Before I go to the grocery store, I like to take whatever is left in the fridge and dump it into a nice 10-egg frittata.
Today’s frittata includes: the last three slices of ham, garlic, bell peps, a growing onion, black beans from taco night, the last of the shredded cheese and the herbed goat cheese, the really old sliced mushrooms, a few random olives and a tomato. All sliced up, fried and added to a bunch of eggs and some cream into a cast iron pan on high for four minutes and then in the oven on 400 for 10 more minutes. Oh, and butter somewhere in the mix, too. Yum yum. Sorry for the Fucking iPhone camera blur fail then we ate it and can’t shoot it again image.
Either that door opening is way too small or those are the biggest steps for city rats ever made. I have definitely seen some juicy rats in this area.
From Jackson Avenue, LIC, Queens.
Buzzfeed is a great source for those things we had to visit at circus side shows only 100 years ago. It is a source of all kinds of gems put onto one long scrollable webpage. I stumbled upon this nice collection of David LaChapelle, just the other day and was reminded how amazing this guy is.
Click on this LINK to see over 60 uncensored shots from Dave LaChapelle.
*Wednesdays at Brooklyn Imbecile is Not Safe For Work Day, so if you’re viewing this right now at your corporate America job, sorry, but you just had a personal file created by your IT’s facist security team, so I would avoid being late to work in the mornings from now on. Until we find a decent way to completely disintegrate this non-functional capitalist police state work week, y’all have a happy Hump Day!
From Franklin Street. Greenpoint, BK.
I’m not sure exactly what this is, but I like it.
Perhaps a portable generator of some kind. It’s odd alone on the sidewalk and I love it’s consistent coating of street noise imagery or whatever you want to call it.
From University Place in Manhattan.
Saw this on Manhattan Avenue this evening, walking home from the dentist.
Something tells me those aren’t bags of money.
Where one man’s trash is another man’s blog post.
I believe these are paint blobs. They’re from DuPont Street in Greenpoint, BK.
The closer you get, the cooler they are…
I just read about this over on Laughing Squid. From Scott Beale’s article (and photos below) the Lost Horizon Night Market is a “word-of-mouth participatory event featuring a series of box trucks parked along the street stretching for several of blocks, where each truck has a unique theme that is revealed once you part the curtains and enter the truck. The only way to find out the location of an event to be invited by one of the truck’s proprietors”. Click on the full article with many more pictures. This is practically in my backyard; bummed that I missed it.
Guess the year for this South Williamsburg clothing store? Yeah, yeah, I just took the damn picture, but seriously, it could be the 60′s, 70′s, 80′s or 90′s that this shit was made or sold in, right?
From South 5th Street
Just another trashy day on Queens Plaza…
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