Wednesday, July 18, 2007

Never A Dull Moment In New York City

This is a picture (taken off the AP wire) of the steam-pipe explosion that's currently making everyone in Midtown Manhattan's life so full, rich, and interesting. This is happening about three blocks from my office and, believe me, I'm super-jazzed that I chose not to work late tonight. Anyway, Girlfriend and I have decided that this is all probably Phase 1 of the alien invasion that will eventually enslave all of humanity, so... you know... we might all want to stock up on guns and liquor before the pods starting spilling out of the ground.

Just sayin'.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

It looks to like maybe the Aliens are trying to blow up all the short busses before visiting. Just observin' and sayin'.

8:31 PM  
Blogger dmbmeg said...

Did you see all the cancer flying around? I was so ready to go for a walk to see this shit. It's awesome.

God I love New York.

10:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

New York IS GREAT!!!

It happened on the West side of 41st and Lexington Ave. I was like a block away in the office. At first I thought it was thunder, but it just kept going for like over 20 minutes it seemed, and it was very very loud.

Very scary, the NYPD says it was not terrorism. They say it was a steam explosion. Smoke and steam went up over the 45th floor. There was no black smoke like a fire though. People were running down Lexington. It was pretty scary, I was positive while in the area that it was terrorism.

It happened right around the corner from one of the biggest creators of traffic congestion in NYC.

Will Mayor Bloomberg do anything about Park Ave. being blocked off at 42nd street?

I think Mayor Nanny Bloomie is a very arrogant man. I also highly doubt he rides the subway that much. He's the mayor, I want someone driving him around so he can work and make calls and stuff. New Yorkers shouldn't want him wasting all that time on the subway.

We all have to wonder what Bloomberg is really thinking of with this congestion pricing tax scheme. Maybe he mostly just wants a new tax. Just wrap it up in ‘concern for the environment’, and then people can just demonize those who oppose it.

If he cares so much about traffic jams, congestion and air pollution, why does he let Park Avenue be blocked off? Why doesn’t he do anything about that?

It's true, Pershing Square Restaurant blocks Park Avenue going South at 42nd St. for about 12 hours a day/5 months of the year! This Causes Massive Congestion and Air Pollution!

But apparently it does not bother NYC’s Nanny-in-Chief Mike “Congestion Pricing Tax” Bloomberg?

It certainly supports his claim that the city is hugely congested.

Check out the map! Tell your friends!

Check it out!



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