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elbanditoroso's avatar

Is there a cause and effect connection between Ben Rothelsberger's retirement and the collapse of the Frick Park bridge in Pittsburgh?

Asked by elbanditoroso (31343points) January 28th, 2022

The demise of two western Pennsylvania much-loved icons…

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zenvelo's avatar

They are correlated, although causation is not demonstrated. Both were well past their functonal use, and never lived up to expectations.

To demonstrate more connection, the Frick park bridge would have to rape women.

kritiper's avatar

You’re kidding, right? Like the bridge cares about football, much less a specific team??

SEKA's avatar

Of course there is. If trump had still been in office, both situations would have turned out better or at least we would have had somebody on which to blame everything

janbb's avatar

The who and the what?

rebbel's avatar

It was a coincidence though that the bridge collapsed right before Biden would visit the city, talking about his infrastructure bill.

filmfann's avatar

The demise of two western Pennsylvania much-loved icons…
Maybe much loved in Pennsylvania. I am only vaguely aware of one.
Having a Steel Town bridge collapse is a bit on the nose.

Jonsblond's avatar

One word: Mothman

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