New York, NY
“Meh. It's a park. A very big park. Who cares? I like living in a city because I hate nature, so why would I go to a park? :)” - Jenny b.
“I don't understand why Central Park has 27 baseball diamonds and not a single soccer field. It's kind of sad.” - Stephen d.
“I don't know, this place really isn't that great. I really prefer not being able to see the sunlight and being encased in a cool temple of concrete. I live a block away in the 70's but I haven't set food in the park in almost four years. Last time I saw people with canines and they did not have the decency to tether them. Unless you want to be humped into unconsciousness and possibly attacked by packs of wild animals I would stay out.” - J. C.
“Its essentially a vast golf course. Has that same feel. Nature is present ONLY in careful little 'museum exhibits'. Really, the whole park is that way: a forlorn, xenophobic, vapid, 'tree-museum'. Oh look, here's one right now--and yes, look at that one over there, too. How nice. Let's walk over there and see it.” - Jorge G.