1) A secret cabal organized on the internet to pull the strings of a global online group, without tipping their hands to members of said group.
2) Any member of said group
We need people in the streets of every major city in less than two weeks. Someone get marblecake on this.
gouverneur It is a small town of about 6,000 located in St. Lawrence County. Second largest county east of the Missippi. Quite, not much business, 100 miles north of Syracuse NY. It is located on the Oswegatchie river with nice fishing and also in the numorous lakes nearby. Founder of the famous LifeSaver candy was from Gouverneur. Adirondack park and 1000 Islands less than 30 minutes away. We have a hospital (E.J. Noble) along w/ several small businesses and a large employer and the corporate offices of (Kinney Drugs) which has stores in several states, a prison that employs around 500. A papermill, 2 steel fabrication mills (one that is furnishing steel for GROUND ZERO) and dairy farms. Has a high school along w/ 3 elementary schools. Nice town check it out
Largest city in Europe, with a population of over 10,000,000. Former capital of the USSR, now capital of the Russian Federation.
The city is built in a series of rings surrounding the Kremlin, a massive medieval fortress in the center of the city which contains several palaces, cathedrals, and government buildings.
The subway system is the world's most used, and also one of the most extensive. Its beautifully decorated, spacious stations often feature opulent marble floors and crystal chandeliers. The city itself is experiencing a period of economic boom, with office rents skyrocketing and new apartment towers shooting up like weeds. Despite this, many in the city suffer from low living conditions, and much the rest of Russia has been left behind. The metropolis suffers from high pollution and glacial traffic, but is quickly rising to its place as one of the premier cities of Europe.
The winters in Moscow are incredibly cold.
The odd man out of the New York City boroughs. Staten Island is west of the Hudson and should be considered part of New Jersey. Kind of like how Marble Hill is on the mainland but is part of Manhattan. Go figure.
Growing up in Yonkers, Staten Island was like the moon: a shithole, no reason to there, feels a lot farther than it actually is, a place you see and hear about but still seems mythical.
|12.||skateboarding is not a crime|
n. The urban skater's one-line manifesto. Frequently heard blurted out by skateboarding juveniles arrested for vandalism by means of a skateboard, truancy, or marijuana use.
Strictly speaking, the act of personal locomotion on a four-wheeled board is not a crime in any jurisdiction in the United States. However, many cities have outlawed skateboarding on public edifices because it results in destructive grinding and causes injuries, the costs for both of which are borne by the taxpayer.
Furthermore, the culture associated with skateboarding youth is widely held to be a celebration of delinquency: marijuana use, rebellion against authority, truancy, and other problems are known to be prevalent in these juvenile populations. While this is no reason to discriminate against skateboarding in general, it sure doesn't help the image of the activity in the public's eye.
(A boy, about 12 years of age, with long bleached hair and extremely wide corduroy flare pants, is recklessly grinding his way down the outdoor staircase in front of Town Hall on a skateboard.)
Police Officer: "Young man, did I just see you skating down that marble staircase?"
Boy: (stares sullenly at ground) "Skateboarding is not a crime."
Officer: "Take those headphones off while I'm talking to you. Now what does that sign say right there?"
Sign: "Skateboarding on Town Hall property is subject to max. fine of $250 or 90 days in jail by order of City Rev. Code 08-2776."
Boy (fidgeting): "I dunno. Skateboarding is not a crime."
Officer: "And what's this? Did I just see a dime bag fall out of your pocket?"
Boy (crying): "Skateboarding is not a crime."
A chinese restaurant... horrible food, good alchohol. Known for their tequila and 151 shots, adios mother fuckers, and long island ice teas taken on their green faux marble tables. Employees included Wing, Avon, and Mr. Tommy himself. They served to every single teenager in new york city until- tear - they were shut down by the police because of a freshman (who will remain unnamed) who told his mom about it. RIP chef t's!
we have no where to go. let's go to chef's! damn that Wing is hot. Tommy gives me weird looks... AWESOME.
One of New York City's oldest neighbrohoods. Harlem has history. I mean mad history. Harlem is a famous neighborhood that homed many famous people, and I don't mean these whack-ass rap artists. The layout in Harlem has many pre-war row houses, apartment buildings and many other type of housings. There is also A LOT of famous places in this neighborhood, which varies through restaurants to arts & music to cultural places. Very well known to the famous Apallo Theater. Streets are named after famous people as well, such as 'Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard' and 'Malcolm X Avenue'. Harlem also has neighboring districts such as 'East Harlem, 'Sugar Hill', 'Hamilton Heights', 'Marble Hill' and many others. Neighborhoods near Harlem would be 'Washington Heights', 'Inwood' and the 'Upper East Side'.
However, Harlem was completely ruined by crime after the '40s. Crime went up to a huge %70, but in the past few years the neighborhood has gotten better and crime went down %64 thanks to (former) Mayor Roudolf Guiliani and (present) Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
Harlem is a great place to visit.