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WHERE DID YOU GO. ARE YOU BACK NOW?
Y hi thar.
I'm going to Weh Weh until you come back!
HAPPY BIRTHDAY SCOURGE. PLEASE COME BACK.
it's the best of every world...
SCOURGE. WHERE DID YOU GO. TELL ME THIS INSTANT.
Spending a lot of time with my girlfriend and less online. How are you??? How's Denver??? (It's Denver, right?) When we moving to NYC?
What choo at, Scruggs?
Yore pop punk
I was turned down. She doesn't like cowards.
This reminded me of you:
It looks like you could have designed and drew the characters and there's even one (the popular kid) who looks like you!
Ooh! 2 bedrooms, 2 baths in a 2 family house in Flushing, 7.5 blocks from Main St./Roosevelt! $1650 a month. Google map 48 Ash Ave., New York, NY. It's a cute house!
I like that Ridgewood the best. Queens is my favorite.
Ooh! RDNY.com just sent me this. It's in a townhouse at the corner of Dekalb Ave. and Woodward Ave. in Ridgewood Queens (check 92 Dekalb Ave, Queens). Looks like a quiet, pretty block and is only 3 blocks from Cleveland Park. The L train runs pretty close to there, so it's about 8 stops to 1st Ave in Manhattan.
Here's one on Flatbush Ave at Dorchester Rd in Brooklyn. The area doesn't look too bad, but not too great either. And the building is a little garish with the signage. However, there's a Chinese restaurant on the first floor! And there seems to be an abundance of churches in the area. Plus, the Q train is only a few blocks away, which is 8 stops to Canal Street/Chinatown, which warms my heart. And Prospect Park isn't that far away by foot either:
Here's one at Sunset Park in Brooklyn at 44th Street and 6th Avenue. It's right across the street from Sunset Park, which is nice. It's also just a couple of blocks from lots of commerce, so shops and restaurants, etc. Also right by the R train at 45th Station:
Here's another in that area right by Sunset Park a couple of streets back on 46th Street (look at google maps at 470 46th Street, Brooklyn), so near the R train too:
Here's one in Bushwick Brooklyn at Bushwick Ave and Woodbine Street. The area I think can be dicey because it's near Bed-Stuy, but this specific area is really cute looking on all the cross streets and nearby blocks. It's clean and really pretty there: