It rained tonight unexpectedly and this is how I dealt with it. When I say unexpectedly, I mean the forecast called for rain but when I looked outside this morning (i.e. 1pm), it was nice and sunny so I decided to ignore the advice of the people who went to meteorological school for four years because I didn’t want to carry an umbrella. Let this picture be a cautionary tale to those who contemplate being equally lazy on a potentially rainy day. Speaking of weather, it’s going to be a balmy 90 degrees in LA on Saturday but a far more spring-like 72 here in Manhattan. I don’t know what gods were so angered they made NY weather better than LA’s, but whatever you guys are up to, keep it going!
Pardon my California French, but what the fuck is this? People come from all over the world to feast upon the nirvana known as New York Pizza. Why would any New Yorker in their right mind want to turn their stomachs over to the West Coast’s pale imitation? Attention NY: if you really want to try California pizza, here’s what you do:
- Scrape all the cheese and sauce off two slices of NY heaven and slap them together. This will approximate the crust thickness of the Angelino slice.
- Dip a paint brush in a bottle of old, moldy Ragu and very gently trace a super thin layer of sauce on top of the slice. If you can taste it, you’ve used too much.
- Go to the 99 cent store, grab a can of spray cheese and unload the whole thing as the top layer.
- Microwave on high for 90 seconds.
- Let sit under a heat lap for six hours.
Seriously, if anyone in NY is even contemplating as slice of California Pizza, Wired put it best when they said: It costs $482.79 to get a decent pizza in San Francisco — $17 for the pie, $85 for cab fare, and $378.80 for the flight to New York. Read the full story here (thanks to Shane for sending in the link!).
I saw this guy near Times Square last night. Gotta love the sense of humor of NY’s homeless. If they ever got together and did standup they’d kill. And yes, I gave the guy a dollar to take his picture (and some cookies, because Starbuck’s wouldn’t give me change of a $20 unless I bought something). Fascists.
Went to MOMA today to check out Take your time: Olafur Eliasson, a new exhibition of immersive environments constructed from light and color. This unretouched photo is just one example of the cool stuff you’ll be able to see if you go between now and June 30 (and you should). If you have any clue how to use your camera you’ll be able to get some incredible images… here are just a few of the ones I got: