I think it is extremely distasteful to rant on about the supremacy of "the blue eyed people", not only for the general gauche-ness of claiming anyone with a particular physical trait they had no control over is superior but for the blatant disrespect of our modern history in which tens of thousands of people were killed in the name of a blue eyed "race."
If you must force me to click the numbers to see the next picture you could at least format your page so I don't have to scroll up and down each time. Not reading this...goodby
Methinks you're full of crap. Men don't walk a few steps in front of women in Eastern Europe - that's what Arabs do.
The last two. Ah!
Yes. Please keep books away from any suggestion of fire. Put them on a bookshelf. Get an antler bookshelf. I don't care. And keep the spines out. You're not an animal.
I'm also sensitive to religious items. The Native American trend is so overwhelming, and overwhelmingly offensive. I could go on forever about that, though.
Otherwise... I don't know. I like antlers and skins and mounted busts. My dad is a hunter and I think for us it was always more of a way to keep that animal with us. "This deer fed our family for this long. Appreciate it." But I can sympathize with the author.
Life goes on, guys. To those complaining about the author being too bitchy, you'll forget about this article in less than a week. Don't let it bother you so much.
Actually, Times profiles always include the subjects' ages, so if they decline, the Times has to explain why. No dickishness implied.
thats cool but other people do this cheaper for like $12. thats how much nycbeachbus charges for the same thing. why spend more?
As a type 1 diabetic I think I could kiss you for writing this. People really don't know a lot about diabetes, other than than they think you have to be fat or a sugar junkie to get it. That it's no big deal and not that serious. Without going into details, it is a big deal, it completely changes your life. It takes the kind of discipline that most people who joke about it couldn't possible understand, oh and the complications are scary and horrible. Not to sound too melodramatic, but you've reminded me that people are capable of empathy and kindness. Thank you
"their amazingness". I was too excited thinking about these cookies.
I've had these!!! And I can't emphasize they're amazingness enough. I've also had the Chocolate Sables and Triple Gingers from Lomaxine. Buy them when you find them 'cos I haven't seen them in too many places yet. It's like when you find a $20 bill on the sidewalk or an open seat on the L train. A special unexpected treasure to brighten the day!
I left my electric guitar and a case filled with effect pedals in the trunk of a cab in the East Village. I thought I was never going to see my (expensive) gear again but called 311 anyway to file a report. Apparently the driver turned everything in as soon as he parked his taxi in the garage. Through the report and based on the description I made on 311 they were able to track me and called me a day after to pick everything up at the taxi garage in Long Island city. I really appreciate the honesty of all the people who were involved in helping me find my stuff! Made me more conscious about doing good.
"...being refused, even a kind refusal like the ones you are giving, feels hurtful."
So, having all that power and being "the gatekeepers of sexual desire" is still not enough to be understanding or to at least avoid reacting inappropriately? What are you saying here? That women can act like assholes because they're not used to being rejected? So, instead of saying to this guy, "Yeah, dude, that's fucked up. But you probably shouldn't get involved with any woman that reacts that way", you justify the inappropriate responses given to him. Ugh.
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Everything I thought it would be...
I suspect their clientele is year-round residents, not seasonal visitors. The people who live in Coney Island are mostly poor and lower middle class. An Applebee's will provide them with a year-round dining choice they didn't have before, just like the locations they've put at the Junction, downtown at Flatbush & DeKalb and in Atlantic Terminal, and Restoration Plaza. It's on the street, not the boardwalk, and will be open all year round. They're aiming at a community underserved by fast-casual restaurants, as can be seen by their sponsorship of events like the Martin Luther King Jr. Concert Series at Winthrop Field. As a vegetarian, I don't eat there, but I bet their demographic survey of the community led them to believe they'll be successful there. And Applebee's is a superior experience to another Burger King, McDonald's, Wendy's, etc. for people with limited funds.
Email RentInfo@nyshcr.org with the name of the person named on the lease, your address and apartment number in order to have the rent history mailed directly to your house.
Also, the article's headline mistakes rent-control for rent-stabilization. Not nearly as many rent-controlled apartments remain. http://www.housingnyc.com/html/resources/faq/rentstab.html
This is a decent start, but you need to include the procedures involved with obtaining said rent history (hint: it's easy, but you still need to provide certain info). It would also be helpful to include a guide detailing the translation of the rent history entries, specifically in terms of why the "rent controlled" portion might be blank, why the formerly controlled tenant may have the same last name as the landlord (!), legitimate increases for vacancy leases, ascertaining whether your apartment really reflects $15,000 of recent cosmetic repairs to justify what appears to be a hefty increase recorded the year before, legitimate improvement increases based on building size or common area maintenance, where to find previous year RCB guidelines to calculate proper increases, and the rules pertaining to "preferential rent."
Just as online accessibility allows us to be more informed than ever about tenant rights, the same convenience encourages NYC-bound transplants who never would have considered doing so 10-20 years ago. Unfortunately a lot of these people might not be bothered to research and correct rent history, since they don't plan on sticking around for the long haul and perhaps are under the impression they'll create "trouble" in their short-term situation. Such complacency is bad for the longtime neighborhood residents as well as those who come afterward.
why didn't you just link to the list?
It may not even be in your lease! I'm a realtor in NYC with Fenwick Keats. Private message me if you need more information on finding out your legal rights as a renter!
I'm digging the picture of SWANS under Phosphorescent in the "Soft" category. Can't wait to mellow out.
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