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Behind a two-story brick house in the Bronx there is a 12-foot tall replica of the twin towers. It was built by the home's owner, MTA mechanic Matthew Galcik, out of floormats and plywood, with 12,000 holes in the front and sides so that the fluorescent bulbs inside light the towers up at night. The antenna on the north tower, which also lights up by night, is a golf club. Is this the most unusual tribute we'll see this week? [NYDN]