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Old 08-15-2007, 09:03 AM   #16
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There goes the neighborhood!!!! hahahaha... Let me know what town you are moving to so I can make sure I move further east.... hahahaha....

The coliseum sucks for monster jam, it's too damn small.... I haven't been there in years for it...
Ya bastid! LOL. Monster Jam at the coliseum is too small, but it's all we got here in NYC. I will be travelling to CT for the one coming in 2008. Froze my ass off at the last MJ. They opened all the doors and it was like BELOW ZERO...INDOORS! I love the feel of the Island though, they still appreciate this country...unlike these hobos in the city!
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Old 08-15-2007, 11:58 AM   #17
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Ya bastid! LOL. Monster Jam at the coliseum is too small, but it's all we got here in NYC. I will be travelling to CT for the one coming in 2008. Froze my ass off at the last MJ. They opened all the doors and it was like BELOW ZERO...INDOORS! I love the feel of the Island though, they still appreciate this country...unlike these hobos in the city!
As an ex NYC worker, I DESPISE NYC!!!!! I've lived in Queens and Manhattan and I hate all 5 boro's... You couldn't pay me enough money to live there or even work there anymore!!! As soon as my wife finishes her masters and gets a job back out on LI we're moving even further east!!! I fully enjoy walking out my front door and not smelling Piss... I lived on the Upper East side in an extremely expensive apartment and I still watched them piss on my doorstep...
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piss? lol wow cant believe no hobby shops in nyc hmmmm
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Old 08-15-2007, 01:32 PM   #20
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Let me tell you, NYC, love the food and the late night eateries and the ability to get a beer at 3 in the morning, and the career opportunities, but aside of that, it has become a cesspool. Not naming any names or groups, but these people have really let the city go. No one gives a *h*t about the city or country anymore. When I went to this last Monster Jam, they did the salute to the servicemen and women, sang one of my favorite songs of all time (proud to be an American, Lee Greenwood) and people genuinely and openly acknowledged their respect for our people in uniform. The love for the flag and regardless of who is iin the whitehouse, the sincerity in appreciating being in this country! It was like being in the middle America without as many mullets lol. Seriously though, I am in the midst of leaving this company I am at now and if all goes well, the Island or Jersey is where you'll find me.
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Let me tell you, NYC, love the food and the late night eateries and the ability to get a beer at 3 in the morning, and the career opportunities, but aside of that, it has become a cesspool. Not naming any names or groups, but these people have really let the city go. No one gives a *h*t about the city or country anymore. When I went to this last Monster Jam, they did the salute to the servicemen and women, sang one of my favorite songs of all time (proud to be an American, Lee Greenwood) and people genuinely and openly acknowledged their respect for our people in uniform. The love for the flag and regardless of who is iin the whitehouse, the sincerity in appreciating being in this country! It was like being in the middle America without as many mullets lol. Seriously though, I am in the midst of leaving this company I am at now and if all goes well, the Island or Jersey is where you'll find me.

I fully agree with you.... The only thing I miss about living and working in the city is the food... Mama's in Corona for the best Italian sandwich... Pio Pio in rego park or Upper east side for some Peruvian chicken and beans... Yum!!!! Katz's for a pastrami sandwich and a knish... Juniors cheesecake!!! I can keep going on and on....
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Ha Ha!.....bxpitbull.....Everyone is always starting with you.

-Overall; how are you? -I moved to the Bronx(near Mt. Eden).....I don`t really like it(I'm a Brooklyn Guy); but it`s home.


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Old 08-16-2007, 12:23 AM   #23
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vtl1180ny, thats my dude right there, I expect some stabs out of him. Bronx huh? no action up there. Head to bruckner hobbies, chester has a Tamiya hook-up. Best you gonna get. You can go to Nanuet, there is a track up there ran by bruckner hobbies. NYC hobbies is going to have a track on the island, carpet, asphalt, all year long. THIS ought to be good.
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