Does Time Make a Difference?

There seems to be a general theme in New York City. After living in the City for a year and a half I believe that the general theme of the city is that a few minutes can actually make a difference in the grand scheme of things.

I was trying to get on a subway to go home this evening and in the City tradition of ‘Sardines in a can’ people were cramming into the subway car, just as the conductor made the announcement that there was a train directly behind the one i was on. However, people kept cramming in, even though there was a train minutes away.

My message to the people of New York: Slow down, take the next train, pad in some extra time to walk to work – a little slower. SLOW DOWN – enjoy life!

You’ll thank me later!

  • Matt

    I think the bold font was a nice touch bogey. But I think you went a little overboard with the slanty letters…. a little too much if you ask me. Anyways, I love cramming into the subway, you can totally “accidentally” bump into some pretty hot girls, or guys, depending on which way you swing. Cram in, take a chance, make sure you stand next to a hottie – grab a little booty.

  • ‘The Bogus’

    I believe the ‘slanty letters’ are called italics, my friend. And yes, it may have been overboard…

    Does your girlfriend know about your ‘stand next to a hottie – grab a little booty’ policy?

    Let’s hope she doesn’t read this post – although I’m almost positive she will.

    T.B.

  • ben

    First of all, I’ll thank you sooner–Thank you!

    Second, there’s a word (besides perv) for guys who “accidentally” brush up against women in crowded places but I can’t remember what it is.