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Entries from January 24th, 2005

C You Later

January 24th, 2005 · Comments Off on C You Later · NYC, Subway

As I’ve mentioned earlier, the MTA, in the interest of security, is considering banning photography by the public anywhere on MTA facilities. We can’t have people taping videos on the trains, or taking snapshots on the platforms, because apparently this is a huge risk. Meanwhile, yesterday night, some homeless person, in an attempt to seek […]

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On the road again

January 21st, 2005 · Comments Off on On the road again · Sundry

Now that I’ve finally managed to secure a replacement Social Security card just in time for Social Security to be dismantled, I might as well use it to get a current New York State driver’s license. While I was an international fugitive living abroad in Bermuda for five years, my New York state driver’s license […]

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Please, no bye bye!

January 20th, 2005 · Comments Off on Please, no bye bye! · Sundry

The Winter Garden here at the World Financial Center where I work has basically turned into a day care center during the afternoon. It’s a fairly large, enclosed public space where New York City nannies can congregate and let the little ones scream and run amok, which is key during the colder months. So I […]

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Uncle Nick’s

January 19th, 2005 · Comments Off on Uncle Nick’s · Dining, Reviews

Over the weekend, Conny View definition in a new window and I made it to Uncle Nick’s for the monthly Nosuch dining experience. Uncle Nick’s is a Greek restaurant on 9th Avenue in Hell’s Kitchen. While I typically had slightly more upscale establishments in mind for the Nosuch dining experience, we decided that the type of cuisine was sufficiently novel to […]

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Making Noise For Two

January 18th, 2005 · Comments Off on Making Noise For Two · Gaming, Xbox

Many Xbox Live games allow you to let a friend or three join in on the fun. The game will split the screen for 2 (or sometimes 3 or 4) people, and you can all share one Xbox Live account and join in other games. One drawback to doing this, besides having to share a […]

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