What I Will Miss Most/Least About NYC, Part 2

I promised myself I would take this admittedly poor quality video of going over the Manhattan bridge in the Q train. If you look closely you can see the Statue of Liberty moonwalking across the Brooklyn Bridge (i.e. the part where I zoom in. The statue is a little stick.) Yayayayay! It’s my favorite part of commuting over the Manhattan bridge.

What I will miss least:

Goddam video/photo crews disturbing my life wherever I go. Walking down West 13th Street, already late for my free Bumble and bumble cut, this douchebag has the audacity to tell me that I can’t walk down that street. Sorry, buddy I HAVE A GODDAM HAIR APPOINTMENT THAT YOU’RE MAKING ME EVEN LATER TO! and I walk with utmost importance. On the way out they think it’s cool to stop foot traffic so we can all watch Jeremy Sisto run up and down the street with a cell phone and then start climbing up a fire escape. Looks like a crapass B movie to me.

I don’t expect Paris to be much different with the entertainment production bullshit but at least nobody wants to shoot movies in Vienna. Yay! Streets to myself!

2 Comments so far

  1. ~dana (unregistered) on August 9th, 2006 @ 12:45 pm

    FYI–I think the Jeremy Sisto thing you refer to is a new show called “Kidnapped” I just watched the pilot last night (In my defense it was on the same promo disc as the pilot for Studio 60) and a ton of it takes place in downtown Brooklyn. It’s not an awful show, but it’s nothing we haven’t seen before. I like Sisto a bit crazier, a la Billy Chenowith.

  2. Art (unregistered) on August 10th, 2006 @ 4:36 pm

    Ha — okay, I kinda see it.

    But, seriously, you should market that video to children with autism. You’d make a fortune!

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