Is this “Biohazard – Infectious Waste Removal” van for real? As it’s parked at Universal City (home of the Universal Studios Hollywood film studio and theme park), possibly not… and that’s a shame ‘cuz boy oh boy do we ever need a fleet of these suckas, stat!
OK, so parking one of these bad boys in your driveway might not exactly endear you to your neighbors and/or the HOA but who cares? According to the colorful decals affixed to its flanks, this wilder van can handle a smorgasbord of threats from flammable gas (is there any other kind?) to “radioactive materials” to poison gas and more. Sorry COVID-19, you’re way outta your league. (images via Felix Englehardt)
So lemme get this straight: the contents of a trash bin emblazoned with the alien-esque biohazard symbol is “NOT TRASH”? Well, what is it then? Referring to the old nostrum “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure,” we surmise that something of value must lie within. That would explain the “Contains No Money Or Drugs” advisory on our lead item. (image via Listener42)
Those eggheads at MIT should know what they’re doing, right? And when they’re doing it, they don’t take half-measures… one would assume. Thus we find this bio-haphazardly labeled storage space more than a tad worrisome. Is it biohazardous, or has the door merely seen better days? We’re guessing… both? Just to frame things chronologically, the photo dates from 2015 while the “Clonebots” sticker can be traced back to 2008. (image via Cory Doctorow)
The movie “Moscow On The Hudson” wasn’t very scary. “Biohazard On The Hudson,” on the other hand, would make a great title for a future film about New York City’s epic battle against the coronavirus. Presently, however, we’re already scared about biohazard materials being “tucked away” in decrepit self-storage lockers. Worst episode of Storage Wars EVAR! (image via j-No)
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