One of these things is not like the other.

Photo By Carl Mikoy

Photo By Carl Mikoy

I was very confused today when I got off the train at Time Square while on my way to work.  Instead of being nearly taken out by a yellow cab I was surrounded by blocks upon blocks of beach chairs.  I’ve been working near Time Square for slightly over 8 months now and I’ve seen my fair share of gimmicks and head turners so I brushed it off like all those feathers from the last pillow fight.  One of my coworkers told me it was permanent but being the skeptic that I am I didn’t believe her and asked Terrence to dig up the scoop.  Apparently I should pay more attention to the news… but I chose to stop doing that ages ago and am also frightfully behind on my Daily Show intake.  So apparently one of Bloombergs genius plans for a congestion free NYC wasn’t resigned to the chopping block. Who knew?  I’m not sure how I’m going to feel about this in the long run but I was initially annoyed by it.  Think it’s kind of stupid.  On the other hand most of Broadway is already a one way street anyway.  But then again I sure do hate tourists and will miss seeing them nearly splattered atop a taxi cab hood.  I did enjoy not missing my train while waiting for that long ass light to change though… hmm…  This may take a while to settle with me.

Read more about this Broadway oddity.

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