Finding Your Way Back On Track

By at 17 December, 2009, 12:02 pm

After a long night of debauchery I attempted to board the train with one goal in sight: making it home. That is great and in all until you sit down and get comfortable. My eye lids became so heavy, so I ended up putting my head in my lap. Before I knew it, I found […]


When Finding Yourself Goes Wrong – Part 1: Finding Love in the Big City XVII

By at 27 June, 2008, 12:00 am

After a long hiatus for lady OP, as I am in the process of finding myself – you know the discovery of the reason why I’m here, whom I’m meant to influence and/or love and all of that heady psychobabble – I’m back and ready to rejoin the writing world with a doozy of a […]


Observations: Abundance of Abortions

By at 5 April, 2007, 11:00 am

Having an abortion is no joke. I’ve never actually experienced one, considering my anatomy, however I can only imagine it not being an easy situation to sit through or lay down through for that matter. Having a life cut out of you after going through such pleasurable experience to get there, must be painful. Or […]


Feds To Beef Up MTA Security

By at 22 March, 2007, 12:00 pm

Federal agents are going to help step up security on MTA commuter trains and stations in a new program that will be announced today, sources said. The Transportation Security Administration will assist the MTA police in patrolling the railroads. Earlier this month, the MTA rejected a proposal by the TSA to conduct random bag checks. […]


Mayor Bloomberg MIA: NYC Pissed Off

By at 17 March, 2007, 12:00 pm

While a Bronx blaze took the lives of nine people, eight of which were children, Mayor Bloomberg found himself in the warm climate of Miami. Did this sit well with New Yorkers who find it hard to believe that its own Mayor wouldn’t be on site lending his support, grief, and sympathy for the lives […]