Now on to New York city, and again a moment of seriousness, one of my favoritist cities in the whole wide world. I loooooooooovvvvvvvveeeeeeeee Manhattan, and was planning to move there this year, but the economy being shaky am not sure it's a good time to be moving anywhere just yet.
Now on to the silliness. Magus, as an obvious republican, I fear you may find these coming photos more hateful then me. You would think so, but oh, no, not at all. These photos only prove how much anger I have for America and my friends.
The girl sitting in front is one of my friends visiting me from Boston. She flew down for the weekend to see me. Oh this is Central Park, December, and it was fucking cold! COLD! I'm Indian, so this kind of cold just ain't right for my genetics. And the lake is called, 'The Lake', which I thought was hilarious in the lack of originality with the name.
This Isaiah monument near the UN which I though was really cool. I love the quote.
Close to where my sister works. She works for an organization for the UN, but they have many buildings and offices. She gets free entrance into the UN. I didn't go at the time because I have a beef with the UN being an ineffectual world government organization (am actually being serious here). Actually same reason why I didn't go to the Vatican and avoided it when I was in Rome. I have serious issues with the Pope and the Vatican and refused to set foot in the Vatican.
The Apollo statue outside the NBC building. I forget the name of the building. And I didn't see Tina Fey.
Apparently the cathedral in that well known scene in the Sex and the City movie. If there is any reason to hate the US, that movie would be it. Well, more so just how retarded some women can be. I didn't like the movie. However St. Patrick's cathedral is pretty cool looking.