Some of the tag stuff is broken in the link to the alternative short-term art stuff, but the link works and it makes quite an informative url. And thanks for the heads up—I am going to start seeing more art outside of museums!
@roboloki It is.
This is the gentleman with whom I would always exchange hellos on my walk home from the subway. I have since moved out of the neighborhood so I don't get to see him very often but he is wonderful!
@PropSword Yes! The jar-as-hot-beverage-holder only works when that jar has a handle. Or if you commit to also keeping a cozy around?
@Clarence Rosario The City Reliquary is good people, but good people can still have dumb mouths.
Just walk to the park a block away, grab a seat at the chess tables/picnic benches and ignore the rats!
There was a really good (which is to say slightly more awful than every other) episode of Grey's Anatomy that dealt with this very procedure. The husband refused to uhhh make the donation until his wife admitted that she was a crazy hypochondriac; however, he relented after she made a VERY touching speech about the precariousness of life/how he was her rock.
On States That Had Zero Counties with a 10% or Greater Increase in Average Income over the Last Ten Years
I guess it isn't that remarkable (since South Brooklyn looks like a patchwork quilt of change in median income) but I was still surprised to see that the median income on my side of Ocean Parkway has declined 12% versus a 26% increase on the other side (resulting in a $23k difference in median income), especially since the difference was $3k ten years ago.
I want to come but I don't think I can find a tiny, tiny construction vehicle in time.
I have one of those community organization \'70s cookbooks that has a recipe for asbestos clay, a play dough analogue, made with actual asbestos powder. The cookbook is also great for learning about can sizing that no longer exists.