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Mysterious White Surrender Flags Appear Above Brooklyn Bridge

NYC police are investigating the mysterious appearance of two white surrender flags above the Brooklyn Bridge that were apparently planted by vandals who scaled to the top in the middle of the night, saying that it could be an art project. What do you think?

  • “I’d agree it was some sort of conceptual art project, if Brooklyn were known for that kind of thing.”

    Jonathan Curtis Quality Control Specialist
  • “In the absence of hard facts about this, does anybody have any wild speculation?”

    Ben Johnstone, Anchor Hoister
  • “Oh man, I wish I had beliefs strong enough to climb that high.”

    Katie Pompilio Garnish Adder

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