The car moves into the illegal spot, and a new pedestrian comes by. I haven’t changed position, though.
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In August, the people on the street are a mix of natives getting lunch or coffee and tourists shopping and taking in a sight or two. There’s no measurement of culture consumed to justify expenditures, but maybe there should be: two hours in a museum equals a piece of clothing; three hours on the Circle Line equals a pair of shoes. If rain starts coming down during an outdoor activity…JACKPOT! Spend even more on the shoes!
Before it disappears, go and enjoy the vision of the future that is the Chase branch that stretches from 51st to 52nd Streets between 5th and 6th Avenues. Consider it a shortcut with overly polite bank employees stationed to say hello occasionally. The branch was built when people thought the space needed for a retail banking outlet only going to grow. The average bank in NYC is about 1/10 the size of this.
Everyone comes to NYC and has an urge to eat in public. Why else would there be so many Midtown food vendors? The guy’s shirt says “Don’t be so negative,” so I’ll stop my comments there.