Saturday, February 09, 2008

Mystery

One day there was grass and the next day there was a slab of concrete. It's been here over a month and no one knows what it is for? Anyone have a clue?

12 comments:

17 (really 15) more years said...

They're going to erect a statue to Principal Suit and this is the foundation for the base?

mathnerd said...

17 had a much saner response. My first response was to ask if anyone went missing lately. But I think that is because I have watched all 3 Godfather movies in the past week... :) Maybe it was going to be a tetherball pad but they forgot about the tetherball?

Jackie said...

Dang it, 17 beat me to it. I've got nothing now.

Pissed Off said...

I thought about the statue, but it isn't a high pedestal.

It can't be for a tetherball because there is parking area around it.

Maybe it will be a new classroom? They seem to be making them smaller and smaller these days.

17 (really 15) more years said...

Wait- maybe it's a trap door that leads to an underground tunnel that leads directly to the rubber room?

NYC Educator said...

Maybe it's Mayor Bloomberg's new and economical playground design. Or perhaps it's his space-age concept for a new school that will take 500 city kids.

Frumteacher said...

Has this thing been erected by your freaky neighbours? In that case, let's hope it's some kind of drainage system!

Anonymous said...

Is this thing at your school or in your weird neighbor's yard?

If it belongs to your neighbor, it may (I emphasize MAY) be the place they've decided to plant the central air conditioner condenser unit.

If it's at school, are they building another trailer?

Pissed Off said...

It is at school. Just about the right size for a classroom

My neighbors have their central air in the back

Anonymous said...

It's the foundation for the security guard booth that will NEVER be built now that Bloomberg cut the budgets..............

proofoflife said...

Lots of creative minds! It's probably an underground bunker to store assessments! We are running out of places to store all unnecessary, redundant exams!

Pissed Off said...

My original thought was guard house until I saw the same square in a corner of another high school where it would make no sense to put a guard house.

Besides, what does a high school need security for? Aren't kids and teachers expendable?