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Merry Winter Solstice!

Yesterday at 12:11 PM I was with my sweetheart, on N train crossing Manhattan bridge, going from Manhattan to Brooklyn.  It was the exact time of the 2013 Winter Solstice officially taking place. The Sun is now slowly turning back to us … Continue reading

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The Tale of N.

Once upon a time there was a girl who had to go from one place (BKLN) to another (MHTN). She went down to the subway and took an N train. But the poor girl didn’t realize that under the ground … Continue reading

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The Glamor of Cold.

Almost everything we do comes from an idea we’ve got. Excretion may come from the set of our body functions unrelated to ideas, but building an elaborate canalization system requires a fertile imagination beneficial to conceiving an idea of getting … Continue reading

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The Big Move.

It is raining again and after changing buckets under the leaking pipe I ventured out into the rain to access to Macdonald’s free wifi, 15 min walk away. Blog is not an obsession, it is a duty. But now, in … Continue reading

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Brooklyn vs. Manhattan

Could anything be good about Brooklyn? It is at least 30 minutes of unreliable subway ride away from the Navel of Universe (which is Manhattan, of course). There are no Whole Foods stores in Brooklyn so getting quality olive oil … Continue reading

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Manhattan vs. Brooklyn

Every reasonable person would know not to marry their love interest only after two dates (in my case, I learned that from experience). It is a common sense. So, how come New York real estate makes you to commit to … Continue reading

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