It would figure that during the most interesting subway day in forever, SUBWAYblogger was tied up in other business. What did we miss?
The 4, 5, 6 around East Harlem was a “no go” for much of the midday due to a building collapse. The two had little to do with eachother other that officials feared vibrations from the trains might cause further collapse.
Then, it was announced that the MTA is “investigating” the installation of cameras on all the city’s trains. But doesn’t that cost money?
Last, but not least, America’s hero, Wesley Autry, is suing
his a lawyer. Why? He claims that he fraudulently had him sign some paper that gave him the rights to Autrey’s story,fame, yadda yadda. She was hired to help him out because at the time, everyone wanted to give Autry money. More on that later. Note: Ok, most of this was rumor at the time. There is a lawsuit, but read the next post for details.
At the moment, it appears to be a normal day. Can’t beat the weather. Everyone here on this train seems to be going about their normal daily routine. Of course, that could all go down the crapper in the blink of an eye. More soon…
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