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If you sit on the front stoop of your building practically every day for 25 years, the way James Rudnick has, people expect you to know what is happening on the block. So every day, people stop and ask Mr. Rudnick — Jimmy from Union Street, as he’s known here in Park Slope — what he knows about the white-painted stroller that has been padlocked to a parking sign on the corner of Union Street and Sixth Avenue since the beginning of the month.
A white-painted stroller has appeared on the corner of Sixth Avenue and Union Street in Park Slope, Brooklyn. Sometimes the passers-by look curious; sometimes they are distraught, concerned by the three plastic roses — peach, pink and red — tucked behind the straps, which give the stroller the distinct look of a memorial commemorating some grim accident.
Originally posted by Chamberf=6
But then the 3 flowers inside make me think of 3 lost babies.
I don't know it just makes me scratch my head a bit.