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Gripe of the Day

In Gripes, Life on June 21, 2012 at 11:13 am

For the love of god, please stop calling my phone with a fax machine. If I ever find you, I will end you.

Gripe of the Day

In Gripes, Life on June 14, 2012 at 9:04 am

While I respect the fact that you’re tired and out of shape, please don’t stop at the top of stairs. People are behind you. Thanks.

Gripe of the Day

In Gripes on March 31, 2011 at 9:18 am

People who slow down on the stairs exiting the subway because it’s raining. You knew it was raining when you got on the train – why didn’t you have your umbrella ready when you left the train?

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christmas card ’06

In Gripes, Life on December 21, 2006 at 8:00 am
maybe next year i’ll send out hard copies, but this year i’m digital:

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of course the subway stations can’t be climate controlled.

In Gripes, Life on March 2, 2006 at 9:25 pm
and to top it all off, i get up today and it’s snowing.



can’t the subway stations be climate controlled, too?

In Gripes, Life on February 28, 2006 at 6:28 pm
As I was bundling up this morning to step outside and endure the sub-freezing New York weather, just as I have every day for the past week, I happened to cruise by the television where, between the non-stop coverage of Mardi Gras ’06, the weather man had taken a moment to breakdown the after-effects of the cold front that just swept east; Today’s high in Dallas: 74. Tomorrow’s high: 80.

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Don’t Fuck da Police; Fuck da T.W.U.

In Gripes, Life on December 21, 2005 at 1:09 am
As many of you already know, New York City is currently stuck in the middle of the first transit strike in a quarter century. The executive board of Local 100 of the Transit Workers Union, which represents 33,000 transit workers in New York, voted 28 to 10 in favor of a strike, and have since shut down the city’s entire public transportation system, thus leaving the seven million people who ride the subway and buses every day literally out in the cold.

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