Here's what she had to say about NYC's The High Line in an interview with Interview: "On any given weekend [it] looks like a crowded, self-conscious human freeway, surrounded by mirrored glass walls of luxury condos built up around it, casting shadows, part of the moneyed, power landscape."
Give me a break, give me a break, break me off a piece of that kit kat bar!
Where have you been? The fashion industry isn't really helping the situation, particularly not mark Jacobs Mr i'll use fur just because.
Would rather have trains on the High Line and parks instead of parking lots.
there used to be a train on the high line
it went through the at&t building
a wonderous sight
the high line - while beautiful and creative - has ruined the surrounding neighborhood - made it another expensive tourist attraction
it is always crowded - a rush hour event
it displaced some wonderful businesses and buildings
there is nothing these days that is not measured by profit and which totally destroys what was "improved" upon in the name of progress
the high line has also ruined the chelsea market which is now like a times square zoo
no neighborhood can survive
the city is rapidly being destroyed
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