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"This city is going to hell! That used to be a parking lot."
"Don't stop, I don't want to talk to you."
"Larry! Swine flu!"
Tags:swine fly, bird flu, flying pig, flying pigs, pigs might fly, feed the birds, feeding the birds, vermin, bird, birds, pigeon, pigeon, disease, diseases, disease carrier, disease carriers, city park, city parks, city life, modern times, modern life, modern attitudes, mythical creature, mythical creatures, low risk
"I've had to be both mother and father to them."
Tags:parent, parents, parenting, children, child, single parent, single parents, divorce, divorced, single father, single fathers, single-father, single-fathers, child of divorce, family, families, non-traditional family, non-traditional families, raising children, raising a child, solo parenting, solo parents, park, parks, city park, city parks, social worker, social workers, overcoming obstacles, overcoming, overcome, nuclear family, nuclear families, widower, widowers
"What's gray and dumpy and sits on a park bench?"
Tags:ageism, ageist, ageists, pigeon, pigeons, city, cities, city park, city parks, urban, urban life, city life, central park, vermin, telling a joke, telling jokes, feed the bird, feeding the birds, feed the pigeons, feeding the pigeons, insult, insulting, insulted, insults, park bench, park benches, affront, affronts, affronted, affronting, rude, rudeness
"May I recommend the pumpkin seeds to starts?"
Tags:pigeon, pigeons, vermin, park, parks, city park, city parks, new york, new york city, ny, nyc, feed the birds, feeding the birds, feed the pigeons, feeding the pigeons, restaurateur, waiter, waiters, restaurant owner, restaurant owners, central park, manhattan, serve, serving, eating out, dining out, pumpkin seed, pumpkin seeds, bird seed, bird feed, overkill, over-kill, over do, over done, over-do, over done, excess, excessive, making a fuss, city, cities, urban, urban life, city life
THE PIED PIPER OF GRAMERCY PARK
Tags:pied piper, the pied piper, the pied piper of hamelin, rats, vermin, rat, city, cities, city life, urban, urban life, gramercy park, city park, city parks, park, parks, new york, new york city, nyc, ny, manhattan, fairy story, fairy stories, fairy tales, fairy tales, coming home, going home, modern life, modern times
"I thought he was a friend of yours."
Tags:squirrel, squirrels, friend, friends, stranger, strangers, overworked, overworking, crazy, going crazy, going mad, climbing trees, interloper, interlopers, intrude, intruding, intrusion, intrusions, park, parks, city park, city parks, city life, public park, public parks, offices, office job, office jobs, office work, office worker, office workers
"Wow, you're right—this is hard."
"I have every confidence that he'll eventually drop some crumbs."
Tags:politician, politicians, pigeon, pigeons, feeding the birds, feed the birds, city, cities, city life, urban life, city park, city parks, lunch, lunch break, lunch time, optimism, optimistic, hopeful, hopefulness, confident, confidence, reassurance, reassurances, political reassurance, political reassurances, business talk, business speak, business jargon, business man, business men, businessman, businessmen, businessperson, business people
People with pet dogs in a dog park with workout equipment for dogs.
Tags:dog, dogs, dog park, dog parks, city, city park, city parks, fit, workout, workouts, fitness, health, health and fitness, dog health, dog fitness, exercise, exercise equipment, cardio, cardio equipment, stationary bikes, treadmill, gym, gyms, treadmills, running, biking, outdoors, recreation, parks and recreation, dog walker, dog walkers, dog walking
"When they built this, Jeremy, parks didn't have themes."
Tags:park, parks, city park, city parks, public park, public parks, central park, common, commons, garden, gardens, landscaper, landscaping, children, child, questions children ask, childhood, parents, parenthood, family outing, family outings, amusement park, amusement parks, theme park, theme parks, carnival, carnivals, public space, public spaces, new york, new york city, nyc, naive, naiveté, nuclear family, nuclear families, history
This patch of weeds sponsored by City Greens
City Park - your tax dollars at play.
Then and Now: Building over parks.
Man Reading story 'U.F.O. Sighted' with alien peeking over his shoulder.
In memory of John D. Lane - Inventor of those little twisty things used to keep bread fresh.
Man feeding the birds at the park is eaten alive.
'Free,that means it's no good'
'Hey, want to go to the beach ...I mean ...the birdbath?'
Graffiti Reads: Your Great Grandmother