Thanks for the reminder, random vandal. I’ll stop at Anna Maria on the way home.

On my way to work from my laptop at my local third-wave coffee shop with free WiFi, I spotted these guys setting up the signage for what’s to be a five story warehouse of appropriated subcultural artifacts sold to tourists and post-condo build neighborhood inhabitants as authentically sourced from Brooklyn signifiers of cool, and took a photo with my prosumer point and shoot camera.

On my way to work from my laptop at my local third-wave coffee shop with free WiFi, I spotted these guys setting up the signage for what’s to be a five story warehouse of appropriated subcultural artifacts sold to tourists and post-condo build neighborhood inhabitants as authentically sourced from Brooklyn signifiers of cool, and took a photo with my prosumer point and shoot camera.

I was called for jury service today. I was recused and did not have to sit through and vote or whatever on the outcome of a trial. They accepted my wholly legitimate excuse that I’m self-employed and thereby would not recover the lost wages from not working while I listened to what I could have just as easily watched on some rerun of Law and Order.

Christmas tree in public garbage can

It that a wrecking ball? Wrecking balls are heavy. How could one wash up on shore? Maybe I’ve just never been in the park at a time when nature would let me notice this; the tide was very low when I arrived. Or maybe this is an old buoy. It probably is, right? That would make more sense – it would be light enough to wash up somewhere and it would belong near the water because it likely was in the water before the beaching.

Somebody etched “Heart NYC” in the snow near the shore