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May 19, 2008

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bartleby

I think the bare minimum is to have at least one part of a display mannequin somewhere in view in your domicile.

Norm

Someone should play some Santogold on WFMU some time.

trouble

i've been playing santogold for several weeks now.

trouble

and so has hot rod, dj rupture, trent and noah...

illlich

"...my quick turn of Philadelphia events left me thinking that living away from the too fast motion grid of NYC isn't such a bad thing."

Yeah, well, NYC isn't the center of the universe, despite what everyone New Yorker thinks. To quote the great Rakim Allah: "It ain't where you're from, it's where you're at." (Which I always interpreted as "It's not your physical location, but your spiritual.")

footcandle

How does "The City that loves you back" sound? Although, I don't know if it's still in vogue.

You are being hard. NYC is like Mecca for trendy. It's not an apples to apples comparison. How about surveying Trenton? Now there's a vacuous city. And it ain't because of the trendy.

Freda Kahlo?

trouble

i guess i didn't make myself quite clear. I was actually enchanted with Philadelphia...and am distressed that New York has lost some of its' New Yorkness and replaced that with just the "new".

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