Well, it does beat graffiti…
A joint effort by the New-York Historical Society and the Metropolitan Transportation Authority is being characterized as the “Snowflake Preservation Society” after it was announced Saturday that the entities will work “to preserve the impromptu ‘Subway Therapy’ installations popping up in subway stations throughout the city,” according to NBC New York.
Subway Therapy consists of spontaneous “messages of hope” written on Post-it notes stuck on the walls of New York City’s subway stations.
…and the post-election messages that are certain to buoy first lady Michelle Obama’s feelings of hopelessness will soon be permanent.
— NBC News (@NBCNews) December 16, 2016
The reaction on social media was summed up well by one user who described the matter as “safe space lunacy run amok.”
Here’s a sampling of responses from Twitter:
— Retired! (@DoctorKOH) December 18, 2016
— Traci Mosby (@3puppies4kids) December 16, 2016
— Lance ?️? (@LanceStrasser) December 16, 2016
— Todd (@ptindpls) December 16, 2016
— There Alallah (@The_true_Allah) December 16, 2016
— Captain Smirk (@NoWayGray) December 16, 2016
This is exactly why those New Yorkers will be say President Trump come January 20th. It’s actually perfect.
— Astro?Zombie (@proudusafan) December 18, 2016
— Jeff Balliew (@jlballiew1) December 16, 2016
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