thepete:

subwaydouchery:

SUBWAY DOUCHERY : Takin’ it to the Streets!

The biggest subway douche of them all: the MTA.
:(

I’m getting a bit ahead of myself, but RIP unlimited monthlies.

thepete:

subwaydouchery:

SUBWAY DOUCHERY : Takin’ it to the Streets!

The biggest subway douche of them all: the MTA.

:(

I’m getting a bit ahead of myself, but RIP unlimited monthlies.


amandaes:

neverstopbelievingitspossible:

the universe is beautiful. the world is beautiful . notice the world. live your life


Psssh. As if you can see any of that gorgeous sky from New York City. I’m lucky if I spot a single star.

amandaes:

neverstopbelievingitspossible:

the universe is beautiful. the world is beautiful . notice the world. live your life

Psssh. As if you can see any of that gorgeous sky from New York City. I’m lucky if I spot a single star.


thepete:

megpickard:

(via ilovecharts)

So THAT’S why I can’t find good wings in my neighborhood! (I live waaaay at the top of this map. :( )

Huh. Good to know.

thepete:

megpickard:

(via ilovecharts)

So THAT’S why I can’t find good wings in my neighborhood! (I live waaaay at the top of this map. :( )

Huh. Good to know.


Sometimes the struggle to live in New York makes you think you’re actually living your life, but you’re actually only struggling to get from place to place. You say things like “I did two errands, and I got home!” Sometimes new york gets to you. Some days I win, some days New York wins.
Tina Fey (via nogreatillusion) (via kimgeeillustration)

"Birch trees! Shit!!" -Thomas
Right outside the Citi building in LIC.

"Birch trees! Shit!!" -Thomas

Right outside the Citi building in LIC.


What makes this 7 train so fucking special??

What makes this 7 train so fucking special??


lol I love you, Sunnyside.

lol I love you, Sunnyside.



Guy getting arrested in front of the Manhattan Marriage Bureau at the Freedom to Marry Day Protest

Guy getting arrested in front of the Manhattan Marriage Bureau at the Freedom to Marry Day Protest


Ok, so it was my birthday on Friday, February 12th. I share my birthday with motha fuckin’ Abe Lincoln, so this picture was taken at around midnight with a five dollar bill. I look like Andy Milonakis in this photo haha. I was tired.
I also share my birthday with Charles Darwin. Yeah I have the best birthday ever.
So for my birthday I woke up way early and went to a gay marriage protest with Kristy at 8am. I went into the Manhattan Marriage Bureau with a female stranger and we tried to get married (check out that link because I’m in the news and it’s hilarious), but of course were denied. Lots of chanting and signs outside. Then four guys chained themselves to the building and shut it down and were consequently arrested. The protest ended after that.
Then Kristy and I got some lunch at a diner and went to this really cool candy store in China Town on Mott. Her gay rights sticker named Fred flew away and got run over by many trucks on Canal St. then we went to Cupcake Stop because they give you a free cupcake on your birthday! I had been planning going there for a month and holy crap it was worth the wait. Mmm.
Afterward we came back to Sunnyside and played Rock Band for a couple hours after we checked out the cake supply store down the road. It was pretty cool. I’ll be going back again.
I went to work and one of the students gave me a birthday cookie. I got to go home early because they didn’t need me so I had dinner at Mario’s with Tom. Best restaurant ever. Then he gave me a bunch of awesome gifts (I’ll post pictures in a bit) and got me a cake that was unremarkable, but the sentiment was beautiful. He also “fixed” my camera that’s been out of commission since Camp Inquiry in July. All he did was turn it on to see if it was still broken and it…turned on. That was the problem, it wasn’t turning on. But now it does. But I was using it earlier and it fucked up again, so I don’t know. Still awesome to use it after all this time.
The next day FISH, CFI, and the NYC Skeptics hosted Darwin Day 2010 at Hunter College with a lecture on Darwin and human evolution given by Ian Tattersall. I have been planning this event for a while and it was nice to see a turn out of over 200 people. I had dinner with Tom and six others at a Japanese place called Ginza on Lexington Ave which always has delicious sushi and habachi chicken. Tom and I picked up a bunch of candy from CVS and played a game of Scrabble (a close game, but he won).
Now I’m trying to update all my stuff.

Ok, so it was my birthday on Friday, February 12th. I share my birthday with motha fuckin’ Abe Lincoln, so this picture was taken at around midnight with a five dollar bill. I look like Andy Milonakis in this photo haha. I was tired.

I also share my birthday with Charles Darwin. Yeah I have the best birthday ever.

So for my birthday I woke up way early and went to a gay marriage protest with Kristy at 8am. I went into the Manhattan Marriage Bureau with a female stranger and we tried to get married (check out that link because I’m in the news and it’s hilarious), but of course were denied. Lots of chanting and signs outside. Then four guys chained themselves to the building and shut it down and were consequently arrested. The protest ended after that.

Then Kristy and I got some lunch at a diner and went to this really cool candy store in China Town on Mott. Her gay rights sticker named Fred flew away and got run over by many trucks on Canal St. then we went to Cupcake Stop because they give you a free cupcake on your birthday! I had been planning going there for a month and holy crap it was worth the wait. Mmm.

Afterward we came back to Sunnyside and played Rock Band for a couple hours after we checked out the cake supply store down the road. It was pretty cool. I’ll be going back again.

I went to work and one of the students gave me a birthday cookie. I got to go home early because they didn’t need me so I had dinner at Mario’s with Tom. Best restaurant ever. Then he gave me a bunch of awesome gifts (I’ll post pictures in a bit) and got me a cake that was unremarkable, but the sentiment was beautiful. He also “fixed” my camera that’s been out of commission since Camp Inquiry in July. All he did was turn it on to see if it was still broken and it…turned on. That was the problem, it wasn’t turning on. But now it does. But I was using it earlier and it fucked up again, so I don’t know. Still awesome to use it after all this time.

The next day FISH, CFI, and the NYC Skeptics hosted Darwin Day 2010 at Hunter College with a lecture on Darwin and human evolution given by Ian Tattersall. I have been planning this event for a while and it was nice to see a turn out of over 200 people. I had dinner with Tom and six others at a Japanese place called Ginza on Lexington Ave which always has delicious sushi and habachi chicken. Tom and I picked up a bunch of candy from CVS and played a game of Scrabble (a close game, but he won).

Now I’m trying to update all my stuff.