They are the price we pay for our careless littering. Filth breeds filth, which was probably also Lynch's high school yearbook quote. Yet from the way he portrays the actual littering New Yorkers as disgusting and ignorant, it becomes clear that we should be rooting for these rat butts. In Lynch's world, the people are the true rodents. New Yorkers walk around spitting, sneezing, and throwing around garbage like their city isn't filling its yearly cesspool quote on its own. The advert's titled "We Care About New York," but who's the "they" in that scenario?
New York City Department of Sanitation
We're pretty sure Lynch is siding with the rats on this one.
Better question: Who's the torch dude on the right? What's his story? Why is he waving around a lit torch at a biker hoedown? Does he have an audition for an off-Broadway musical about the Statue of Liberty after this? We'll never know. They all got eaten alive by rat butts.
Manna has a Twitter or something.
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