Title says it all. Another cut from the deep butt
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Steven Weinberg, 43, of Flushing, a patrolman who retired from the NYPD in 2001 after hurting his leg, is the notorious “Neo” — one of the peskiest subway taggers of the 1980s.
This is a pretty crazy story. Neo ran with RIS crew for a long while, and did a lot of damage on the 7 Line. Funny how this story is only coming out now when he was apparently arrested and charged for being Neo nearly a year ago. Too many things can be read into this story…
Dididididididididididi DIE. (For maximum viewing pleasure, open new tab and click back here…
“I’ve got a spic fist so you can get dissed”.
NYC needs to be rebooted. Our political machine process is stuck in an infinite loop, whereby the Bloomberg-Developer-DOT-Wall Street complex continues to throw viral code at the population – corrupting our ability to survive in our homes and on our streets. The error messages – people killing themselves in front of trains, mom and pop stores being flushed out for sprawlmart, and rampant NYPD Quotaism and pepper spraying abuse, are generally ignored and suppressed in the media.
NYC is like using a Micorsoft product. It usually appears ok on the surface, until without warning you’re punched in the face with a system crash that destroys everything you worked for.
This is NYC 2011. These are the Slaps to the monitor telling you it’s time to reboot.
Don’t worry, the kicking and punching is coming.
Surely you’re not done talking about those F5 slaps right?
- Will Wurth on The abandoned Willow Lake trail, in Flushing Meadow Corona Park.
- Carlos R. Edwards on How to signal to an NYC subway to stop (in case of emergency)
- This guy on Smith’s Dungeon
- Ga Blue on 10 most disgusting abandoned places in NYC.
- nailhed on Miami Marine Stadium