The sneaky state of New Jersey has quietly made its way into a storefront on the Upper West Side; opening a pop-up tourism store on West 73rd and Columbus that is suspiciously devoid of Bon Jovi, the Boss, scrunchies and mall references.

At least one neighborhood local is horrified by the invasion, questioning if it's worse than a Chase bank. They report back from the scene, telling us that the storefront that used to house an "elegant art-deco poster gallery... now looms a diorama-style ad to visit New Jersey this fall... replete with bales of hay, corn stalks, wagon wheels, pumpkins."

Nature, disgusting!