Now I'm framed as a Maloney apologist. Meh. →
Yes, I did say “bring home the bacon,” but in my defense, it was 8:30 in the morning. I was hungry!
I have never jumped so high in my shower as I did...
It could’ve been a slip-and-fall situation. But you know what? Even if I had broken a leg, I still would’ve worn that shit-eating grin all the way to the emergency room.
I'm always good for a sound bite. →
(See the last quote at the bottom.)
fullcredit replied to your photo: Our company coffee machine is a little too excited… WE HAVE THIS TOO AND I WAS THINKING THE EXACT SAME THING!!! PS have you made the Milky Way thing yet? Divine. I haven’t yet! I’ve been meaning to. I’m still feeling a little slow right now… maybe I’ll go have one now.
I wonder how much more traffic Brew York, New York...
Another Facebook warning
If you add a new network (like, say, a work network), Facebook automatically defaults to allow everyone in that network to view your entire profile and photos - even if your previous privacy settings restricted viewing of these things to a much stricter level. Good thing I caught this. Not that there’s anything I really need to hide from my co-workers, but I also don’t need them...
Primary Day update: there were more news reporters...
I, Mr. Always Careful on the Internet, has been...
Ugh. I am red in the face.
Hope you can make it to my trivia night tomorrow! →
Politicians Duck Blame for Transit Mess →
Since taking over the top job at the authority in September 2009, MTA Chief Executive Jay Walder has tried to cut costs at an agency that traditionally has been criticized as bloated and inefficient. That effort resulted in $525 million in annual savings. Food for thought for those who blame the MTA alone for their financial problems.
I'm hosting trivia at Destination on Tuesday. →
Here’s the Facebook invite. Come play!