Y.P.R.: We're not sure we buy that answer. By your defintion, all interviews are, technically, interviews with interviewers, and then we just lost our hook. Oh, well, moving on--C’mon spill it: Who was your best interview? Your worst?
A.K.: I’m a sucker for multimedia. Daniel Gregory sent in drawings and Paul Ford offered his best NPR voice on an Mp3 file. As far as the worst, definitely Lockhart Steele. He was the first one out of the gate and he did a magnificent job of setting the bar as low as possible. I still stub my toe on it sometimes.
Y.P.R.: Can you kick Lockhart Steele’s ass?
A.K.: Sure but I prefer to give it a solid man-pounding.
preach people, preach! yes, lockhart steele may be the whitest person alive. to see him dance would harken back to an era of america no one wants to remember.
but seriously, for most new yorkers (native or not) real estate was interesting to talk about for the first couple years of living here. after that it's a sign of where good conversations go to die.
has anyone embraced being a "blogger" more than lockhart steele? that's pretty scary stuff. oh, and HE has already been profiled in the resident, the print version not online. oddly the reporter contacted me as the lone voice againt him yet she didn't use any of my quotes. i know, quite shocking.
I tip my hat, offer some advice about lubricants, and officially recognize Lockhart Steele as King (or Queen) of the Bloggers. Wear that tiara proudly, man.
More fallout from the much-bandied-about taxi fare hike: Now Andrew Krucoff must ride the subway to work like a normal human being. Krucoff has been playing the "common man" angle to Lockhart Steele's prissy socialite in their highly-publicized feud, so the revelation that he has been riding a golden rocket to work every morning (to the Upper East Side, no less) has totally turned this war totally upside down. Brain fuck!
AK-47? A hypocrite? Who woulda thunk it!
i do believe it's mr steele who hip-flops on most issues depending on the audience he is talking to. it is unfortunate i work in an UES hospital, but i cant help that i dont have some cool downtown job.
Everyone stop, this is silly. "There goes the neighborhood" has been thrown around this island since it was bought for 60 guilders worth of Dutch crap. The most obnoxious voices in debates of "sooooul-ruuuuining arrrrrchitecture" and displacement of mom-and-pop stores are almost always the so-called "activists" with no sense of history other than their own. NYC (and its future) is (and will always be) based on the concept of growth and change. It's an endless loop of development, construction and protest where the only differences are the people with short-term memories.
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