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New York City, the traffic and streets at night

post #1 of 17
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Went to the city the other night, and made a short video of it. While watching it you'll get the feeling your right there in the city.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-G1NgPU3Umk
post #2 of 17
Was that your hubby in the car talking to you? I was laughing so hard at some of those comments Too funny!!!
post #3 of 17
The New York at Night Destruction Derby.
Follow the bike.
Glad you survived.
post #4 of 17
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Was that your hubby in the car talking to you?

Lol your WAYYY off!

That was my Grandfather talking to my Mother. And yes his comments are hilarious arent they? When someone honks he yells "oh blow it out your rectum" I wish I got that on tape!

Oh wait I did get him saying that! Watch this older video I made at 1:45
url]ttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kBfKYyIO7P4[/url]

Follow the bike.

Yeah I saw a special on those guys you see riding in the middle of the road causing accidents, so I was looking to get a few on video and succeded.

Did you see that biker drive right in front of that cop! I was hoping to get him being pulled over but I guess anything goes in the city.
post #5 of 17
Oh my gawd!! You guys sound sooo Lawng Island!! (I'm from Westbury, so I know!! Left after 35 years.)
post #6 of 17
Wow! I've never seen so many Taxi Cabs in my life!!
post #7 of 17
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Yes we are from Long Island, how did you know. LOL
We had to pick someone up in the city, but i've been there many times before. In my life i've visited the Empire State Building,Museum Of Natural History, and Central Park.

And yes taxis should be called the official NYC car.

Would you believe in some states people think NY is all the city, not alot of people know of Long Island, and they think were rich if we come from NY. It's just the fact we pay like the highest taxes thats were all the money goes to.
post #8 of 17
Oh my goodness those bikers are crazy!!!! I would never ride my bikes on those roads!
post #9 of 17
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Would you believe in some states people think NY is all the city, not alot of people know of Long Island, and they think were rich if we come from NY. It's just the fact we pay like the highest taxes thats were all the money goes to.
I know what your talking about. That big chunk of land sort or North West of the city must be part of Canada or something....
post #10 of 17
You could not pay me enough to live in NYC! I would love to visit, but not if I have to drive. I would get a taxi and close my eyes until I get where I wanted to go!

I hate big cities. Give me country roads any day.
post #11 of 17
You are brave people. There are a lot of things I know about NY.

1. NYC drivers are crazy.

2. The state of NY insurance rates are insane.

3. If I ever lived in NYC I'd sell my car in a heart beat.
post #12 of 17
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When someone honks he yells "oh blow it out your rectum" .
I must remember to use that line sometime

I thought our city centre was busy with 2 lanes and that's the reason i won't learn to drive, but that would really stress me out
post #13 of 17
I'd give almost anything to be able to live in New York City. The traffic wouldn't bother me....I live in LA.
post #14 of 17
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I think the worst part about NY (other than high taxes and crowded neighborhoods) Is that it produces ALOT of toxic waste and fumes. You cant even see the stars in the city from all the smog.
post #15 of 17
When Rob & I visited NYC over the summer, we both decided we would NEVER drive through Some crazyness on the roads there! Just walking across the street could have been dancing with a hospital visit. But we both also agreed that NYC is an amazing place, almost like a world of it's own. We can't wait to go back and visit again. [We walked from Penn Station to Central Park, then stopped by the Empire State Building and took A LOT of pictures].
post #16 of 17
How long does it take to get from Babylon to Manhattan? I just get chills of excitment at the thought of moving to New York City. I live in Los Angeles, and it can't hold a candle to New York.
post #17 of 17
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It took about an hour to get there with no traffic, but with traffic at its worst it could take 2 hours the least.
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