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Posted by  NYC diary on March 07, 2003 at 06:52:05:

In New York City Recently, Subway fares have risen 50 cents. We have a disconnected billionaire mayor and 20 million dollar restaurants on the bowery. Unbridled homogenization of every part of Manhattan. Unrelenting immigration. I've had it with NYC. I'm glad I lived there thru the eighties and roaring nineties, those were good times. I've had a daring and rewarding career practising architecture in the greatest American city, but now I am leaving for the country. I leave behind a few significant buildings, of which Im proud but, Farewell, my freinds. Oh, did I mention that as of March 31, smoking is banned in bars. A great cultural shift is occuring here in NYC, and I don't want any part of it. Also, once that asshole Bush brings us to war, we are sitting ducks. a cold shiver. bye again.

 
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