Boston may still be reeling from yesterday’s bombings, but there’s no doubt that Bostonians’ spirits are as strong as ever.
Dorchester-based IBEW Local 103 is sending a message to whoever is responsible for what happened:
This is the Local 103 Billboard in #Boston. Just called and they confirmed it's legit. http://t.co/lOMMMBmmuq
— Steve Annear (@steveannear) April 16, 2013
THIS billboard outside Boston today! ==> pic.twitter.com/M7Q5AWQD5y
— Sean Parnell (@SeanParnellUSA) April 16, 2013
"@RCham220: Great billboard on 93 South at #IBEW103 "Cowards" on a purple background. Yup." Well done, boys. Well done. #fb
— Moe Palmer (@moepalmer) April 16, 2013
IBEW Local 103's 'Cowards' billboard over Boston this morning! Perfect! http://t.co/OrX7hIMbkZ
— Dr. Joseph Santoro (@Joseph_Santoro) April 16, 2013
just saw the "cowards" billboard out by 103…#dontmesswithboston
— khaleesi (@burberry_bur) April 16, 2013
Union Local 103 with just one word on their Expressway electronic billboard. Bravo! http://t.co/QYvQNvWQsY
— Dale Arnold (@DaleEArnold) April 16, 2013
It’s not often that we find ourselves in agreement with a labor union, but credit ought to be given where it’s due. Good on them.
Editor’s note: The title of this post has been updated to correct a typo.
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