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Pop-up art display at Ruggles station mordantly speaks to the futility of life in the modern age

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Did they think they were going to make a misting station by aiming a hose full blast at an industrial fan? Because that's what it looks like.

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i'd, of course, would be able to see more of it if it wasnt recorded in stupid vertical resolution.

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is the power outlet gfci ?

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That looks like an electrocution hazard.

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I don't need an artist to remind me of the state of ennui I feel when I set foot on the Orange Line.

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Former Canadiens great.

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Every time.

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as I remember my Marvel Comics, was that he was _really stupid_.

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But yeah, water and electricity are a bad combo.

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"Electro has fought Spider-Man countless times, either on his own or as part of a group such as the Sinister Six. He has also fought such other heroes as Daredevil, the Fantastic Four, and the New Avengers. Despite his immense power, he has almost always been defeated, usually as a result of his foes outsmarting him or taking advantage of his weakness to water while charged."

If only he could just find a nice girl and settle down.

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Electrocute riders 1 at a time = fewer riders = reduced load on the T!

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MBTA wastes money, they may as well waste water and other precious resources.

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I know some friends of mine like to pretend they live in California to increase drama, but we live in the temperate region.

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True, and I have this internal argument often. While the water is not precious here, the electricity to clean it on both ends is. So I still try to conserve.

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For most MWRA water districts, it costs about a penny a gallon all-in.

Not precious if you're talking about a drink of water. But a garden hose is 6 gallons a minute. That's $86 a day. $31 grand a year. It's real money.

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If so, I'm with the OP. "WHY?!?"

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Swampcooler? Albeit a dangerous one.

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