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Downtown Messages

There are many ways to get to know a city better. One of them is the messages that are visible in the city through all kinds of text. Today three examples of this. All three very different of each other.

Message 1: ”It's sink or swim and all the hard rocks drowned, I think if they get knocked down.”
A diptych of a remarkable mysterious message that I found on one of the pillars of the Andy Warhol bridge. On the internet a lot of photos and information from this bridge is available, but to my surprise I found nothing about this striking text and this mysterious hole. Hopefully Murat or someone else can solve this riddle.
Through the hole in the pillar the stadium of the Pittsburgh Pirates can be seen.

Message 2: "This message is NOT approved by Donald Trump."
This banner hung above the entrance to the Pittsburgh City Hall.
Since June of 2014, Immigrant Heritage Month has given people across the United States an opportunity to explore the unique story of America. Website "I Am an Immigrant"

Message 3: "Sorry there was no money in there for you! ☹ "
This message speaks for itself. I found the note stuck on a window of houseboat moored along the Allegheny river.

■ Picture 1: ◄ ”It's sink or swim and all the hard rocks drowned....” ►
■ Picture 2: ◄ "This message is NOT approved by Donald Trump." ►
■ Picture 3: ◄ "Sorry there was no money in there for you! ☹ " ►

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