The Brooklyn Bridge was opened to the public 125 years ago on 24th May; since a large part of the commuters using the bridge are MOTs, it’s time to say “Thanks!” and “Happy Birthday!”. (Just consider what it would look like if all the Chasidim working at B&H had to swim across the East River.)

For all of you that cannot participate in the five-day festivities celebrating the Brooklyn Bridge’s birthday, all it takes is a printer, paper, scissors, glue, sparklers, and this, and you’ll be set.

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