Mots (Bon & Other)

No. Just no.

My candidate for the most overrated movie of all time: Vertigo.  What is wrong with you people?  More later. 

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Oprah? What has become of us….

Recently observed on a metal plaque on a park bench: “To love yourself is a never-ending journey.” Oprah Winfrey What has become of us?

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NO “Friend Of A Farmer”

There is a restaurant on Irving Place in Gramercy called Friend Of A Farmer. I walked by there this morning in a vulnerable state. Having had no breakfast yet, I was hungry. People sat outside seeming to be enjoying themselves....

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Incredible new review from the June 2019 issue of Midwest Book Review…

The Mystery/Suspense Shelf Mink Eyes by Dan Flanigan Arjuna Books 9781733610308, $9.95, PB, 296pp, Critique: A terrifically entertaining and deftly crafted mystery by an author with an impressively flair for originality and a mastery of the genre, Dan Flanigan's "Mink...

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The Modern Equivalent Of The Backroom Poker Game?

Another intriguing cranny: It’s on 4th Avenue between 12th and 13th in the Village next to the Alabaster Bookstore (which is supremely deserving of your patronage (see Flaneur blog post "Alabaster Bookshop"). It’s name is, simply, “Pie.” You order pizza...

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Gag Reflex: #AtTheEndoftheDay

At the End of The Day.  This is uttered around 50,000 (could be 500,000) times a day on business television programs (Bloomberg, CNBC, etc.) and various live conferences around the country.    

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Bread & Circuses: Stay Tuned, Story at 11:00

Heard on a television newscast recently: "Police are looking for a man who shot another man sitting in a car . . . And if you have a sweet tooth . . ."    

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Boomers! Millenials! X-ers! What do we think about this?

Not a new player in the blame game, but one that should provide some interesting debate.

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Alabaster Bookshop

One of the great little places in New York that are dying fast. In the Village on 4th Avenue between 11th and 12th.

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I take about every form of transportation you can think of in NYC, including a bicycle whenever i can, but primarily i use my own feet. I increasingly feel like a hunted animal. The cyclists are worse than the cars....

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