other laws designed to protect those homeless folks from living in sub-par conditions.
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Yep. Our homeless shelter here houses about a hundred people and cost nearly two million dollars of "bailout money".
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