Something Neat: New York City Street Scene

August 21, 2010 ·
Filed under: Manhattan, New York City 

The junk shop is a never-ending journey of discovery for yours truly. It has certainly exposed me to a vast spectrum of humanity— literally and figuratively speaking— to which I had previously been unaware. For this reason I no longer feel compelled to travel for the simple reason I do not need to: pretty much anyone from everywhere imaginable finds their way to my doorstep at one time or another. I enjoy speaking to these people and learning about the world(s) from which they hail. I am— despite my protestations to the contrary— a “people person”.

I am also an arm chair traveler. Geography is not the only subject of my sojourns. The junk shop (or, more accurately: its photo bins) have enabled me to travel back in time. Which brings me to the photograph* gracing this post. My little voice told me I had seen this building before. After a very quick Google search I learned my little voice was correct! For the reveal click here. NOTE: be sure to check out the comments as they will lead you to a blog written by someone who lived in this “mystery” building!

Miss Heather

*Which can be seen in larger format by clicking here.

New York Shitty Photo Du Jour: Tom Selleck

April 10, 2010 ·
Filed under: Manhattan, New York City 

From Ninth Avenue.

Miss Heather

New York Shitty Photo Du Jour: Ninth Avenue Polemic

April 7, 2010 ·
Filed under: Advanced Life Forms, Manhattan, New York City 

Mr Jobs

Taken April 7, 2010.

Miss Heather

Labor Day Photos Du Jour: Chanties

September 7, 2009 ·
Filed under: Manhattan, New York City 

Last night I knocked around the Brooklyn Daily Eagle archives for a nice, leftist, Greenpoint, Labor Day item to share today. I came up empty-handed. Luckily the Mister and went to Chelsea today in the pursuit of a very non-proletarian item: a business suit. Afterward we took a stroll down 6th Avenue.

wehaveaproblem

Methinks it was Lenin who once said something to the effect that there were two types of people: the ones for the revolution and the ones against the wall.

gimme

Here they are.

chepanties

I’m not too sure if these panties (Chanties?) are for women or men. I suppose it really doesn’t matter.

lingerie

The revolution is dead. Long live the revolution!

Miss Heather

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