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Old 12-05-2012, 02:54 PM   #101
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he had no control of what the paper did with it, after he 'licensed' it to them.
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damn just heard this photographer took 49 pics....holy ****...it was like a jimmy noche photoshoot!!!!!!
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Old 12-05-2012, 10:58 PM   #106
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stupid ny people, what can I say, it is NY, it happens here,i cant wait to move out of this state.
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Ive been born and raised in NYC my entire life.

1) im very courteous and considerate
2) true i can be impatient
3) true i can have road rage at times (fcking taxis!)
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Also , random thought, I've always thought about this: Our subway system is very antiquated and primitive if you really think about it. It is rediculously easy to die, or kill someone, or be killed by falling onto the tracks and getting hit by a train. You literally can jump in front of the train.

They should be more like the AIRTrain (monorail) that transports commuters from JFK and Laguardia airport around the terminals. At each station, the entire thing is sealed off glass enclosed, sliding doors open to coincide with the trains sliding doors, this way you are never exposed to the actual track.

The MTA is way too broke to ever be able to do this.
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Old 12-05-2012, 11:56 PM   #108
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Has anybody figured out what they were arguing about? From the video, it seems like General Tso was egging on the brother.
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Also , random thought, I've always thought about this: Our subway system is very antiquated and primitive if you really think about it. It is rediculously easy to die, or kill someone, or be killed by falling onto the tracks and getting hit by a train. You literally can jump in front of the train.

They should be more like the AIRTrain (monorail) that transports commuters from JFK and Laguardia airport around the terminals. At each station, the entire thing is sealed off glass enclosed, sliding doors open to coincide with the trains sliding doors, this way you are never exposed to the actual track.

The MTA is way too broke to ever be able to do this.
Completely agree.
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Also , random thought, I've always thought about this: Our subway system is very antiquated and primitive if you really think about it. It is rediculously easy to die, or kill someone, or be killed by falling onto the tracks and getting hit by a train. You literally can jump in front of the train.

They should be more like the AIRTrain (monorail) that transports commuters from JFK and Laguardia airport around the terminals. At each station, the entire thing is sealed off glass enclosed, sliding doors open to coincide with the trains sliding doors, this way you are never exposed to the actual track.

The MTA is way too broke to ever be able to do this.
Seriously?!

U can die walking across the street brah.

Have you been to other countries let alone other us cities ? Their public trans has non barriers too.

There is a system that can detect if someone is on the tracks.

But guard rails? Na
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in before Lair and his rants about george zimmermann and trayvon martin.
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Love how he shaved his head, that'll save ya! When will the blacks and Asians be able to live in harmony?

What did he say before ass? It almost sounded like monkey or honkey
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In before mistermiata and his rants about Lair.
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in before Lair and his rants about george zimmermann and trayvon martin.
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Also , random thought, I've always thought about this: Our subway system is very antiquated and primitive if you really think about it. It is rediculously easy to die, or kill someone, or be killed by falling onto the tracks and getting hit by a train. You literally can jump in front of the train.

They should be more like the AIRTrain (monorail) that transports commuters from JFK and Laguardia airport around the terminals. At each station, the entire thing is sealed off glass enclosed, sliding doors open to coincide with the trains sliding doors, this way you are never exposed to the actual track.

The MTA is way too broke to ever be able to do this.
True, but now you are blaming the MTA instead of the guy responsible for the murder. The train did not kill him, the guy that pushed him did.
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