Wednesday, April 16, 2008


There is a building on Staten Island where two streets meet. Some might call this an 'intersection.' This building has two doors.

On one street, the sign over the door reads: "Memory Lane Catering Hall."

On t'other street, the sign over the door reads: "Alzheimer's Association of Staten Island."

The truly funny thing is that I cannot remember if I've posted about this building already.


Spatula007 said...

There's a building in West Toronto, where one half is a red brick and neon sign strip club, and the other half is a sky-blue painted brick "Christian Fellowship Assoc." with a cross above the door. I often imagine droves of people in suits coming out of one end and switching locales with bikers in leather chaps, ala the simpsons movie.

Statens Island said...

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