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If New York City was Gotham City, what part of town would Bruce Wayne/Batman live in? Why?

If New York City was Gotham City, what part of town would Bruce Wayne/Batman live in? Why?

Oct 28, 2011

I will have to go with Midtown West, and in particular, the giant USPS building at 32th and 8th. Think about it, the guy needs to not only store all of his Bat gear, but he needs a place to park the Batmobile, land the Batplane, and not to mention shoot holes into bricks from 20 meters away with an automated gatling gun. Further, when he is not traipsing from...

Muammar Gaddafi: 112 ways to spell crazy

The Colonel is dead. No, not the chicken guy, but rather that crazy cat of Tripoli, the “King of Kings of Africa”, I am of course referring to  Colonel Muammar Gaddafi . Coming to power at the age of 27 and ruling for 42 years straight, he was a dictator amongst dictators. A cashew in a can of peanuts.   His brutality was matched only by his...

Forget Wall Street, occupy K Street

Forget Wall Street, occupy K Street

Oct 13, 2011

Let me pay homage to the Gods of Understatement, there is something terribly wrong with this country. Lately, whenever I get down about my life, I can always find solace by perusing through Mary Meeker’s USA Inc.. In her analysis, which contains enough graphs and spreadsheets to send any McKinsey associate to orgasmic heights, she paints a dire picture of...

October 4, 2011: The day that broke the Apple fanboy’s single-button heart

October 4, 2011: The day that broke the Apple fanboy’s single-button heart

Oct 5, 2011

Well that wasn’t so bad. Not bad at all! That torrent of “zomg Apple!!!” tweets and RTs that I feared never materialized.  Even more shocking are the chirps of crickets echoing  across the so-called ‘blogosphere’. First Hurricane Irene, and now a merely normal Apple launch event, we are catching breaks every day! You see,  I was...