Presidents and NYC Subways

Millard Fillmore – 7

I know those who ride the 7 back and forth from Queens everyday, along with the Americans who lived between 1850 and 1853 are pissed about this one.

Bill Clinton – F

What can I say? The F is a pretty reliable train. It brings you to a bunch of convenient locations and is rarely out of commission. Yet it’s that occasional hobo, peeing in the corner of the 14th Street station that makes me remember that solid or not, the F can sometimes slip up and become completely and utterly inappropriate.

JFK – L

JFK was one of the youngest presidents of the USA. He was handsome and charismatic and his wife was a fashion icon. If you scrape away the dirty beards and unwashed vintage clothing at the Bedford stop alone, you may find a few JFK gems under there.

Barack Obama – T

Still waiting for both to actually happen. TC mark

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  • GuoxT

    oh damn sting Barack Obama

    • kitticow

      oof

    • http://Blommit.com Joey Camire

      Yeah, that one went over my head… Or was it under my feet?

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  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Natalie-Sexton/100000074052310 Natalie Sexton

    Damn… the m used to be great. When it was the V. and the 7 is awesome, you get a view of 5 points and it can take me from my school to LIC. Honestly, wtf is it about bryooklyn dissing queens? What are you, intimidated?

    • http://www.facebook.com/noahtourjee Noah Tourjee

      Well if he wasn't before he will be now!

  • Chase from LES

    Relax everybody…this is just a funny, satirical piece…made me laugh out loud…and I love Queens and Barack!

  • Pete

    Except Abe Lincoln wasn't “all the way on the left.” Abe Lincoln was a Republican…

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