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May 13, 2013

IF YOU CAN MAKE IT THERE

...you can ride the New York City subway!

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)

Centuries ago, this blog commuted from the Bronx to Manhattan and back every day on the Lexington Avenue IRT, and saw more than one person use the train -- which for the record is not a toilet -- as a toilet.

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I believe (hope, pray) that the first guy was headed to the Coney Island Mermaid Parade. I've seen people eat all kinds of things on the subway, but the crabs are a new one. I have also, unfortunately, seen the subway used as a toilet.

Just don't drink a Big Gulp, smoke or eat french fries. Blow up the bridges and tunnels, build a tall wall everywhere else. The rest of the country might survive.

hilarious.

*avoids the #2 line*

"Centuries ago, this blog commuted from the Bronx to Manhattan..."

I went from Pelham Parkway to 42nd St, doing the crossword puzzle in the Herald Tribune. Centuries ago.

Centuries ago this blogger visited Newark and subsequently refused to cross the bridge. To this day.

It could be worse than the #7.

Take the A Train.

Mind the Crap

Taxi!!

Where's Travis Bickle when you need him?

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