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United States The Empire State (NY St) Thread

Terthna

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I thought he already moved out of NYC.
He ran into some issue with he current location.

To sum up; his current location has apparently cost him so much money, he needs to find a new place now, and can't wait anymore for the search for a place outside NYC to pan out, so it's been put on hold until he moves to a cheaper location in NYC.
 

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Another $86 million dollars down the drain thanks to New York City government ineptitude.

New York Post said:
The MTA spent $86 million on a state-of-the-art, NASA-like “bus command center” that has gone unused for more than two years because it’s already falling apart, The Post has learned.

Transit officials have said the eastern Brooklyn command center, which replaces a smaller facility across the street, will serve as a “war room” for bus dispatchers. But the building has sat empty since former Transit President Andy Byford and other bigwigs held a celebratory ribbon-cutting there in June 2019.

With the building at Jamaica Avenue and Fanchon Place having suffered leaks, faulty heating and bug-infested bathrooms, dispatchers who are supposed to work there have refused to relocate from across the street, sources said.

The ribbon Byford cut with then-MTA buses president Darryl Irick in 2019 said “Grand Opening,” but dispatchers only started to move into the building last winter, sources said. That lasted only a few months because the heat did not work and the building’s electrical system couldn’t handle the workers’ space heaters.
 

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Certainly looks like it. It's a sad mixture of comical and pathetic, watching those three cops fail miserably at subduing a larger and more capable man.

It's one thing to make a decision not to carry a lethal weapon. Given some of the British constabulary's history, I have some respect for that. If you're going to have nothing better than a night stick though, you'd damn well better be good enough with it to take someone down.

I rather suspect those cops have more training in being 'tolerant' than in how to win a fight.
 

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Certainly looks like it. It's a sad mixture of comical and pathetic, watching those three cops fail miserably at subduing a larger and more capable man.

It's one thing to make a decision not to carry a lethal weapon. Given some of the British constabulary's history, I have some respect for that. If you're going to have nothing better than a night stick though, you'd damn well better be good enough with it to take someone down.

I rather suspect those cops have more training in being 'tolerant' than in how to win a fight.
I'm waiting for the more fucked up response to a cop being helpless.
 

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Certainly looks like it. It's a sad mixture of comical and pathetic, watching those three cops fail miserably at subduing a larger and more capable man.

It's one thing to make a decision not to carry a lethal weapon. Given some of the British constabulary's history, I have some respect for that. If you're going to have nothing better than a night stick though, you'd damn well better be good enough with it to take someone down.

I rather suspect those cops have more training in being 'tolerant' than in how to win a fight.
Let me guess: More wokeness in the Empire State ?
 

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Howdy from the Alamo City Sietch family. Probe reveals NYC Mayor Bill DeBlasio (D) misused taxpayer $$$$$ for personal, political use.

Here's something that'll trigger anger: NYC will remove the statue of the 3rd President of the United States, Thomas Jefferson.
 

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Howdy from the Alamo City Sietch family. Probe reveals NYC Mayor Bill DeBlasio (D) misused taxpayer $$$$$ for personal, political use.

Here's something that'll trigger anger: NYC will remove the statue of the 3rd President of the United States, Thomas Jefferson.
A corrupt New York mayor? It must be a day ending in y. And yes, that statue story has been making the rounds. We need that clip of Trump predicting this at Charlottesville.
 

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Howdy from the Alamo City Sietch family. Look what I've found from the Good Ole Archives:

*June 2nd, 2015 from NYC, NY St:
 

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June 3rd, 2015: Then-NY St Governor Andrew Cuomo (D) addressing the success of the Property Tax Cap in Nyack (Rockland County):
 
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