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Manhattan Extended, 1922

Thanks the Rock, who likes the idea that “Staten Island, now isolated, will become as accessible as Brooklyn.” I am a bit more turned on by the phrase “lineal miles for new wharves” but it’s a tantalizing idea either way.

Well it’s a little complicated—see, a guy posted this cop/bondage picture today while Cooper was on site in devastated Joplin, Missouri; someone tweeted that “the @andersoncooper shot is #photoshopped.” Cooper, thinking (I presume) the guy was implying that images of destruction in Joplin were (for some reason) manipulated shot back “You are a Moron.” Likely all a big misunderstanding, and explained in more detail at Gawker. But I do like it when Anderson’s claws come out, and I would like to see him drop the […]

From, a site that campaigns for sex workers’ rights (slogan “Sex workers need human rights, not legal wrongs”). Extremely… interesting. I may smirk at Ireland for its Catholic repression, but I don’t imagine I’ll see anything like this on construction-site walls in NYC. One to grow on: Irish sex workers are really cute!

In 1971, assorted bin Laden brothers, sisters, and cousins visited Falun, Sweden, while one of the elder brothers conducted business with Volvo. Which one is Osama? Answer here.

From Comics with Problems, “Dignity and Respect: A Training Guide on Homosexual Conduct Policy”. The nitty gritty of the awkward protocols dictated by a bizarre policy told in comic book form — it ain’t exactly Sgt. Rock. Actually, it may be Sgt. Rock — we’re didn’t inquire re: Sgt.’s hardness and if we knew we wouldn’t tell.

Anatomy of the city

On the subway today trying to explain the MTA map to the curious kid. Looking at it anew, I noticed — not that I shared this with him — yeah, it does look like a shlong, doesn’t it? All in all it was a nice visit to the Upper East Urethra but I’m glad to be home in west Bozack. [Image from Subway Art Blog.]

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