On Saturday night, 38-year-old New York City driver Thad Hanks honked his car horn while cruising down W 35th Street, sparking a miles long symphony of honking horns throughout the city. “It was kind of a freeing experience, actually,” said Hanks in a press conference Sunday. Initially, Hanks honked his car horn when the car in front of him stopped at a red light. “I’ll admit I was frustrated that this person in front of me would dare to obey traffic laws.” However, his frustration soon turned to pure joy when the truck driver next to him joined in with a series of rapid honks. Continue reading “NYC Driver Honks Horn, Sparks Street Wide Movement”
Having lived in New York a short time, I don’t yet feel like a total expert on all things NYC. However, if there’s one thing I’ve discovered I’m an expert in as a newbie, it’s getting lost. Most recently, I got utterly and completely lost inside the 42nd St subway station in Times Square. Here’s my step-by-step guide on how I did it, so you too may get utterly and completely lost inside the 42nd St subway station. All you need for this tutorial are:
You’ve seen lists detailing the best slices of pizza and must-see attractions, but what about the top trash piles? As I continue to explore this magnificent city, I’ve seen a range of trash piles—nay, mountains—and I’ve decided to rank them all for you, from least to most impressive.
A Styrofoam Container with a Plastic Straw
While this trash gets points for buoyancy (I mean, look at those lightweight items floatin’ around in that little puddle), it fails to generate the magnitude of a full-fledged pile of garbage. It’s like when someone tries to coordinate a flash mob, and only one of their friends shows up to participate. It’s just sad and a little desperate. Still, I’m all for rooting for an underdog, so maybe I shouldn’t judge these guys just yet.