Friday, January 29, 2010

Feliz Cumpleanos Bubbie!


Thursday, January 28, 2010

They Come Around From Downtown

Mental Dirty Jerz sesh on Tuesday, a few for all those hating from the shoulder. Nobody out, everyone must've been on Facebook...

Mad overexposed like the Superbank, Rincon or Jeffreys

RK missed the sesh too, he was busy installing windows for other people to peer into...

Billy Turns and 5'10 Rainbow dialer about ta blaze some more

The Emperor Tamarin and 6'9 jus d'orange Bonzer

RM and kustom Vaquero action

Chris Van Gogh and 5'8 Rainbow

For the Club Roll Crew


Happy kustomer in semi-action

Drunken Beef

Drunken Pork

For 44 and other mysterious strangers...

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Because I Think You'll Understand

Micro-Ant Neil called while I was enjoying the aforementioned/much dissed pastrami on a club roll. He asked what I was eating and was thoroughly upset with my response, wanting to know the first and last name of the person who paid for the sandwich and where they were born (Short Hills, NJ). A native Brooklyner now residing in Queens and rumored to be a first round NBA draft-pick, M.A.N. proceeded to write Katz's off as a 'shonda' and 'fake Jewish deli' because they don't serve tongue.

Since the sambo was a gift from a friend, let's call him Cornworth, I tried to overlook this questionable faux pas. I joked that he drove past Rye daily on his way to work in Connecticut where WASP's were probably influencing his decision making skills. Later that night (a Friday) he responded with, 'shabbat shalom' which roughly translates as 'Happy Sabbath, you're getting laid tonight.'

However, on Monday morning Cornworth sent this:

Been thinking about it all weekend. I think I went with the right choice on the club roll. You go with rye if you are going to eat the sandwich right away, rye does not travel well and would get soggy given the high moisture content of the savory wet beef. Savory wet beef.

MA Neil did some writing over the weekend too:

Yesterday's mission to the UES was extremely successful. Pastrami Queen numbah one! No photos because we were too busy eating. Try to avoid lunchtime. It's around the corner from Lennox Hill, and all the staff eat there. Be prepared to drop some ducats. Kosher meat is expensive. And don't try to order any dairy (cheese, egg cream, etc.). Just wear your yarmulke and pretend you're home.

Yesterday's Damage:
-Center cut tongue on seeded rye.
-Hot pastrami on seeded rye.
-Health salad.
-Macaroni salad (Patricia got that... Italians can't stay away from their macaroni)
-Epic fries.
-DB's Black Cherry
-DB's Cel-Ray

The best in the city!!! And for all the nay-sayers... Go back to eating ham on wonder bread, and leave the pastrami to the experts...

Pastrami Queen
1125 Lexington Ave at 78th Street

- M.A.N.

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Government Letters

Crucial Chuck D sighting on the A Train last Friday. Ill to witness grown men getting up from their seats to shake homeboy's hand in tuff New Year respect. The original Long Island Wilder still ain't too good for the subway!

Just in from San Diego...

5'10 Rainbow Speed Dialer, love the color Pottery Barn


6'6 Carton thruster great for Costa Rica or Suffolk County...$350

'Never ridden' 6'0 Rainbow Lokbox twin, comes with fins and sock...$800

6'8 quad ($OLD TO CARIBTOM)

This board came with Katz's pastrami

Chef Chad mental surfing

Frank Dee builds bodies like for fun brah! Winter shorts/Andreini paison respect

Bubbie puppy

Seeeeeeek Nic!

Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Tom Curren Is Not A Guppy

Happy Birthday China Ty!

Stay Rad...

Tuesday, January 12, 2010