Hundreds of cars gleam in the sun, neatly slotted in the parking lot grid, an enormous keyboard waiting to be struck. A black and orange Shelby GT rumbles in, the timpani taking its place. A silver Prius takes up position alongside it. A 2008 Dodge Durango chirps out a single staccato note as its driver walks away.
If you've taken the subway in any big city after a night out, you've probably had to fight the urge to drift off. Sadly for you, subways are not the best bedrooms. However, the thoughtful folks at Improv Everywhere are trying to make late-night travel more of a sweet dream.
The flashmobbing guerrilla improvers at Improv Everyhwere successfully convinced 3,500 New Yorkers to ride the city's grimy subways without pants last week for their 10th annual "No Pants Subway Ride."