|11-12-2004, 08:56 AM||#1|
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Do pretty girls ride the subway?
New York Daily News has the scoop:Someone hacked into computer system of NYC's subway yesterday and changed the LED message at the West Fourth Station to read "PRETTY GIRLS DON'T RIDE THE SUBWAY." The new message appeared for several hours before it was removed.
Some riders at the busy hub that serves seven lines took offense, while others laughed it off. "It's a vicious lie," said Rachel Russell, 37, an East Village arts-program coordinator, mostly in jest. "I think someone is trying to be clever." Lucia Morales, 31, a social worker from East New York, Brooklyn, was waiting for a downtown A train to take her home from celebrating a promotion. "That's horrible," she said of the sign. "I'm pretty, and I take the subway every day."
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