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How was the volume set?
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Curious, where do you bury everyone that isn't cremated? Surely not in the ground so I'm guessing in those drawer things whatever there called.
post #10443 of 11821
Cavalry Cemetery.
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Originally Posted by bradp View Post

How was the volume set?

Thankfully, it was on "pause"
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I'm working in the meatpacking district and there are a few restaurants, namely a FISH one, that leave their bags of wet, horrible smelling trash on the sidewalks that filter down to the cobble stone streets. The drainage is piss poor and it always smells like rotting fish and piss on my way to work. Lovely. #newyorklife
post #10446 of 11821
yeah, the sidewalks are gross right now. We need a downpour.
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need to figure out a way to turn off the "child custody dispute" alert on my work Blackberry.
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Main reason to have any guests take off their shoes at your home.
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I hope my guests don't jump in trash piles before visiting.
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Originally Posted by gomestar View Post

I've hosted more "gatherings" just this spring/summer than I did in 5 years on the UES. Don't know if it's a Williamsburg thing or a roof deck thing, or just me being more social.

Your drug-dealing neighbors are probably just more sociable than the primates of Park Ave.
post #10451 of 11821
they're consumers, not dealers.
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I can't distinguish between the tourist and the hipsters in Little Italy anymore.

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I can't distinguish between the tourist and the hipsters in Little Italy anymore.

No such thing in Manhattan.
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Yeah, about the time I noticed that 'Welcome to Little Italy' sign on Broome Street I began to wonder what became of all the Italians.
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Still a lot of old Italian ladies in rent-controlled apts - obviously less and less. But the neighborhood is now an Italian Disneyland over a couple blocks, yuppy land over a few more and an extension of Chinatown everywhere else.
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