Sunday, October 19, 2014

Noted



Avenue B between East Seventh Street and East Sixth Street

27 comments:

Pikachu de Gallo said...

Kicking? They're lucky they didn't have heart attacks from the strenuous exercise they're clearly not accustomed to!

Crazy Eddie said...

This incident plus the recent Scott Brown Bro tailgate party at the University of New Hampshire homecoming tailgate party ("Fuck Jeanne Shaheen" and "Fuck Elizabeth Warren" and "Fuck her right in the pussy" and something about a "cunt.") is becoming the new normal. Listen you pussy BROS, why don’t you try this teabagger shit (do your anti-Latino-immigrant version) down by Campos Plaza?

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/10/13/scott-brown-tailgate_n_5976772.html?1413219927

Anonymous said...

This is nothing new.

Big Brother said...

Why are they on Avenue B to begin with? Shouldn't they be tailgating in an Applebees parking lot in Jersey while reminiscing of their glory days long past?

Anonymous said...

Not my favorite bodega, the owner once had news stand on 12th and A, and when his wife was very pregnant she would work the night shift . Her entrance to stand was next to the Cock's side entrance so their patrons would often come out and pee right there. I was always appalled that he would subject his pregnant wife to that. He also was shot at his bodega on A btwn 12th and 13th st, I think it made him more cranky.

Anonymous said...

nothing bad used to happen in the East Village

Anonymous said...

On a recent Saturday night, young men from Long Island enjoyed a night of drinking in the East Village.
http://www.nytimes.com/2014/10/19/nyregion/after-saturday-night-a-bit-of-old-new-york-can-still-be-found.html

This is the East Village Today!

Anonymous said...

Nice flip flops bro. BTW it's October.

Giovanni said...

The Bros From Hell were last seen chanting their new slogan while walking to the next bar: "No craft beer, no peace!"

Mic check!
Whose retards? Our retards!


Anonymous said...

the east village must have been so cool in the 80's when young people were more respectful.

THE NOTORIOUS L.I.B.E.R.A.T.I.O.N. said...

I love the multiple comments passively defending their behavior and racism.

Anonymous said...

No way those people live here. It is a shame these types of ignorant poorly raised, lightly educated, never read a book arse-holes think this neighborhood is so fun Friday and Saturday. If there was only something akin to a shark net that kept these types in a few block radius near penn and gc.... Cops walking the beat woul've quelled this. City needs more beat walkers... Not driving around on iphone police.

John M said...

The East Village WAS more cool in the 80s and the young people WERE more respectful...but of other people, and not the establishment, or system, or whatever you want to call it.

It was the opposite of clowns like this.

Anonymous said...

Supersize me bro!

Anonymous said...

Whoa! I know the guy in the red! Born and raised EV btw

Anonymous said...

They look to be in pretty good shape to me

Ken from Ken's Kitchen said...

Weasels.

Anonymous said...

October 19 8:40 wrote:
"He also was shot at his bodega on A btwn 12th and 13th st, I think it made him more cranky."

Being shot at might make even Buddha a bit cranky.

- East Villager

Anonymous said...

Typical Jets fans

Anonymous said...

Not for anything but dogs can choke on those bones.
I would of loved to see them get punched.

Anonymous said...

@9:31 Yeah, you're belivable.

Anonymous said...

If this is the worst thing that has happened in EV this week, stop your whining!!!!

Anonymous said...

These shlubby, undercover white supremacists need a boot in their fucking heads.

Anonymous said...

White power!

Scooby said...

@John M - thank you for summing it up proper. These imbeciles and others like them who infest the streets of this neighborhood SHOULD have been taught to respect other people but that time is long past. Hopeless waste of breath they are. All they can serve as are bad examples and what NOT to be. Asshats...

Anonymous said...

I'm telling you since Shaoul opened his building for douches on Ave B, Ave B is the freaking worst, I try to avoid it like the plague. Yes, for anyone who bothers to ask, I did prefer the drug dealers, they were better humans.

East Village Today said...

We can't be sure this is what actually happened. It's just one person's allegation.

It wouldn't surprise me if it was fabricated just to malign more recent East Village residents.

Then again, it wouldn't surprise me if it were true either. Nothing surprises me!