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post #10576 of 11479
haven't had to use the word BAMF for a while, but that guy certainly deserves it.



also, shooter should be in jail for having a such a terrible shot.
post #10577 of 11479
anyone got a restaurant recommendation for east / west village, 4pm sat, 5 adults and 1 kid?
where are all you hipsters at these days.
post #10578 of 11479
The yips are not uncommon with those easy shots.
post #10579 of 11479
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anyone got a restaurant recommendation for east / west village, 4pm sat, 5 adults and 1 kid?
where are all you hipsters at these days.

If you can push off until 5pm-ish, da andrea on 13th street:

http://www.daandreanyc.com

(I'm no hipster.)
post #10580 of 11479
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My bad - it is possible that he walked into a Mount Sinai emergency center on the West Side (a few blocks from the incident) rather than across the park. Here is the story: http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/uptown/shots-fired-upper-west-side-diner-nypd-article-1.2294088?cid=bitly

BTW, how is your arm?
post #10581 of 11479
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Fact of Truth? Is this a sort of "For Great Justice" thing?

I think it's L'Inc's influence on pB.
post #10582 of 11479
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BTW, how is your arm?
. Thanks for asking. I have a bite-print constellation of scars, but it is otherwise healed. Not sure how long the scars will last or whether they will eventually go away. I also have a little subcutaneous scarring but that is no big deal. It kind of itched for a while but that has stopped and I can only feel them if I try. I assume those will get completely absorbed eventually. Even if nothing improves from where it is, it is no big deal as the scars don't impede anything.
post #10583 of 11479
Yesterday's weather was great. Yesterday's sunset on the walk home.

post #10584 of 11479
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BTW, how is your arm?
. Thanks for asking. I have a bite-print constellation of scars, but it is otherwise healed. Not sure how long the scars will last or whether they will eventually go away. I also have a little subcutaneous scarring but that is no big deal. It kind of itched for a while but that has stopped and I can only feel them if I try. I assume those will get completely absorbed eventually. Even if nothing improves from where it is, it is no big deal as the scars don't impede anything.

These are the very best kind of scars to have. I advise you to make the story as thrilling as possible. I got one of my more prominent scars from, of all things, a cardboard box. IIRC, the last version of the story I told involved a small child and either a small shark or a large barracuda.
post #10585 of 11479
I'm sure you guys are hating it but I think it's an absolutely beautiful day here in the big city. Feels like summer.

But you know what is a travesty??? This "fresh" rosted corn. How on earth can it be over cooked and cold at the same time??? Oh well, at least the salt and butter had some flavor.
post #10586 of 11479
Thread Starter 
you should have yourself voluntarily committed.
post #10587 of 11479
meanwhile, 4,000 people figured 'fuck it, whatever dumb heat' and did the NYC Triathlon.
post #10588 of 11479
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you should have yourself voluntarily committed.

Yes, probably for many things. In this instance for eating the "street corn" or walking 20 blocks in a three piece suit?
post #10589 of 11479
Call a cab and go to a restaurant ya cheap fuck.
post #10590 of 11479
Thread Starter 
I did not wear a jacket today. First time I have ever done that in my professional life.
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