Sunday, March 8, 2009

I dialed 911 a long time ago / Don't you see... oh, wait, nevermind, there they are.


No, no, it's a sign of a good block to live on. Really. All the best neighborhoods have police vans parked throughout them.

(Found by Adam.)

9 comments:

773 said...

The human brain is a strange and wonderful thing - I first read the agent's name as Felony Melix.

Linnee said...

773, I read the name as Felony, too!

cyndee said...

At first I thought, $480,000!?!? But then I saw it has 5 bedrooms....

Lulu LaBonne said...

I think it's great that they provide police security - some really special people must live here

Dirty Jerzey said...

You can see it as you come off the Pulaski Skyway.

Jersey city is a rather corrupt town.

Karin said...

2 blocks down, the fences get graffitied all the time (generally, nothing more serious than that happens here) so I like the police car parked in front of my house. my townhouse neighbor is a police officer and has a "company car". However, they don't take home the vans... that would be worrysome parked in front of my house.

When we were buying our house, we looked at a bunch of houses. one in particular stands out - the resident had died and his estate was for sale. besides the worms in the bathroom sink, the lack of kitchen appliances or cabinetry specifically put in the listing and the large hole in the second story floor, the whole thing was spoiled when we got stuck in the driveway for 20 minutes while the police converged on the house across the street.

Marytoo said...

Is it significant that the address is "not disclosed"?

janny226 said...

I knew it was East Coast before I even clicked through. I was guessing Brooklyn though.

The scariest thing for me is the monthly payment calculator puts it at approx. the same monthly payment I have now for our apt. Not quite sure what that means...

Nigel Prentice said...

Great title! I love 1990s hip hop. Long live PE!