we’ll be busy.
Saturday, August 27, 2011
ClockTowerTenants are bracing for an entertaining weekend.
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According to the NYC Hurricane Evacuation map we live in ZONE B, the yellow area in the south Bronx. That’s more risky than ZONE C but at least we can stay in our homes; ZONE A has already been evacuated. Our ClockTower is indicated by the red dot.
Our immediate proximity to the Harlem River
places us within the storm surge.
That first floor loft with the lovely, tiled cellar room seemed like such a good idea at the time, didn’t it?
lol. party on the roof.
Thursday, August 25, 2011
“Electrical banana...is gonna be a sudden craze.
Electrical banana...is bound to be the very next phase.”
Steve Braithwaite is a man on a mission with appeal. He built a large banana to drive around the world to raise awareness of “Deep Vein Thrombosis.”
ClockTowerTenants caught up with him in Lansdale, Pennsylvania.
Based upon an old Ford PickUp Truck, this enormous banana passes inspection and is fully street legal.
It seats four and has a mechanical stem that can lower on a switch to clear low bridges, a helpful feature when your banana is ten feet tall.
They call me mellow yellow, (quite rightly)
Wednesday, August 24, 2011
Monday, August 22, 2011
ClockTowerTenants went to the fights and our guy won!
The Wat (“Temple” in Thai) is New York City’s premier Muay Thai Boxing experience.
Located in downtown Manhattan, the Wat is a training center for professional UFC and MMA fighters on their way to the top.
Phil Nurse is a British former Muay Thai kickboxer and an undefeated European Light Welterweight Champion, Double British Champion, and British All Styles Super Light Welterweight Champion. He is the owner and senior instructor at the WAT.
The training philosophy focuses on mutual respect and a natural and non-mechanical way to develop a balanced body and lifestyle.
They also punch and kick the living *!%#@ out of each other.
If you see this man, be nice to him. I’m warning you.
Sunday, August 21, 2011
A true humanitarian never stops looking for a way
to do more for a given dollar.
A true humanitarian never stops looking
for a way to do more.
A true humanitarian never stops looking for a way.
A true humanitarian never stops looking.
A true humanitarian never stops.
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