I really don’t know how to say this but its got me thinking with 9-11 and how some times people talk about us New Yorkers as being rude. Rude people are everywhere, no matter where you go your going to run into one or two massive pricks that make you want to punch them in the throat. That is going to happen every where but to have special new reports about New Yorkers being voted the rudest people on earth kinda grinds me a little.
I am not saying this happen recently but like i said earlier with 9-11 being today I cant help but think about how some people say that about us, even before 9-11 I being a NY-er don’t see us being the rude ones. Its the tourist that are rude. I will give you a great example and one of the reason why many real NY-er tend to avoid Times Square or only go there when they need to.
O.k. I had to go to Times Square to go to Dallas B.B.Q. (a kinda cheap places to eat but good food) and I was 3 blocks down in Bryant Park.(I love the place always go there to chill and have a moment for myself) When i was though going up the blocks to get to B.B.Q.s, I kept dealing with people stopping and walking, stopping and walking. This wasn’t so bad cause i was able to get around most but then when I hit Times Square, I keep running into living freaking road blocks. In the middle of the side walk, then the corner making me miss the light and in some cases in the middle of the freaking street during the crossing. Now you got to be wondering why are these people stopping in the middle of a busy street? simple answer taking photos of the cars while they are at a red light ignoring the possibility of a car turning into the street they are now blocking.
Another story happened again in Times Square just cutting though it again to walk with friends to the subway, this guy pushes my friend out of the way rudely and tell her to watch where she is going. I snapped at him this guy. I saw he was from out of town and yelling at us who were walking normally and telling us to get out of his way. I could tell he was from out of town mainly cause his he was a white guy and didn’t have one of the many common nyc accents. I really wanted to know who the fcuk he though he was to act like that to us when we never seen him or bumped into him before. So am yelling at him while my friends where telling me to relax and when he dont look back and his friends try to rush him away.
Look we NYC-er aren’t perfect and were the first to tell you that but really to still say were the top pricks in the world is wrong. What we are though is a group a people that wont stand for you bullsh*t and we will call you on it right to your ungrateful face in front of everyone. and that is just because we don’t have time for it and don’t like being treated like we should be happy your in our city. Fcuk you and the smug horse you road on. That is just how we are as people, rude hardly we just don’t have time for it
fucking god i hate this city some times, i go to the god damn Halloween parade to get some photos and i see that all the damn fucking tourist pushing and shoving their way to the front with their little kids as they block my camera then the cops barely do anything about while am following what they say and they getting all pissing cause i want to ask if am in the right area to stand.
the fucking twat of tourist are giving me dirty looks when they elbow while am ready to start punching throats screaming at them “welcome to New York!” but no i say fuck it and go home after 30 minutes of their bullshit so then i have to walk 10 blocks just to get to my train since all the other trains were exit only.
so thats going ok and walking normally and then see a dollar pizza place so i go sure why not am hungry get on line eat. get on line point to the owner or who ever he is but i can tell hes ass is important from what happens next. they heat it up and then while am waiting to pay for it they let two other people go ahead of me then out the blue they double the fucking price well the guy that got it for me tell the cashier that the price isnt right on the fucking sign but didnt tell me when i fucked picked out my slice which on the sign said was a dollar fifty…… fucking great day for me
Hey people , I don’t have much to say about comic con NYC, I though it was great but nothing much for me to talk about so am going to do the editorial thing for now. Well to start I was on the line early on Friday, could do it Thursday was busy that day sadly, as I stand there nothing special happened, I was really eager to get in there. even though I didn’t see anyone one playing halo anniversary, which is pretty much Halo 1. its not bad but i got halo one and this isn’t much of an update for me to really look at it and think “well shit i should check that thing out”, hell I never even finished halo 1, freaking flood in the library hated it with a passion.
Anyway back to line, so this was the first line I even stand in a line like this. I have been in lines before but never for a game that I really wanted, that I knew i was going to buy when i get the cash no matter what. The demo was just an early taste for something that I knew was going to be good anyway. Its like having a steak that you have eaten before, from the same restaurant, cooked by the same chef, served by the same waiter/waitress, at the same table you have sat at before. You know it well be a great to the last bite but you still want that little extra just to wet your pallet just a little. That is what that demo was to me and when I did get to it, it was just as I though it would be.
So it was a weird thing to me, I mean I thinks because I was at comic con NYC but for some reason standing there with my camera around my neck felt odd. Not because i though I didn’t be long but I felt like I did. Hell it was odd enough that there was a chick in front of me in a cute Asian chick in a Japanese school girl outfit while a girl dress as one of the many female deadpools walked around me.
I don’t know it, it was something else to see because I had to go to comic con to see that but how many of them were really fans of doing something else there. Am not judging but looking at it as a whole. nothing word with people that just want to pretend. It is pretending anyway, this is Comic Con am talking about. Its not a bad thing in anyway.
So am standing there, looking around, slowly moving forward thinking to myself “this is nice, hate standing here like this but this is nice.” I guess thats what am trying to say, it feels like while I was there that I don’t stand out, well I do a little but thats cause I keep thinking I should be in a costume of some kind.