It’s an election year, and all of Team Gahan’s campaign-finance-enhancement construction projects are behind schedule, so the whip is coming down. Crews are rushing to complete various beak-wetting bonanzas as the rest of us scratch our heads and recall those two forgotten words in Gahanist lore: quality control.
Many people have asked what became of Fork in the Road, the sculpture removed by Gahan’s mercenary thugs in the run-up to unnecessary Market Street beautification.
The city has not commented on the whereabouts of the Fork (and cheese) in the Road. What we’ll get instead of a unique, iconic locally produced sculpture is an HWC IKEA ceremonial gate that looks like every other such Disney-fried atrocity in every other place where money-grubbing politicians farm art to aesthetic assassins — like HWC.
Next: Gahan’s beloved Dogs Playing Donor — I mean, poker.