One day, many moons from now, you'll regale your grandchildren with stories of a mysterious land known as "North Williamsburg," a place you once frequented for brunch and reclaimed doorknobs and nothing else before the MTA shut down L train service between Brooklyn and Manhattan and you never went there again.
As Gothamist reported yesterday, the MTA is considering terminating L train service between Brooklyn and Manhattan in late 2017 to repair the Canarsie tube, which was damaged during Hurricane Sandy. This repair could apparently take up to three years to complete (or at the very least, one). Understandably, most people do not love this news. Others are pretty okay with it and who still even goes to Brooklyn anyway, right? Hello? Here are the best reactions from Twitter:
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