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    Quote Originally Posted by ZippyTheChimp View Post
    Marilyn, 1955.

    That is a fantastic shot.
    Check out the look on the guy's face to her right. If you took a shot 30 seconds later, you'ld probably find him walking into a column, or him sprawled out on the tracks. That is likely where you would find me too.

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    That's funny because to me he looks like he's up to no good

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    ...anyone up for a game of pocket pool

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    'London Flog' trench coat.......HeeeHee

    Did he "get away with it"????

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    Zoning rule changes could see bars, lounges and ice rinks come to Grand Central Terminal

    Mayor Bloomberg's proposed rezoning includes a plan to lift the neighborhood's ban businesses opening above people's homes, to encourage new business in the area.

    By Nathan Place / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS

    Published: Friday, July 19, 2013, 2:48 AM
    Updated: Friday, July 19, 2013, 4:47 AM

    Grand Central Terminal could soon be surrounded by new businesses and amenties.

    Rooftop bars, lounges — and even ice rinks — could soon sprout up around Grand Central Terminal under new zoning rules revealed Thursday by the city planning department.
    The latest version of a proposed rezoning that Mayor Bloomberg has been pushing includes a plan to lift the neighborhood’s long-time ban on restaurants and other businesses opening above people’s homes.

    The main goal is to encourage new, high-end office space to open in a business district that has lagged behind its competitors around the world, said Edith Hsu-Chen, who head’s the planning department’s Manhattan office.

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    Wondering if this plan will be kept alive once he's out of office.

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