The guys eat breakfast together again and are varying degrees of sleep deprived. They talk non-specifically about their favorite meals in NY and too specifically about their results of a Buzzfeed Quiz. They move onto season 3 of Rick and Morty and whether or not the shows more existential premise is better. Joe and Chris finish up with a conversation about how fantasy sports impacts their real life fandom and talk way too much about their own fantasy league. Also, Joe lets you know how to send in corrections on stuff they get wrong.
Coastal elitism has bred a persistent dispute between East and West: Which side produces the best cheeseburger?
Will Ellis documents curious NYC landmarks in disrepair and decay throughout the five boroughs with clarity and a unique level of unprecedented detail.
Friends of DAPS Mike Shane and Don Arangio recently took an exploratory mission into iconic (if not unknown) landmarks throughout NYC. Picking 1 from each borough the pair documents the journey and captures the feelings of mystery, pride, danger, etc, perfectly.
The hot lunch program was hardly part of that. Apparently, pizza Friday and Chicken Sandwich Tuesday isn’t good enough for Zachary Maxwell, so he decided to make a documentary about how “yucky” his school lunch was.
This is really interesting. Before the crane lifted the final piece of the spire atop One World Trade Center, some clever person attached a GoPro camera so we could see it’s POV on the way up.