Þá renni ég yfir helstu fréttir og kíki stöku sinnum inn á Facebook-síðu Humans of New York. Ég hef reyndar áður skrifað færslu um þetta skemmtilega félagsverkefni, sjá hér.
Það er gaman að vita hvað er að gerast hjá íbúum borgarinnar sem aldrei sefur. Gaman að láta hugann reika
“I’ve got five haters. Everyone else loves me.”
“I’m a square peg in a world of round holes.”
“I’m a classically trained singer in a culture that values classical music less and less.
“I was extremely shy when I was younger. I wasn’t asked to the prom or anything. Life didn’t really even start for me until I turned fifty. But let’s just say I got plenty of experience after that!”
“I’m doing this internship to make my parents happy. But as soon as I graduate, I’m heading to Bollywood!”
“I’m going to be a basketball player. Or a taxation lawyer.”
“A coworker asked for my number the other day. My friends overheard and said: ‘He must have a thing for Indians.’ I was like, ‘Or maybe I’m just really fucking cool.'”
Seen in midtown.
“I live a very solitary life. My wife died fifteen years ago. All my friends are gone. I try to keep busy. I read, I walk, I watch television.”