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Here was GUP 3, and here was one GUP-related post since then, about the sale of a peer of the vessel below.  In case you don’t check the links and are wondering what GUP is, it’s my neologism for “gross universal product,” AKA sewage.   226 more words


British Voters See Through Their Politicians by HUGO DIXON | REUTERS

Nicky Kundnani recommends New York Times’ new Business Day article

The failure of politicians to display integrity is not, of course, limited to Britain. 26 more words

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The beauty of New York snow in 5 Photos

I saw my first snowfall in 2012 when I arrived in Upstate New York during a snowy January. The snow was a novelty for me because for the first 19 years of my life I’d only ever seen the snow fall on television. 149 more words


Walking South Street

Sometimes it takes an outta town idea to remind me of some cool stuff nearby.

This is the weekend of Jane’s Walks, a worldwide movement of local walking tours. 336 more words

Weekly Photo Challenge

Peek Inside The Unfinished Underworld Of New York's Subway

Behold a tunnel nearly a century in the making.

New York City’s subway system is one of the biggest in the world. And building it out is a logistical nightmare very few of its… 281 more words


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