Monthly Archives: July 2006

Coney Island, Pt. 4

There’s probably an official name for this, but basically just off the main strip of Coney Island’s boardwalk, a congregation of peeps were gathered to celebrate freedom and mourn those that died when slave ships crossed over to America. I witnessed many people in t-shirts demanding reparations for slavery, and equal numbers of curious onlookers. […]
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Public service announcement

I don’t usually write anything worth reading, but if there’s one thing you should pay attention to, it’s this: Syrian-American psychologist Wafa Sultan condemns Islamic fundamentalism on Al-Jazeera, calling Muslims “primitive” and believing in the “supernatural”: It is a clash between civilization and backwardness, between the civilized and the primitive, between barbarity and rationality. It […]
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West 4th Courts

The famed Nike-sponsored basketball courts at W 4th St. and 6th Ave. Not exactly as cool as Boogie‘s, but I was standing behind a fence, with a wide angle lens. What can you do?  
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Marco, the summer fling.

Oh, you handsome devil you. For context, read this entry.
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