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Dude, give me a break. I've had very little time to edit the hundreds of photos I took. Since coming back from NY we've closed on a home, moved, done some remodeling, etc. All while working 50-60 hours/week and taking some courses.

And agonizing over fake ebay deercalf leathersatchelbag whatevers...

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We didn't purchase anything. Ed was a sneaky bastard, but I snapped a pic of him snapping a pic of my wife's rack, so we're even.

Does this mean that if ed had fondled said rack and you'd simultaneously groped him, you'd be even?
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And agonizing over fake ebay deercalf leathersatchelbag whatevers...



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Does this mean that if ed had fondled said rack and you'd simultaneously groped him, you'd be even?

I think ed has bigger tits, so I might be the winner there.
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moo if you're in town be sure to go to the sf garage sale tomorrow....
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moo if you're in town be sure to go to the sf garage sale tomorrow....

dude. you're not even going...
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moo if you're in town be sure to go to the sf garage sale tomorrow....

Not in town...
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dude. you're not even going...

I'm on buying hiatus. Can I still get an invite? Any sellers willing to take donations to their table?

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Not in town...

....What's your size?
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....What's your size?

I h8 u
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NY'ers: Looking for recs for places with good tapas that don't break the bank.

Been to a few such as Alta, Socarrat (paella place but had pretty good tapas), Ayza. Planning to check out Sala 19 at some point. Please recommend more.
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bump.

 

going to NY in June. Staying just West of Central Park. Where's good to eat/drink/shop.

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bump.

going to NY in June. Staying just West of Central Park. Where's good to eat/drink/shop.

CP is 2.5 miles long. Near Columbus Circle (59th) or ~Harlem (110th)? 10 gazillion good food options in NYC at all price levels.

For shopping, infinity stuff within 10 blocks south of the park (Rock Center area, Saks, 57th St, Bergdorf), and within a few blocks east of it (~Madison 50th-70th various luxury boutiques, Bloomingdales 59th & Lex).
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CP is 2.5 miles long. Near Columbus Circle (59th) or ~Harlem (110th)? 10 gazillion good food options in NYC at all price levels.

For shopping, infinity stuff within 10 blocks south of the park (Rock Center area, Saks, 57th St, Bergdorf), and within a few blocks east of it (~Madison 50th-70th various luxury boutiques, Bloomingdales 59th & Lex).

 

Staying near Harlem at 102nd.

 

Last time I was there I got some shopping done near Rock Center, as well as NoHo and I think 32nd Street.

Are there any food places or beer gardens that you would suggest not missing at all?

From street food to cheapish ($30)

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There's a McDonalds near 104th and Broadway. You're welcome.
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There's a McDonalds near 104th and Broadway. You're welcome.

 

I hate how often I actually end up at a McDonalds in a random city when everywhere else is closed.

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If you are in NYC...stop by Paul Stuart....
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http://www.davidbouley.com/bouley-main/bouley-menus/bouley-lunch-menu/

This place does an incredible 5 course lunch. It's $55, but the food and service are top-notch. Really a helluva deal. It would cost 2X that for dinner - easy.
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