From New York Racked, February 24:
There Are Super-Naked Supermodels Superimposed on Fifth Avenue Right Now
If you've strolled down Fifth Avenue lately, you may have noticed some impressively large signage. Just before you hit 54th Street, Coach's massive wraparound advertisement designates its future flagship at 685 Fifth Avenue, signaling the brand's aim to be viewed as more upscale. The ad starts on Fifth Avenue and stretches to the middle of 54th Street, advising passersby of its fall 2016 opening.
But no one's going to blame you for missing all of this because you're too busy looking back at the three super-naked supermodels right next door (shown above). Gigi Hadid, Lily Aldridge, and Joan Smalls are fronting the construction facade of the future Stuart Weitzman at 675 Fifth Avenue, which dedicated fashion fans will recognize this as the brand's spring 2016 statuesque ad campaign titled "Nearly Nude."
|Sorry, I pixelated the good parts. But the original link is above.|
Gigi Hadid's father is Palestinian Arab - but that is not why I am bringing this up.
The signs are about 4 stories tall, which is about 40 feet (12 meters.)
The two Hamas tunnels that Israel discovered in recent weeks are about 30 meters deep.
So imagine two and a half sets of these super-nude supermodels, stacked up one above the other - the height of a ten story building.
That's how deep these Hamas terror tunnels are.
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