Halal food street vendors work together to cook a lunchtime meal for this businessman. #halalfood #city #6thave #avenueoftheamricas #suits #own #alittileplaceinmymind #8/20/2012
I’ll call it “Tricab” #unionsquare #14thstreet #yellowcab #strandbooks #crosswalk #own #alittleplaceinmymind #8/23/2012
For some odd reason, I woke up from a dream that involved be cradling Dobby in my hands, new-born-baby-style.
One of my favorite shows. Some people may consider Family Guy as inappropriate, but I admire how it openly and carelessly makes fun of the flaws of American society. I know, I know. Some may say that it goes too far, making a joke of things as sensitive as cancer. But, I think Family Guy just drags out all of the things, we as humans think of but do not dare to say it. After all, the animated series is written, produced, and created by people. But the power of the people is seen through the fact that the show is going on its tenth season and has produced successful spinoffs, The Cleavland Show and American Dad.
I finally got over that first obstacle and started my novel. I’m going at a pretty steady pace now, too. I really like the story so far. I think it’s starting off great. And I’m really enjoying it. It feels so damn fucking good to write. I really really love it, and I’m starting to believe this…
I have probably eaten at least fifteen cereals in my life (I know that is not a lot), and for some reason I seem to always find myself buying Cap’n Crunch Peanut Butter. Aside from healthy cereals that I find myself eating nowadays, such as Honey Bunches of Oats Real Strawberries, Kix, and Cheerios, Cap’n Crunch truly brings out the kid in me and reverts me back to my younger days. With that said, I think I’ll have a bowl right now. Crunch-atize me Cap’n!…BF
Sometimes I wonder why the City/State spends so much money on public statues. I am not sure if it has that much of a significant affect on people that it attones for the cost of the statue itself. Some statues, like the Statue of Liberty, have a huge impact on thousands if people as it represents just what the name implies:Liberty. But, when I came across this statue, asked myself what is it and what does it mean? I read the little description and it influenced me so much that I forget everything about it. It is also located, in what I considered, an under-visited place- along the bike path of the Hudson River. OK, I guess not that underpopulated. But I do not think that the location warrants a statue, especially one of this size. But then again, I did take the photo, and I am writing about it, so although it remains nameless, I guess it has the significance to be ironically pointed out as insignificant….BF.
I know I am in NYC when yellow cabs are ubiquitous. But there is something about this photo I took that emphasizes this notion. There is this one yellow cab smoothly coming around the corner, the driver rushing his customer to her destination. The background shows that there are traffic lights everywhere to ensure people’s safety, and the other cabs are either at a halt, impatiently waiting for the green light to give the OK to go. Some are just parked, their drivers taking a lunch break, eating at the many restaurants in the area.