Friday, May 29, 2009

Looking For Those Club Gitmo Lefties

World Can't Wait, Code name 'em ...they were there. Grand Central to the Union League Club. Caterwalling about Bushes War and Club Gitmo. Marching to The Union League to continue the palintive cries of "Shame of you-o-o-o-o" in 'honor' of a dinner honoring General Petraeus.

This is in four parts as the Leftards love to preach and preach and PREACH their usual lies and propaganda....

Part 1

Orange people...looking for Orange people in Grand Central Rush Hour...Part 1 is the arrival .Parts 2 and 3 'fireworks"as some of the rush hour public is just a tad annoyed with these Leftards. Then Part 4 as the 'detainees' march to the Union League Club.

Part 2

Those orange people do go and on...caught in a time warp, they just aren't happy unless they can be very VERY UN-happy...but the crowd gets bored and some get fed-up and dare tp it seems more like 'playtime' for some leftards...?

Part 3

The long-winded and dead-headed Lefties prattle on....pouring the kool-aid for those dumb enough to drink it...Is there any country they do like?!

Part 4 (It may still be processing)

Ladies and Gentleman the LEFTARDS have left the building. As they marched over to the Union League Club (carrying their waterboards) and where they met up with Patriots who were there to greet General Petraeus. God Bless America!

And a few pictures as well (click the thumbnail)
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But just a few as we were busy with the video of these Club Gitmo retards...

Calling All terrorists ! Club Gitmo welcomes you-o-o-o-o

The water? She is the on-the-house!

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Memorial Day 2009 in the Herald Square NoGo Zone

The Mayor turned Times Square and Herald Square into NoGo Zones. But at Herald Square many cyclists were sailing through these pedestrian zones...accidents waiting to happen on unsuspecting walkers. Then we headed back to Times Square(see previous posts)

The bikes are gonna be history around here? Weird...losing the fence that we can see...

Enough of this Non-Event, they didn't even get any chairs in Herald we headed back to Times Square

The rest of the pictures of the Herald Square NoGo Zone are here>>

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Memorial Day 2009 in the Times Square "NoGo" Zones

More than once it was easy to lose track of where you were; buses and bikes suddenly have the right of way and you think you're in a safe-zone: NOT good.

Next post will be on the Herald Square "NoGo" Zone. There we fear the bikes are gonna hit some one hard as the bikes went sailing through in both directions in what was supposed to be pedestrian-friendly: NOT!

And...the natives are so NOT HAPPY, Mr. Mayor. Even the NY Slimes ( (you can skip the ad when you open the link) had to report the grumblings in"Lose The Traffic..." here>
(scroll down for a short video)

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We did capture a little bit of the festivities on video:

The Brigade checked out the Times Square area at about 8 PM on the 26th---after the first full work day see if the lawn-chairs were still out. They were! (Weird) Click the thumbnail to see the evening pictures

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Sunday, May 24, 2009

Bloomies Follies #435 as New Yorkers prepare for car-free Times Square

This gem of an experiment was pushed through without those who live and work in the area getting to respond to how it will affect their businesses and the side streets: "No Term-Limits for me Bloomberg" is at again.

May 24, 10:12 PM EDT

As we walked from 43rd to 47th St you can see the rest of the pictures (with captions) by clicking thumbnail:

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And some video from Wednesday evening (May 27) as the experiment continues:

New Yorkers prepare for car-free Times Square

NEW YORK (AP) -- Opening now on Broadway: Pedestrian malls at Times Square and Herald Square.

As part of a Department of Transportation plan to make the city more livable, cars will be banned from stretches of Broadway at Times Square and at Herald Square.

The city believes the move will reduce pollution, cut down on pedestrian accidents and help traffic flow more smoothly.

The Department of Transportation says the barriers were fully in place sometime before 8 p.m. Sunday.