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post #6871 of 8218
one of my old bosses lived in Princeton too. And then her office got moved to LIC.


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post #6872 of 8218
as of about 11 PM last night, when we dropped off the U-Haul, I am now a Brooklyn resident. Le sigh, but the space is nice.
post #6873 of 8218
anyone that complains about today's morning weather needs to have his scrotum accupunctured.
post #6874 of 8218
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Originally Posted by gomestar View Post

as of about 11 PM last night, when we dropped off the U-Haul, I am now a Brooklyn resident. Le sigh, but the space is nice.

Never knew that people with full time jobs lived in Brooklyn, you learn something new everyday.
post #6875 of 8218
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anyone that complains about today's morning weather needs to have his scrotum accupunctured.

It's been freezing the past few days in the mornings and evenings. I'm glad I didn't put a 13 oz suit in storage.
post #6876 of 8218
Subway platforms are still like saunas.
post #6877 of 8218
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

My boss lives in Princeton. I think he's nuts for such a commute. What's worse is he's on the verge of retirement so he's outta the office at like 3:50pm. Shit will be going on and somebody will need him for something and the fucker is on a train taking 1.5 hours back home. Really pisses me off actually.
I come in to the city from Princeton a probably an average of once a week, maybe a little less than that. I don't mind that frequency, but I don't think I could do it every day.
post #6878 of 8218
This idiot has been doing it for like 25 years.
post #6879 of 8218
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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post

Never knew that people with full time jobs lived in Brooklyn, you learn something new everyday.

I don't really understand this comment.
post #6880 of 8218
I believe he's saying that Brooklyn is full of part-time-job hipsters.
post #6881 of 8218
Yes, but now they have multiple part-time jobs.
post #6882 of 8218
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Originally Posted by gomestar View Post

as of about 11 PM last night, when we dropped off the U-Haul, I am now a Brooklyn resident. Le sigh, but the space is nice.

Excellent, congrats !!  Did you guys drink a little champagne in mason jars?

post #6883 of 8218
I'm wondering whether there's a line in the lease requiring the use of Edison bulbs.
post #6884 of 8218
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Quote:
Originally Posted by gomestar View Post

as of about 11 PM last night, when we dropped off the U-Haul, I am now a Brooklyn resident. Le sigh, but the space is nice.
Excellent, congrats !!  Did you guys drink a little champagne in mason jars?

I can't decide on an artisan.
post #6885 of 8218
Congrats Gome.

Now you need to take on an obscure, victorian era, hobby.
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