i see a good number of people here are from NY....

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  1. logen999

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    or right in NYC.

    that pretty kool. most of the tech sites i go to i find people from either Canada, Europe, or some other god forsaken place ( :p )

    i live in Middle Village queens, where the grass is green and the bike thefts are plentiful :wink:
     
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    Hey do you by any chance post at the Showtime message boards?
     
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    Mehehe... bike thefts... :lol: made me laugh, thx. :)

    Park Slope here, office in TriBeCa (we moved here last year from 37th & B'way corner, PH :wshock: that was the coolest place on Earth... too bad we grew up...)

    Actually I didn't notice this NY thing - I noticed 4-5 ppl only...
     
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    ITs all about new jersey . New york city smells like warm piss
     
  5. logen999

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    new jersey smells like burned plastic. :p
     
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    Bah only on the parkway and the turnpike and thats cause of you smell new yorkers trying to come in and get some 6% sales tax loving
     
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    Bah... we don't need that, we make REAL money here... :p ;)

    We just dub our NJ friends as countrymen... :lol: :lol: :lol:
     
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    Forest Hills here :)
     
  9. logen999

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    NJ hase some really nice places to live, i remember a place called wane 9or something) where a friend owned a rather large house with a pool and the works. great place and you can see the night stars unlike NY :(
     
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    hey thats like 3 min away from me :p
     
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    HEH. :p
     
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    Don't tease him, or he'll be looking for you in his chrome studded leather chaps. And THEN u'll be sorry for ever making this thread.
     
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    ? WTF? Where do you live, in a basement?

    I can see all the stars from my garden, even from my bedroom. 8)
     
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    Hey: you're on vacation, therefore offline, aren't you? :p
     
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    its a bit passed 10 right now, the night sky is pitch black, i dont see any stars due to the city lights simply phasing them out.

    how can you see any stars from the heart of the city? tribeca that is? :?:
     
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    Ah, no, that's my office, as I said above. :)

    I'm living in Park Slope, Prospect Park West corner - and my bedroom looks to my garden... :) 8)
     
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    Hey logen well do you? (check the second post of this thread) :?
     
  18. logen999

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    nope.

    why, is there a wanker there with the same name as me? :twisted:
     
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    I'm in the parmus area of new jersey .

    ITs great. I can cill here . I have the shore only an hour away . I have alantic city only 2 hours away. I got nyc 10 mins away. I got hoboken 5 mins away.

    I got about 14 malls , 22 thearters and tons of food places.

    Good stuff. ANd it doesn't smell bad
     
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    Well yeah...kinda. There's a guy there called logan66633xx. :)
     
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