Yeah, somewhere, somehow, someone is going to read this and say I am condoning vandalism, or mischief, or guerrilla art, or whatever outrage they can muster.
I could be flippant, and say one's vandalism is another's art. I could, but I won't, even though you know that's how it goes. For the record, as long as the artwork is not on the side of my car, I could care less how people express themselves creatively, whether song, art, or even sculpture, as it turns out in this story.
North Carolina State University student Joseph Carnevale was arrested and charged with larceny after police in Raleigh discovered he was to blame for unloosing THIS UPON US!!!
Sheer, unadulterated brilliance! God knows that hardly any work is ever done once the orange barrels go up, and since it's going to be sometime between now and whenever the hell they feel like finishing, might as well liven it up a bit. The only true problem with this is going to be when Michael Eisner decides to option the traffic cone monster into a screenplay. Just hope Subway does not get the tie-in deal. They don't do toys with their meals, and let's be honest, when was the last time Subway backed a box office winner?