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post #4726 of 6607
I'll just Billy Zane it and grab the nearest urchin to jump the queue.

lefty
post #4727 of 6607

Any suggestions for a relaxed juice/tea bar (e.g., quiet, couches) convenient to the 1/2/3 line in West Village, Chelsea, or similar area? Thanks!


Edited by JackFlash - 11/15/13 at 6:41am
post #4728 of 6607
interesting train ride this morning. For starters, running a train every 7 minutes on a very busy line doesn't work. Thanks, MTA. Then, I caught a break as they announced they're going to skip two stops and the next stop would be mine. Convenient. Skip one. Skip two. Skip THREE. Dumbass conductor. We arrive at the wrong station, yet the conductor announces transfers as if it was the station he skipped.
post #4729 of 6607
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Originally Posted by gomestar View Post

interesting train ride this morning. For starters, running a train every 7 minutes on a very busy line doesn't work. Thanks, MTA. Then, I caught a break as they announced they're going to skip two stops and the next stop would be mine. Convenient. Skip one. Skip two. Skip THREE. Dumbass conductor. We arrive at the wrong station, yet the conductor announces transfers as if it was the station he skipped.

He's earning that pension.
post #4730 of 6607
I am at a coffee shop right now doing some work. This guy comes in asking people for money. He comes up to me and asks me for some change. I said, "No, sorry" and get back to work. He just stands staring at me. He asks for a dollar now, "No, sorry" I respond. He just stands there staring at me really close for about 20 seconds. I ignored him and posted here immediately. Hopefully, with the latest goings on the city he doesn't come back and blow my brains out. If he does at least it is well documented here. Farewell, (maybe?)
post #4731 of 6607
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

I am at a coffee shop right now doing some work. This guy comes in asking people for money. He comes up to me and asks me for some change. I said, "No, sorry" and get back to work. He just stands staring at me. He asks for a dollar now, "No, sorry" I respond. He just stands there staring at me really close for about 20 seconds. I ignored him and posted here immediately. Hopefully, with the latest goings on the city he doesn't come back and blow my brains out. If he does at least it is well documented here. Farewell, (maybe?)

Since you're not on Twitter or any online discussion fora, I think you're safe.
http://www.npr.org/blogs/thetwo-way/2013/11/15/245458444/study-odds-of-being-murdered-closely-tied-to-social-networks
post #4732 of 6607
It doesn't mean you're immune to murder. Just less likely
post #4733 of 6607
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Since you're not on Twitter or any online discussion fora, I think you're safe.

i'm sure if he was on twitter he'd put a link to his profile in his StyleForvm signature.
post #4734 of 6607
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It doesn't mean you're immune to murder. Just less likely
You think?
post #4735 of 6607
Correlation does not equal causation. There's most likely another variable at play that causes the outcome.
post #4736 of 6607
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

I am at a coffee shop right now doing some work. This guy comes in asking people for money. He comes up to me and asks me for some change. I said, "No, sorry" and get back to work. He just stands staring at me. He asks for a dollar now, "No, sorry" I respond. He just stands there staring at me really close for about 20 seconds. I ignored him and posted here immediately. Hopefully, with the latest goings on the city he doesn't come back and blow my brains out. If he does at least it is well documented here. Farewell, (maybe?)

So don't keep us in suspense, did he come back and blow your brains out or not?
post #4737 of 6607
Oh, he blew. Just not his brains.
post #4738 of 6607
need a restaurant suggestion (quick bite, martinis available) for the area around the upper 40's and 10th-11th avenues.

halp!!
post #4739 of 6607
Thread Starter 
Seems like there's a lot more beggars on the streets. Is this a DeBlasio prelude?
post #4740 of 6607
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Seems like there's a lot more beggars on the streets. Is this a DeBlasio prelude?

I hear he'll be handing out some kind of free breakfast danish thing called a biallie.
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