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I went to Lowe’s this weekend looking for a 5′ folding table. Not just one that had folding legs (henceforth known as a “Regular Table”), but one that also folds in half for storage (henceforth known as a “Folding Table”). I went to the Website and it said that they had 13 of the 5′ …

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Friday afternoon I went to take out the trash, and noticed a guy bent over on my neighbors porch. As I walked down my stairs, he straightened up, came down the stairs, and walked past me, holding a couple of bags in his right hand (the side further away from me). My first thought was: …

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The NYPD tries hard to do their jobs, they really do. But often faults and mistakes come down to the lack of communication between the officers and the public they serve. For example this story from my Tuesday: I was driving down 48th Street in Manhattan, and I was told that I couldn’t go thru …

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A little while ago I posted a complaint about a taxi on Facebook, and faced backlash for it “not being fair to the cabby”. The issue at the time was a “middle finger sticker” on the back window, where I thought it was inappropriate, others thought that it may have been stuck there without the …

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Friday I went for a slice of pizza, and parked legally in front of the pizza store (located on Kings Highway between East 7th and 8th, for those locals interested). I was inside for less than a minute (enough time to walk in, ask for a slice, and leave with it) and came out to …

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I am not going to name the store, because while they did do horrible things, they don’t deserve a public naming (in private I’d call them out in a heartbeat). Here are a few stories that happened, all in the same pizza shop, over the last few days: The manager (henceforth labeled “George”) talking to …

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Yesterday I mentioned that portable jumper cable to keep in your trunk, and a few days after I got it, it already came in handy. I was driving home from work and saw a car parked on the side of the street, with the hood up, and cables in hand…the universal sign for “Help!”. I …

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