On a bright and sunny day, Terry Bradshaw stood atop Mt. Washington clutching a Terrible Towel and a stone tablet. Inscribed on this tablet were 10 commandments that would deliver Pittsburgh from rust to riches.
As Bradshaw began to read the commandments aloud, the tablet slipped from his hands. Time stood still as the tablet neared the ground. Just when it appeared as though the Pittsburgh commandments would be lost forever, Franco swooped in, snagged the stone tablet and saved the day – again! And the tablet read:
Go forth and brag about the ‘Burgh. This is your city and everyone should know it!
Avoid the Parkway during rush hour and Route 28 at all times.
Be hospitable – take photos and ride the incline (again).
Kayak or paddleboard. Run or bike the trails. Just don’t drink the water.
Heinz Field, PNC Park, Consol or your friendly neighborhood sports bar.
Use the word jagoff (liberally), drink an Iron City, listen to some Donnie Iris and wear your love for this city on your sleeve (or back, or face).
That chair is there for a reason, you will be struck down for moving it.
It will snow in the winter. It will be hot in the summer. Deal with it.
Seriously, stop it! Get out from under your rock already. There is always something going on, and it usually includes food!
Most liveable, affordable, resilient, up and coming, smartest, etc, etc. Stay humble and stay hungry, Pittsburgh.
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