One: This is the cat that lives in the window of a plant shop on 6th Avenue in the high twenties. He's been there for at least a couple of years. Usually he's just chillin like this in the window. It's not a normal plant store where he lives, more like a store that has been overrun by plants. If this picture weren't so all cat/no store then maybe my point would be clearer.
Two: There is a new piece of art temporarily residing at Rockefeller Center and it is called "What My Daddy Gave Me" by Chris Burden and it is a 65 foot tall erector set tower. And this is the real deal 1950's metal erector stuff, extremely imposing and impressive. So delicate yet so sturdy. I wonder why it doesn't collapse under its on weight? Probably some infrastructure tricks. Also, I wonder how much it weighs.
Three: After admiring the tower I passed through Rockefeller Center and saw this gathering of real estate people congratulating each other on being so awesome down in the area that's the ice rink during the winter. Are you ready to see a LOT of lobster?
Then check this out! (you're going to have to click)
Four: Walking down 86th Street last week I saw the most beautiful thing that there is to see in the world: A new taco truck! And just blocks from the stake center?! I could not resist investigating! One taco al pastor, please!
Oh no. Oh dear. Taco Truck dreams dashed. Can you spot at least 4 things wrong with this taco al pastor? I mean, can you spot 4 things that I would consider wrong with this taco?
Five: This is me in a hat.
Six: 116th Street by Dusk.
Seven: 116th Street by night.
Eight: This is Lucifer, the superhero Ace invented. His powers are that he's a foot taller than the Hulk, he breaths fire, has horns, and kills people. His weakness is that after he defeats the Hulk, he dies.
Nine: Pop Quiz! (possibly easier than the taco question) Do you think I went into this store to have a look around?
Ten: This is a cheeseburger I made last week. It's a blue cheese cheeseburger that I made by mixing the blue cheese in with the meat before frying. Then I topped it with more cheese and some bacon (not pictured) and then soaked the bun with hot wing sauce. Served it with a side of frogs on a logs. Success!
Eleven: New York is so awesome because it's just a big neighborhood.