That’s not deep contemplation, that’s acting, baby.
(Houston St & Broadway, Manhattan)
So after two days of feeling blue because congestion pricing died and trying to console myself, I decided to take matters into my own hands.
The verdict? Passable, but not nearly as good as Seoul Garden’s extra spicy combo. I’ll keep trying, and hopefully so will those in favor of congestion pricing.
(Bklyn Blggng HQ)
HOLY CRAP I JUST FOUND THIS PHOTO IN MY IPHONE BUT I KNOW I DIDNT TAKE IT AND NOBODY ELSE HAS ACCESS TO IT AND ITS FREAKING ME OUT BECAUSE WHAT THE HELL IS THIS PICTURE I MEAN IT SORT OF LOOKS LIKE A PERSON BUT WHO IS IT BECAUSE I DONT RECOGNIZE HIM OR IS IT HER WELL I GUESS IT DOESNT MATTER EITHER WAY BUT HOLY CRAP I JUST REALIZED WHAT IF ITS A PICTURE OF ME THAT WOULD BE FREAKY BECAUSE HOW COULD IT COME OUT OF MY POCKET AND THEN SNAP A PHOTO THEN GO BACK IN MY POCKET RIGHT IT DOESNT MAKE ANY SENSE BUT THEN WHAT IF ITS LIKE A PHOTO OF ME IN THE FUTURE AND SOMETHING BAD IS HAPPENING AND LIKE I HAVE TO FIGURE OUT WHATS HAPPENING IN THE PHOTO BEFORE I GET
I’m bummed that congestion pricing died in the State Assembly today, I’m trying to cheer myself up be focusing on things that give me pleasure, like the combo tofu stew with the side order of short ribs at Seoul Garden.
Ah, I feel a little better already. A little, anyway.
(Seoul Garden, 32 St, Manhattan)
NYC needs congestion pricing. I hope the New York State Legislature does the right thing this week and passes it.
(53 St & 6 Av, Manhattan)