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07-19-2006, 05:44 AM
welll me and a few buddies of mine were planning a road trip to new york jus to be able to say weve been somewhere...
this morning i was watching the today show and one of the top stories is: man on a new york subway gets attacked by another man with two power saws....:confused:
my lil wisconsin but would get eaten up there lol. i guess ill just stick to the twin cities lol all tho i am 6'3 im still only 15 lol.
anyone else ever been to the big apple?:p
07-19-2006, 06:11 AM
Yes I have! My wife is from there. You really should go. It all depends on the areas you visit. You will not get attacked by the Chainsaw Maniac! Think of the amount of people in the city. There is bound to be a few crazy nuts in the bunch. Do not let that set you back from seeing one of the greatest cities in the world! (please note that I said one of the greatest not THE greatest trollz :p )
Side note: Maybe you might get into the Cash Cab. If you do not know what I am talking about watch the Discovery Channel and you will see.
The world is bigger than MN/WI. If you do come to the twin cities though hit up Chino Latino's. It is in Uptown by the theater. Great food/Great Atmosphere and just plain fun. I was there again last night for my little sis's 21st.
GO TO THE BIG APPLE!!!:D
07-19-2006, 06:41 AM
i dunno, they just made the museum of complaints there in new york, sounds like emo capital to me.
07-19-2006, 07:50 AM
Better Emo then gangster LOL.... Atleast they are killing themself and not anyone else....
6'3 and 15..... Big boy... You should be able to take care of your self
07-19-2006, 08:08 AM
LOL originally from good ol NJ. Right over the bridge from NYC.
I used to go to NY to bar hop and hang out all the time. It is not that bad. Just know where not to go and don't wear an "I heart NY" t-shirt looking up at all the buildings with your camera around your neck holding the subway map :) :) :)
But you should go. NYC is great and you should go there at least once in your life...
07-19-2006, 08:09 AM
ya i guess u could say it runs in the family...my brother (jsut turned 18) is 6'9 and wears a size 24 shoes :D
07-19-2006, 11:44 AM
NYC isnt anything special, but I guess if you must go visit a few pizzarias, see the statue (thats is alot smaller then you would think) and watch a show on broadway. Thats all there is to do there.
07-19-2006, 12:20 PM
Hit Chicago first...
07-19-2006, 12:42 PM
Just put a little dirt on your face, get some old ragged clothes from the Salvation Army and continually talk to yourself......answer yourself too, and no one will mess with you. For even a better effect, throw a bunch of garbage in a shopping cart and push it around. Certainly not a babe magnet but you'll live to tell the tale -
07-19-2006, 12:51 PM
I want to head to New York sometime before they turn Yankee stadium into a museum and build the new stadium. My wife and I are thinking of a trip there sometime soon, but not sure if we want to take the girls or not.
Chicago is in the works as well.....but I don't know a lot about Chicago.
07-19-2006, 05:49 PM
dont worry about it
i got a friend thats like 6'7"(no im not kidding) and only 15
hes like Robin Williams and Shaq comined
cept hes not mullato
07-19-2006, 05:54 PM
full story, theyre probibly just "expressing their feelings" by using the mans face as the canvas and a golf club as their paint brush.....
07-19-2006, 06:05 PM
We just got back last weekend. It's ok in the daytime, just head back to your hotel before dark. You have to see the American museum of science and history. There's a hayden planetarium in it also; pay the extra quid to see it. I really dug the aztec and mayan stone sculptures & carvings. The t-rex, wooly mammoth, and bronto were cool too. The place takes up several city blocks and is impossible to see all in one day. Oh yeah, there's a 2 story inside open area that has a whale hanging from the ceiling to the 1st floor, really impressive.
07-20-2006, 02:21 PM
New york also has a lot of hot ladies in skirts & heels walking everywhere- no one drives. Lots of eye candy ftw.