Philadelphia’s heterophobic neighborhood that, according to Cities Magazine, west of 5th St. deports the unwanted.
“We are a pious campaign against humanity. We despise generosity of spirit. Here, we feel most alive when sneering, disparaging. We get turned on most of all by deporting infants”, said Mayor Henri Halloween.
Alley of Evil. The Mayor’s corner
“It happened around midnight on the 1200 block of Chancellor Street”
The tidy neighborhood of impeccable decorators at 4 p.m., at 3 a.m. dropping drippy condoms and drug trash in alleys, screeching in drag about betrayal and trust,
and the stabbings, the stabbings.
On the other side of Broad there are very few furious altruists
Real graffiti was sprayed on top of art school graffiti.
Stretches of paving
A deluge answers the immorality
@Midtwn_Village was badly flooded
https://whyy.org/articles/water-main-break-flooding-downtown-philly-streets/ The Philadelphia Water Department said a 48-inch transmission main broke near Sansom and Juniper Streets, flooding reaching about six inches before officials could get the scene under control. Into the morning, water continued to spread onto Walnut from 9th and Broad streets. An estimated 14 to 15 millions gallons of water was lost from the break before it was shut down around 7:40 a.m.