It runs between Queen Street and Richmond, east-west between Augusta and Spadina.
If you have never seen it but watch the Rick Mercer Show, then you HAVE seen it - that's where he films his 'rants'.
But there was another piece of graffiti I spotted the other day - not sure if it's still there, nor could I stop to take a picture of it.
That's because it is - or was - on a road sign over the 401 westbound, indicating the turn-off for Yonge Street and Bayview Avenue.
It wasn't a political statement, at least not in the sense of expressing anything in words.
An out-of-towner looking for Yonge Street or Bayview Avenue might have missed his turn.
An 'Alert Reader' - as I have said before, Dave Barry isn't the only one - sent this photo of the sign, taken (as it was promised) by a passenger.
It isn't very clear, and the graffiti seems less distinct here than I remember; perhaps the rain washed some of it off?
In any event, the first immediate and obvious question - how the heck did the perpetrators get up there?
Clearly, they didn't park a truck with a cherry picker in the middle of the highway. 24-7, there's too much traffic on that road to attempt that.
I figure they must have somehow scaled the gantry, crawled across to the sign, and worked their spray-can magic.
Massively and stupidly dangerous, and - you would think - with a strong chance of getting caught.
The second obvious question - all to what point?
Just to make people like me wonder how the heck they DID do it?
If so, mission accomplished...