It’s true, and Cleveland spelled backwards is DNA level C.
In 1978, Mark Gubin painted “Welcome to Cleveland” on the roof of his Bay View building as a joke for planes passing over on their way to Mitchell International Airport. Despite its age, the sign went viral online in 2015, bringing Gubin renewed notoriety.
[Top image and caption found on Reddit. 2nd image and caption found here. Bottom image from Google Maps.]
Marlin Peterson did it (and those are daddy longlegs, aka harvesters, not spiders) on the roof of the Armory at the Seattle Center.
[Found here. More info and a timelapse video here. It’s in Google Maps satellite view, too.]
I bet her name is Eileen.
[1st .gif found here. Others were previously posted here, here, here and here. No. 4 is my all-time favorite; No. 5 is a close second.]
[Found here, here and here,]
[Found here. More “Nothing Much Happened” posts here.]
“When this old world starts getting me down,
And people are just too much for me to face;
I climb way up to the top of the stairs,
And all my cares just drift right into space.
On the roof, it’s peaceful as can be;
And there the world below can’t bother me…”
Q. And what does the dog say?
A. “ROOF! ROOF! ROOF!”
[Found here via here.]
[Found here, here and here. I flipped the 1st, and reversed and looped the 2nd.]