|NancyDrewFan123 - 2013-04-27 |
You can tell this is old because working class people left their home in Manhattan.
|Spaceman Africa - 2013-04-27 |
And we used to sleep on the beach here, sleep overnight, they don't do that anymore.
My sister lives in Bensonhurst, which is about three stops from Coney Island. The trains are very nice, now. D.C.'s are still about as bad as they are here in Atlanta.
I should probably clarify that Atlanta's trains aren't necessarily grimy or dystopic by any means, it's just the whole system is shit from top to bottom.
Do I win any Internet points for getting the reference?
Aww. But I was so close to having enough for x-ray specs.
|jangbones - 2013-04-27 |
it took me a second to recognize Michael Musto, because he looks like everyone in the 1980s
kid, if you are going to lay on that bench, please put a shirt on
|animegurl1000 - 2013-04-28 |
I'll never complain about Cleveland's metro rail cars again. They're older than this video (built in 1984, I believe) yet they still don't look as run-down or dystopic as the ones here.
|deadpan - 2013-04-28 |
Ah, this takes me back. NYC is so clean today it's almost a different city.
|Rodents of Unusual Size - 2013-04-28 |
Totally diggin the guy in the dress. He is apparently straight from the video description and does not give. A. Shit.
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