4.17.2010

CRUMBLING BRICKS ARE A PART OF LIFE?

There I was drowsily rushing to get to my school library on a steamy Friday afternoon, passing  the same old streets, down Victoria and passing Gould, which was, this time, blocked off with caution tape?
It was just steps away from the Ryerson bookstore where the embedded bricks right above Tatami sushi had (for lack of a better word) crumbled off. I'm guessing that the building is just falling apart, nooo big deal.
Can you believe that such a thing could happen, not in the suburbs or a ghetto area, but right in our own Ryerson neighbourhood? Luckily, no one was injured (because now we can just laugh about it and not feel guilty for finding this quite hilarious).
Photos taken by me.

xo Jen

3 comments:

  1. given that no one was hurt, it is funny how this was so hyped up by Toronto's local media yesterday

    http://www.thestar.com/news/gta/article/796441--part-of-ryerson-closed-after-wall-collapses?bn=1

    *very nice photos

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  2. this just made me wanna eat at marble slab

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  3. Adil,
    I just read that article.

    "A large part of Ryerson University’s campus and several streets in the downtown core were shut down" --- lol it didn't even affect Ryerson's campus that much?

    xo

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