Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Sherita

Sherita, Sherita - what are you, exactly? You're selling fuel oil to landlords at the corner of Classon and Atlantic, or at least you once were, but that doesn't explain your appearance, now does it? Forgotten New York calls you a lipsticked dinosaur, but to me, you're more of a Dr. Seuss character, especially with that headgear. But whenever I have occasion to ride home on Atlantic Avenue, your pink visage warms my heart.

Question for readers - what the heck is Sherita?

13 comments:

  1. I always assumed she was a dinosaur and her character was referencing the source of 'fossil' fuels.

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  2. I always felt she was very Dr. Suess like too. I love that I think about something and then you somehow read my mind and put the question out there for the masses.

    Here's one for you: I hear that the awesome factory/brewery building on Franklin Ave has been bought and will be developed into something of a destination. And idea what it is??

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  3. I am sure everyone has electronics that they don’t us anymore or did an upgrade why keep the old stuff around when you can turn it in the CASH MONEY why keep unused electronics around sell it sell it sell it to crow hill jewelry and get cash today

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  4. CHJ--Could you please stop posting advertisements on every thread? You aren't making any friends.

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  5. everyone is my friend why would you say that dont you want to be my friend

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  6. This will undoubtedly come as a complete shock, but people may want to discuss things other than YOU; so how about getting some therapy for the narcissism and, in the meantime, find another way to advertise.

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  7. why dont you pay for me to advertise somewher else if nick has no problem with this why should you or anyone else have a problem that the problem with u you just dont know how to get along with others by the way i do get therapy from the people of crow hill

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  8. As a rule, I do not delete comments. This is first and foremost because I am lazy, and secondarily because I don't want to play the role of censor. In light of this rule, I think it's pretty clear that I do not endorse, condone, or support the views of all comments posted on this blog.

    Saying "nick has no problem with this" kind of misses the point. It would be more accurate to say "nick doesn't delete comments so I can continue to post whatever I please." Indeed, you can. That doesn't mean I find your comments relevant or useful, or that I have somehow deemed them worthy of appearance on this blog. It just means that this is an open forum. You are free to use your comments as advertisements for your shop (others do, though they don't usually curse out, insult, and berate potential customers), and the people who tell you that you are being irrelevant and obnoxious are free to do that as well.

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  9. LOL nick that was a great post! i love that pic.

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  10. I <3 Sherita! Ground Up has a great picture of her from when we were trying to get good ones for Built & Branded. Unfortunately it never made it in the book.

    I vote Dr.Seuss character as well.

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  11. sherita is a camel

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