I [BLANK] NY Tourism

Posted February 18, 2009 by Aaron Goldfarb
Categories: Photos

I Love NY Tourism?

If I was the sign-maker, I don’t think a heart is the one icon I would have employed.

Using G-Mail’s “rich text formatting” icons available, here are a few better choices:

I NY Tourism

I NY Tourism

I NY Tourism

I NY Tourism

I NY Tourism

I NY Tourism

What ICON would you use?

Photo credit:  Furious JR


Posted February 17, 2009 by Aaron Goldfarb
Categories: Photos

tourist sbarro's

With rumors swirling that Sbarro’s may soon go out of business, where in the heck will NYC tourists go to double-fist 64 ounces of Mountain Dew Code Red and dine on delicious pizza?  Any one know a place with good pizza in our little burg?

Good Morning America!!!

Posted February 16, 2009 by Aaron Goldfarb
Categories: Photos


“It sure ain’t ‘Today’ but we’re still gonna be on Teh-Veh!”

photo credit:  Little Red


Posted February 11, 2009 by Aaron Goldfarb
Categories: Misc.

I fucking hate when bloggers apologize for a recent paucity of posts, but I’m going to do that right here.

I do apologize, the last two weeks I’ve been insanely busy with other writing and blogging projects and my inveterate dipsomania, but I will have a flurry of tourist stuff in the near future.  The weather is getting warmer, the Burlington Coat factory jackets are being replaced by hooded sweatshirts promoting the state college the tourist didn’t actually go to but nevertheless still roots for, and I will be back out getting pictures and posting pithy captions soon enough.

And, as always, (Robert Stack voice) if you or anyone you know sees tourist tomfoolery, please, don’t approach them, but simply listen to their conversations, take pictures of them, and send those  in to me:




Posted February 3, 2009 by Aaron Goldfarb
Categories: Photos


“Hrmph!  I was such an idiot to think a kid would be a pussy magnet!  Nothing.  Nothing!”

Crazy Hat or Giant Bow?

Posted February 2, 2009 by furiousjr
Categories: Photos

Both are amazing accessories for this balmy winter day, but I have to declare a victory for the giant bow.

Observation – upon being forced to walk through the 5th Ave / Rockefeller corridor today, I am floored at what a ghost town it has become. If it didn’t make for such an unencumbered walk, it would almost be sad. How is Build-a-Bear to survive in such conditions????


Posted February 2, 2009 by Aaron Goldfarb
Categories: Photos


I first noticed him looking through the chip selection as I bought a coffee at the deli.  Next, I saw him feeding the pigeons as I took a jog through the park.  Finally, yesterday, he ominously sat down across from me on the 1 train.  Yes, I believe this man clad in his ubiquitous outfit of loose red tights underneath tight blue shorts and topped off with a cheap leather jacket is a superhero (SuperTourist) ordered by his midwestern brethren to come to New York City and destroy that motherfucker that posts mocking pictures of other tourists.