Nancy Workman, my LitHum professor, uploaded this picture and caption on her Facebook: “Many of the benches on Central Park have touching dedicatory plaques on them. Then there’s this one…”
Performance by Wrecking Crew Orchestra / El Squad, with choreography by Wrecking Crew Orchestra’s lead dancer Yokoi.
I wish I was that guy whose “WOAH!” is clearly audible above the music and the rest of the audience’s cheers at 0:51.
From the YouTube channel of NOMOS Glashütte, German watchmakers:
Plenty of tradition and handcraft—combined with high-tech, where it outperforms handcraft: That is NOMOS Glashütte. All our movements are built in-house and by ourselves in Glashütte. This also applies to our watches—Tangente, Orion, Zürich and all the other models—many of which are already considered classics. You can find out how we do this by visiting us in Glashütte and taking a tour. In the meantime, this short film can give you a first impression of what we do.
My coworker recently said something along the lines of, “A watch is the only accessory worth spending a great deal of money on.” (He’s an engineer.) After watching this video with my eyes intently trained on the screen, I now understand a little bit where he’s coming from.
Now that’s a scatter plot if I ever saw one.
Achievement Unlocked: Jaywalked across the four-lane 34th Street midway between 5th Avenue and Madison Avenue during rush-hour.
Achievement Unlocked: Entered Staples at 34th Street entrance, exited at 33rd Street entrance, enjoyed a block’s worth of shade and A/C.