A Day with New York City’s Pothole Repair Crew
Each morning, at a small depot tucked away under the Williamsburg Bridge, the New York City workers who call themselves the “pothole gang” pore over a giant spreadsheet known as “The Daily Pothole.” On it are thousands of potholes all over the city: giant gorges caused by rain and sleet, small interconnected divots that can flatten tires, and pretty much every other roadway wound you can imagine. The sun is barely up, and yet for these men — members of a street maintenance team tasked by the Department of Transportation with roadway repair — the race has already begun.
I Am Just… Admiring how beautiful this video makes pothole repair.
Big ups to these dudes as their work is hard, dangerous, and very necessary.
YNRichKids - “Hot Cheetos and Takis”
I’ve been yelling “SNACK! SNACK! SNACK! SNACK! CRUNCH!” all over the Parks and Rec to many confused looks.
YNRichKids - ‘Hot Cheetos and Takis’
I have listened to this 10x times in a row and think it’s great. The beat sounds dope (if there was a Lex Luger drop I’d believe that he did it) and the kids are actually good rappers. [Content removed due to unnecessary Sh’Boss boy hatin’ - Aziz]
Hello new jam.
This is the best rap video I’ve seen in years. I think this will be my new ring tone.