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post #1246 of 1736
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incorrect. It is not considered creeping if the objects in discussion could also serve as air traffic control signals.

You get spoiled/passé in these subways but with the summer creeping in its summer dress/thin tanktop time! I'll be on the L train and think "damn that girl is cute" then realize oh gosh she's not just cute she's drop dead gorgeous and nekkid bewbs falling out of dresses/tank tops galore not from just normal girls but really pretty girls. Its enough reason to keep your sunglasses on even in the train.

basically its impossible not be a creep and leer when summer hits the NYC public transport system.
post #1247 of 1736
yep. And god bless the breezy tunnels and long escalators.
post #1248 of 1736
you people disgust me.

nice tits though, in fairness.
post #1249 of 1736
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yep. And god bless the breezy tunnels and long escalators.

Why is it that it only takes one day of somewhat warm weather to make the 51st street 6 platform 100 degrees?
post #1250 of 1736
were you there to get grilled cheese from Melt Shop? Because that's what I did today.
post #1251 of 1736
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No I was picking up shoes for a resole at B. Nelson that weren't ready yet. Fucking pissed me off. My fault though, I can't remember a time my shoes were ready when they told me.
post #1252 of 1736
shoot me a note when you go to pick them up again
post #1253 of 1736
it's hard for me to understand why the MTA doesn't realize that ridership changes according to the weather, and it would be wise for them to adjust accordingly.
post #1254 of 1736
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shoot me a note when you go to pick them up again

Will do. Maybe tomorrow, but I might have to go to a doctor or something for my thumb (pissed off thread).
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it's hard for me to understand why the MTA doesn't realize that ridership changes according to the weather, and it would be wise for them to adjust accordingly.

Seriously. Also, it was like 100 degrees on the train this morning.
post #1255 of 1736
i'm out of town tomorrow anyways.
post #1256 of 1736
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frown.gif
post #1257 of 1736
B-school interview, 'tis what I gotta do.
post #1258 of 1736
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Where do you want to go?
post #1259 of 1736
idk, I was figuring applications for next year. But I threw in 2 b-school apps this year anyways, both Ivies (one upper half, one lower half), got interviews at both and dinged at one and I fully expect to be dinged again, but the results are encouraging. I need to up the GMAT a tad, maybe wrangle one of my friends from some non current job work experience, and then we'll see where it goes.
post #1260 of 1736
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Thats awesome. I'd love to go to columbia...
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