Peeling Off 20 Years Worth of Subway Ads Twitter surfaces some of the strangest things. Behold, the original movie poster for Road Trip emerging like Han Solo from carbonite. 20 years of subway ads, rail dust and grime. Someone peeled off 20 years worth of subway ads to reveal this Road Trip poster circa 2000. The past is never dead, it’s not even past. pic.twitter.com/E4DHH0tcce— Darius Rafieyan (@dariusrafieyan) August 26, 2019 Subscribe to the blog Join my email list and receive dispatches from the blog automatically. New subscribers receive a FREE $50 hosting credit at DigitalOcean. Name Email address: Delivery Frequency Daily Weekly Leave this field empty if you're human: Like this:Like Loading... Post date August 27, 2019 Posted in Film & Video, Notes Tagged with Comedy, Film, MTA, NYC, NYCT, Road Trip, Subway, Twitter Previous post: KFC is Going Beyond Fried Chicken in Atlanta Next post: KFC Sells Out of Plant-Based ‘Chicken’ in Atlanta Leave a Reply Cancel replyComment Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.