The Williamsburg Bridge Is Covered in Broccoli

NETANYA, ISRAEL - FEBRUARY 22: Freshly harvested broccoli are on sale in the local produce market February 22, 2006 in Netanya in central Israel. Fresh locally-grown vegetables, a source of antioxidants according to the American Heart Association, feature regularly in meals in Mediterranean countries. The Mediterranean diet, a term used to broadly describe the eating habits of the people of the region, is widely believed to be responsible for the low rates of chronic heart disease in the populations of the 16 countries bordering the Mediterranean Sea. (Photo by David Silverman/Getty Images) Photo: David Silverman/2006 Getty Images

Thanks to an accident this morning involving a truck full of the produce. Rush hour traffic is supposedly to blame. But, young adults of Williamsburg, can you be absolutely sure this wasn't a subtle reminder from your mothers to eat more leafy green veggies along with all that beer and takeout?