We’re sure the city had only the best intentions when it came to these ‘If you or someone you know is being abused call 311′ campaign, but is that the really the right message to send? If someone is smacking the shit of you, it might make more sense to bypass the number people use to call in complaints about noise, potholes, and dog doo on their sidewalks, and instead trade that 3 for a 9 and get their asses sent to Rikers ASAP. Unconvinced? Go to the 311 website and see for yourself:

311 is New York City’s phone number for government information and non-emergency services.

So next time you’re being battered and thrown like a rag doll, make sure its a ‘non-emergency’ before you call.



We’re sure the city had only the best intentions when it came to these ‘If you or someone you know is being abused call 311′ campaign, but is that the really the right message to send? If someone is smacking the shit of you, it might make more sense to bypass the number people use to call in complaints about noise, potholes, and dog doo on their sidewalks, and instead trade that 3 for a 9 and get their asses sent to Rikers ASAP. Unconvinced? Go to the 311 website and see for yourself:

311 is New York City’s phone number for government information and non-emergency services.

So next time you’re being battered and thrown like a rag doll, make sure its a ‘non-emergency’ before you call.