Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by DogStar69, Mar 16, 2016.
Pole or disgust.
Lived there 14 months. Upper West Side. 1990-1991. Three story walk up. Key West Diner, Hunan Balcony, Hot & Crusty, Ernie's, Murray's Sturgeon Shop....... Good times. Newly married, no kids.
I've been there. I prefer suburbia.
I grew up in NJ so I would take the train and Path train into the city when I was younger. I also drove in sometimes which is a nightmare both traffic wise and parking wise and taxis coming at you.
Been there a few times, but was there in Chelsea a few weeks ago. Love it. Went to eat at One World Trade. Expensive but worth it just to see.
Spend lots of time in down town Chicago for work. That's good enough for me.
Been once. It was fun.
Got my first hand job from a possible tranny in one of the peep booths in Times Square when I was 15 years old. Got served when I was 13 in another spot. Times Square was a magical place as a kid from central Jersey.
How come you can get a Denver boot any place else but Denver?
I always like driving in Manhattan. Crazy but true.
Lived here all my life..Used to be a great city..now it's a corporate/tourist Disnyland with high taxes, cops on every corner and gentrifying hipster neighborhoods with rents through the roof...it lost its soul.. now it's time to get the F out
I do everyday.
No im not a cabby
It's all about giving tickets to people going to work. Everyone else is cool. Assholes
Do they have a Chili's™?
Yes, for work, it was kind of dirty. Chicago is very clean by comparison, save the bodies and pools of blood.
Am I under oath?