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Old Posted Jun 22, 2020, 4:57 PM
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Fashion / luxury stuff. They can't help it, always the flashiest things to the street in NY and London.
You know what? They can afford to be slightly more discreet and subtle over here in Paris, except for the Xmas season when people would empty their bank accounts for gifts anyhow...

I like the neat design anyway. I like both sleek glass and colors. It'd be cool if they sold stuffed toys for little kids instead of their helpless luxury fashion. Kids like colors too.
Psst, wealthy people? They are still naive, frivolous and arrogant somehow. Aren't they?
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Fashion / luxury stuff. They can't help it, always the flashiest things to the street in NY and London.
You know what? They can afford to be slightly more discreet and subtle over here in Paris, except for the Xmas season when people would empty their bank accounts for gifts anyhow...

I like the neat design anyway. I like both sleek glass and colors. It'd be cool if they sold stuffed toys for little kids instead of their helpless luxury fashion. Kids like colors too.
Psst, wealthy people? They are still naive, frivolous and arrogant somehow. Aren't they?
The reason for the rainbow colors is because of Gay Pride Month in June. It is not normally in Rainbow all year round.
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Bwah ha! That is one funny and utterly useful reply. I'll admit I am laughing right now, but it's not at you at all, NYCLuver. For real, I'm pleased that you replied to me.
Somehow, I'm glad you guys still believe we are innocent, pure and all... Maybe naive, ignorant or something?

Um, anyway... Whatever.
the presumption was that you did not know anything about that being related to the gay pride month, which in fact it is obvious that you did not. mais, you are growing from un jeune homme into l’age adulte and learning things every day mon fiston, so good for you.
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If anybody's wondering the location, that pic with the man drinking the blue stuff and the kid looking at his phone, oblivious of the majesty beyond his phone is called "Rockefeller Lookout" in Englewood Cliffs NJ. Great views!
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Old Posted Jun 28, 2020, 12:49 PM
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That section of the Turnpike is great. I've pulled over many times on the shoulder of that bridge (for repairs hint hint) and took some repair pictures.

The Jersey Side always offers the best perspectives, IMO. For pure skyline appreciation on the NYC side, the Throgs Neck Bridge can't be beat. On a clear day, folks will know what I mean (heading from Bronx to Queens).
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Just looking at those images, a spire would have been awesome.
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From the angle in post #7354, Tower Fifth, if it does rise, will dramatically alter that viewing perspective. Will be quite dominant from the East perspective. Due to the angle, and bulk on the Southern side, will make 432 Park look much thinner (even with its dimensions, 432 Park can appear somewhat bulky from afar). More an attribute of seeing BOTH the Western and Southern sides at the same time, which depends on the angle of perspective.
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Just looking at those images, a spire would have been awesome.
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I'm hoping for some more 300-500' density in the UES, with some neat architecture thrown in.
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Old Posted Jun 29, 2020, 3:03 PM
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Please garry barnett come back the spire , cause in some picture i imagine the carne like spire and it shows that with this cpt will utterly dominating the skyline, in case the spire is here the height will become 1800ft
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