Time for an observations from New York post. It’s been a while since I’ve done one of these.
1.I get annoyed when things aren’t convenient for me. When I saw that Jon Stewart and Bill O’Reilly announced a debate, I thought it would be fun to go. Then I noticed it wasn’t in New York. WTF? How could it be anywhere else?
2.Sometimes I see people in Midtown and wonder if they’re human or corporate robots. I kind of want to throw water at them to see if they’ll short out. I don’t mean anyone I work with, more the people with whom I wait in line for lunch or work out. I couldn’t look away from a woman in Pilates class this week. She had perfect blunt bangs and her hair swept in a perfect bun. Her workout attire probably cost more than my 9-5 outfit. She was in my elevator out and stared straight ahead in her perfect suit. Pretty sure she was a well-dressed robot. Oh, and the Pilates teacher gave options for people who didn’t want to mess up their hair. For real!
3.Sometimes I see people with personality to spare in Midtown. That pleasantly surprises me.
4.The other day we had a story about free slices of Domino’s pizza. My first thought was, “it can’t be worth eating. I’d rather pay $4 for the good stuff on the corner.”
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