It’s been a few months since my last post, so I’ve got a small backlog to work through.
Despite being sick the entire time I was there, I had a great time. It’s a wonderful festival in a very friendly town.
I get that this sign is aimed at the owners and not the dogs themselves, but still: why make the thing you’re trying to prohibit look so fun?
Even the dog who’s following the rules looks jealous-as-heck of the ones who aren’t.
Note: this happens in Taiwan, too.
(East 91 St, Manhattan)
The Manhattan Mini Storage ads never disappoint.
(Rainbow Drive In, Honolulu, HI)
(Rice To Riches, Spring St, Manattan)
(Canal St & Hudson St, Manhattan)
(13 St & 3 Av, Manhattan)
This button does not inspire confidence.
(Roosevelt Av, Queens)
(42 St & Broadway, Manhattan)
Late nights would be a lot easier if we had a few of these in the five boroughs.
And all this time I thought the promise of the Internet was that everything wanted to be free, or at least available on easy terms.
(Liberty Travel, Broad St, Manhattan)
(Bowery & Delancey, Manhattan)