I still can't figure out how the mayor bought himself a third term. I thought the law was the law. I'm less prejudiced when I go into the city than when I'm out here in the burbs. I guess it's the shared experience and the magnificence of the immense buildings. I haven't been to the city since last year when my old friend had an art opening in Chelsea. He got one of his paintings in a small co-op gallery. He backed off of that- basically you just pay a lot of money to have Manhattan exposure to your art, and a huge ordeal to go into the city. He took his wife and kids out of North Jersey for the calmer and more affordable life in south Jersey.
New Yorkers think they're the most sophistocated people on the planet.
That thing they say about the beautiful women in the city is true, but some of them will give you a dirty look if you stare at them hahahhahah
I have a neice that lives in Manhattan, I think she and her generic hipster boyfriend are pretty liberal. You would almost have to be liberal to live in the city.
I don't think she's talking to me, I wrote her a gag email and said that I was in Riker's Island. I told her I had come into the city to buy a few cases of vodka and 20 cartons of cigarettes but was arrested for having a 32 oz. big gulp.
Bloomy is another guy that would erase the second ammendment in a heartbeat.