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the order of things (itsy bitsy teenie weenie yellow polka dot bikini)
Mayor Bill de Blasio was asked about his thoughts on the statue. "That is a frightening thought," de Blasio said. When he's wearing clothes I don't like him. I can only imagine what he's like without clothes."
De Blasio added, "of course we are not going to let people put up ad hoc statues."
A hawk (I think? Alex?) on the fire escape across the street.
Using data with an unprecedented level of detail, a team of international researchers, including some from Oregon State University, have found that a major earthquake along the Cascadia Subduction Zone is more likely than previously thought.
I have no choice but to keep looking - five years after the tsunami
usa micro brew roadtrip / how is that a good idea?
For you New Yorkers are looking for something to do this week.
what is the mechanism for catching this moment on camera?
https://youtu.be/NK1TCMQgE9A Leyenda senior Luis Chacon 'Aspirina' dancing rumba with his sobrina Ismaray (afro cuban dancer legend and his grandaughter)
4th of July NYC fireworks drone footage:
11 essential roadtrips in the us
doing rt 66 in a tesla
From the Notify NYC mailing list: A solar powered plane is scheduled to conduct a flyover across various parts of NYC tomorrow morning, 6/11, from approximately 2:00 AM to 3:00 AM. The aircraft will enter NYC near the Verrazano Bridge and travel northbound to the Statue of Liberty before turning east to travel over JFK Airport. A helicopter will accompany the aircraft to take photos of the operation.
Did you see this Bill?
No pressure, but we're expecting this sort of thing on the highlight reel.
Gowanus’ Coignet Building
where landmasses would have been in pangaea.
Streit's Matzo factory condo design revealed. Nooooooo! One and two bedrooms starting at $975,000.
ile Southern first proposed a collection of his father’s letters in 1989, but Terry, at sixty-eight, “was not particularly interested in resurrections of his work, or his life,” Nile recently wrote. Today, we are more than a decade into the revival Nile had originally envisioned under the code name “Resurrection . . . NOW!” A thinly sketched biography, Lee Hill’s A Grand Guy: The Art and Life of Terry Southern, arrived in 2001, followed by a collection of Southern’s miscellany, Now Dig This: The Unspeakable Writings of Terry Southern, in 2002. In 2004, Nile published his own book, The Candy Men, about the controversial publication and reception of Southern’s 1958 erotic novel Candy, and Gerber published a memoir of her partner in 2009, Trippin’ with Terry Southern: What I Think I Remember. In late 2015, the small publishing house ANTIBOOKCLUB released what might amount to the last piece of the puzzle, Yours in Haste and Adoration: Selected Letters of Terry Southern.
The Enduring Mystery Of 'Jawn', Philadelphia's All-Purpose Noun.