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Notes From a Polite New Yorker: Sid Yiddish for President
His platform includes heavy support of the arts. He would also buy everyone a new pair of shoes and hand out bubble gum with good comics in them, not the shabby comics that have become the standard today.
Notes From A Polite New Yorker: Happily Out of the Pop Culture Loop
I am glad that I'm out of touch on these things and out of the loop, and not because today's pop culture is all crap and the pop culture of my time was so much better.
Notes From A Polite New Yorker: Daily Life With Neither Fear Nor Apology
Let's observe a moment of silence for the victims of these horrors, but don't dare be silenced by fear.
Notes From A Polite New Yorker: Just Another Weekday Explosion in New York City
Was there a burning vehicle? Did someone detonate a car bomb in our neighborhood? Was there a meth lab in someone's apartment that caught fire and now toxic chemicals are in the air?
Notes From A Polite New Yorker: Two Presidential Campaigns, One City
New York loves a big media circus, but America can do better.
Notes From A Polite New Yorker: Topless Women Are Not New York's Problem
The idea that's been circulated by the mayor is to demolish the Times Square pedestrian plaza is lunacy.
Notes From A Polite New Yorker: Brooklyn's Rapid Cultural Death Claims Two More
Brooklyn stopped being an "up and coming" borough nearly 10 years ago. It's now an overrated playground for the wealthy and clueless.
Notes From A Polite New Yorker: Creeping Death in Sunny Summer
Notes on Life and death from the Big Apple.
Notes From A Polite New Yorker: Jump Off the Tranny Bandwagon
If we tell our transgendered friends that their problems can be solved with hormone treatments and surgery, we're not being truthful.
Notes From A Polite New Yorker: New York Means Expected Excellence
New Yorkers tolerate long commutes not because we are suckers for punishment, but because New York is worth it.