Clean Up After Your Horse

Posted by The G on October 1, 2011 under Street Art | Be the First to Comment

Photo by G. Art by MEA.

Clean Up After Your Horse

Clean Up After Your Horse

You don’t have to be an animal rights activist to know that the usage of horse drawn carriages in Manhattan in 2011 is unnecessary and unacceptable!  It’s so cruel to the horses.  Do unto others…

Don’t Flick Your Butts On The Ground

Posted by The G on September 29, 2011 under Street Art | Be the First to Comment

Photo by G.  Art by MEA (Metropolitan Etiquette Authority).

Don't Flick Your Butts On The Ground

Don't Flick Your Butts On The Ground

Good one, MEA!  I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – teach common sense in school.   It’s way more important than learning about how our government works because what we are taught is all theory and not the truth.

Pay Attention While Walking – Your Facebook Status Update Can Wait

Posted by The G on September 26, 2011 under Street Art | Be the First to Comment

Photo by G.  Art by MEA (Metropolitan Etiquette Authority)

 

Pay Attention While Walking - Your Facebook Status Update Can Wait

Pay Attention While Walking - Your Facebook Status Update Can Wait

Dear MEA,

Thank you SO much for posting this.  Rather than learnig useless bullshit in schools like economics where you are taught about perfect societies where only 2 products exist in the marketplace, I think we need to teach common sense.  You’d think that everyone has it, but most people are so selfish, they are not capable of thinking of anyone else.  In your own home, do whatever you want but when we are out in the street – pay attention and get the hell out of my way! 

Thanks!

Street Art of the Day

Posted by The G on July 10, 2010 under Artsy Fartsy | Read the First Comment

Photo by G.  Art by MEA.

Clean Up After Your Dog! Use These.

I saw this on the streets of Manhattan the other day, and I love it.  If you don’t visit New York very often, you are missing out on the fact that there’s a shortage of grass in the city for dogs to comfortably do their business and often, they have to go on the cement!  Some dog owners are considerate and bring plastic bags to pick up the mess, but lots of douche bags just leave it on the street for unsuspecting people to step in.  On the bottom right corner is the logo “Mea,” but I was unable to find out any more information on this artist.  If you have the goods, send it our way!

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