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Old 06-02-2009, 03:43 AM   #1
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“I guess what I like most about NY is that it feels like home to me. I was born here in 1977 and have lived here, on and off, my whole life. I feel very connected to NY. I love how much it has to offer, though it still feels small and cozy. There are so many amazing things to see here: incredible art, just about every film, amazing music, all kinds of interesting people. I like to ride my bike on the Hudson River . I like that I can walk my dog around two blocks and he meets about 20 other dogs to play with. I like that I can get a turkey sandwich at 4 in the morning if I want to. A beautiful night out in NYC can be any night because anything can happen. It is spontaneous and surprises you all the time.”

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Old 06-02-2009, 05:03 AM   #2
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“I guess what I like most about NY is that it feels like home to me. I was born here in 1977 and have lived here, on and off, my whole life.
Oh. I thought you were born a poor Black child.
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Old 06-02-2009, 05:27 AM   #3
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Since when is NY small and cozy? I hope you don't mean NYC?
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Old 06-02-2009, 05:32 AM   #4
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I pity your lack of experience and narrow world view. You need to escape the womb of urban life and learn to really earn your way.
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Old 06-02-2009, 06:27 AM   #5
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Excellent. Stay there.
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been there myself a time or two, wonderful place. Upstate is even nicer, like here except everyone talks funny and you call foothills mountains.

I would personally recomend you not ride your bike on the Hudson or any other large bodies of water unless of course it's well and truly frozen solid.
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Since when is NY small and cozy? I hope you don't mean NYC?
I think he means "small and cozy" in the "nameless masses" sense of the word. NYC is cozy compared to, say... Bombay (or is it Mumbai, now? I always get that one messed up. Aargh!)
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I think he means "small and cozy" in the "nameless masses" sense of the word. NYC is cozy compared to, say... Bombay (or is it Mumbai, now? I always get that one messed up. Aargh!)
Really? I always think of "small and cozy" as being a euphemism for "crushed together like sardines". Good if it's you and Jessica Jane Clement. Not so good if it's you and Leon the Cabbie.
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Really? I always think of "small and cozy" as being a euphemism for "crushed together like sardines". Good if it's you and Jessica Jane Clement. Not so good if it's you and Leon the Cabbie.
Not so good if it's you and Leon... unless...
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Not so good if it's you and Leon... unless...
Sorry Doc, I'm definitely the trogloditic Jessica Jane Clement kind of guy. Now that greekish sarnali2 guy on the other hand......
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