That is a good point. After reading the article the first thing I thought of was San Fransisco. I used to visit my sister there and always remember how beautiful some of the houses were but it was hard to see it because of all of the poles and wires.James Long said:It is amazing how a repetitive ugly can blend in to the background.
It would also depend on the neighborhood, but utility poles can be found in alleys behind homes (with other ugly stuff). Perhaps if there are front yard utilities front yard dishes would be more "acceptable".
Well, one can certainly see the safety hazard here."We have buildings that have three floors, but there are six dishes hanging off the front," said Marygrace Gravallese, a 49-year-old East Boston resident who subscribes to cable. "I'm sick and tired of looking at them. It makes me sick when I'm driving down the street. Somebody needs to do something."
Ever driven in the Bostan area ? As far as I'm concerned, the whole area needs to go back to driver's ed....joblo said:Well, one can certainly see the safety hazard here.
I think there's a clear need for remedial driver education classes in East Boston.
Agreed. Worst drivers in the nation, and I've driven in New York, Dallas, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, San Francisco, Orlando, and D.C., just to name a few places. Not that any of this is on topic.scooper said:Ever driven in the Bostan area ? As far as I'm concerned, the whole area needs to go back to driver's ed....