Gothamist named this (Spot by Donald Lipski) “NYC’s Greatest Sculpture” before it was fully installed. Later, I noticed they hadn’t updated this 2016 post about NYC’s Best Public Art Pieces. (I posted a photo taken with my camera’s wide angle lens on Instagram. This is with the normal lens.)
I have to admit this was pretty funny.
This is for the guy who asked me to further explain my blog to him after I said “It’s just a stupid blog.”
Now is the winter of our sports enthusiasm. We hate basketball because it’s ruled by tall people and the scores are too high. (Think about it.) Football is over and we only like it when the local team wins, and half the time it’s a field goal in the last two minutes. Congratulations to the New York Giants. We like volleyball somewhat but no network TV will deign to cover that even though it’s the number two sport in Brazil.
Here at mchuge.net, we like baseball. Baseball has no time limit. It has lots of rules but time is hardly ever called for foul play and there are no foul shots. It’s played practically every day. Greatness is earned over long stretches of time. Blah blah.
On that note, here are some shots of Yankee Stadium in the snow. I don’t claim to be a Yankee snob although they are my team. If you beat them, more power to you. These photos are offered so we may all look forward to baseball in April.
PS: I can’t believe Roger Waters sold out two nights of performing The Wall here. That’s like the blocked leading the blockers.
I lost my second set of keys on this very night before christmas. If you have them, please drop them in the mail because I had a bunch of barcoded coupon things that all have my address and phone number. Don’t worry, I’ll have another set made up if you threw them in the dumpster.
Not sure why people would want to.
Traded so many mom jokes tonight. Eck. I’m just working through what I’m going to show.
It’s the difference between world peace and sticking your head in the sand.
Still waiting for those frames.