No one has asked me yet how much it would cost to wash every window in the city, but I know the answer. I’m ready Google recruiting.
PBR is the same price you pay anywhere in the country.
There are these shops called bodegas on every street corner that are open 24 hours a day like it’s Vegas or something.
There’s a Taco Bell in Penn Station if you want some food. A few blocks up there’s like an outdoor mall called New York Times Square that has the same restaurants you would find in an Indiana food court.
If this is a Kitchen in Hell, sign me up.
Interestingly, New York is not the City of Lights, but there are a lot of lights.
There are no superheroes.
There are celebrities everywhere. I saw Trump on a building. I think Zach Woods ate brunch near me once. He was tall and seemed kind.
Aziz Ansari wrote a show that takes place in New York.
All your friends have more important things to do than hang out with you.
Everyone in New York is nice.
If you think New Yorkers are mean, maybe you should do a deep dive pizza into your own life. Are 20 million people wrong, or are you?
Maybe you should wait for people to get off the train before you board, Carl.
Why did you just stop at the top of the escalator? What are you doing, Carl?
Look where you’re going CARL
Correction: I’ve been informed by a person that it isn’t possible to know everything about New York City given my timeframe here of one month.
Correction: Apparently there is not a single neighborhood in New York named after a Rob Reiner movie. Neighborhoods are mostly named based off real estate endeavors to inflate interest in an area by giving it a kitschy name.
Correction: Dumbo is not the name of a bridge, nor was the animated Disney film shot on a bridge. The name of the bridge is The Manhattan Bridge and the picture below this is the Brooklyn Bridge. DUMBO is the name of a neighborhood where a bunch of design firms reside. It stands for Down Under the Manhattan Bridge Overpass.