Last night I happened to be passing the now infamous "Bridge to Nowhere" in Bradford. The quarter million dollar unneeded, redundant walking bridge that goes from nowhere to nowhere. The one that looks like it was designed by a Chinese guy on crack! No offense meant to my Chinese friends. Or anybody I might know on crack!
I thought it was odd that the bridge under construction, not yet open to the public or usable yet, was all lit up! Kind of odd to waste electricity like that to light a bridge up that can not be used. Who's paying that electric bill?
Then, much to my dismay, today, mid-day I was in the area again .... and notice the same thing .... The bridge was STILL lit up! The lights were on in the middle of the day! WTF? Seriously?
I mentioned this to somebody and they said they thought the light option was left off this project to keep the cost down. So what is up with that?
Why is the incomplete bridge lit at night? Why is it lit during the day? Who pays for that?
Do we really have drunken sailors running this city for real?
I DO understand why a drunken sailor would want the bridge lit up at night ..... so they wouldn't sail into it, or fall off of it .... but why the lights during the day?
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Hello! Is this a joke?
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Somebody tell me this is a rubber or foam prop that was placed here as a joke! Ha Ha, you got me!