On New York


On a plane back home to los angeles, seat 30B, surrounded by two women, one terribly older than the other, both religiously on their ipads.

Coincidentally I’m writing on one as well. Kudos to Tony Tran.

If however, I told the middle eastern tripod that they couldn’t sit together in row thirty-seven as a family of three, I would’ve enjoyed my transportation back to Los Angeles comfortably in an aisle seat.  But being sandwiched by Apple products, while acknowledging that I perpetuate the technological advances of Steve (rest in peace), is offering me some amusement.
I am not perturbed, considering I enjoyed myself thoroughly the last four days making adventure with Christina Glur in a city where America’s melting pot is much more apparent than in the west coast.
Let us recap, trace my monies, and understand why, mathematically, the ability to fork out rent for the rest of 2012 may not come as easily as it seems, due to a city called New York that takes your hard earned cash mercilessly.  Let’s not.
Our self destructive natures however, want us to go back regardless.
Despite its transportation costs, the city’s ability to expose my idiocy, solely humorous to me, in addition to the loss of two cellular phones, I had a great time, but not enough time, to experience the unforgiving city of New York.
Thank you Glurfriend, Nicole the unabashed DJ, Tones, and a peculiar cocker-spaniel for sheltering me in such a place where danger lurks.
The place is harmless.
If you are in the area check out Christina Glur & Tamara Levinson in a show called “Fuerza Bruta”.  It is…
http://www.theatermania.com/videos/dancing-in-the-rain-at-fuerza-bruta_292.html
I will return to New York and justice will be served on the side of chicken and rice.  Praise the Islamic culture for permitting the preparation of foods allowed under Islamic dietary guidelines to exist on trucks and stands throughout the city.  Halal food is devastating.
Although they were short-lived, a shout out to these special cameos is necessary: Kristina Bui, Janice Kang, Jeffrey Chou, Allison Vicencio.  Gracias.
There is much more to say
like I’m not a super-hero aficionado and the Avengers was okay.  Go watch Raid-Redemption.
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