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... do right" by my students, and am not always sure which way to go to do that. It is so much bigger then me. "The world is moved along not just by the mighty shoves if it's heroes but by the tiny aggregate of each honest worker." - Helen Keller Recently, I've been reminded of the starfish story. It made a difference to that one. I was thanked by a student for being "motivating and corny." I am ...
Today we headed to the Intrepid air, sea and space museum. This is on board the decommissioned aircraft carrier, Intrepid. It was enormous. We stood on the flight deck and looked at the display of planes. It wasn't that cold today.. Bit sad when 8c is a good thing! There were planes from different countries and different eras. Lots of fighter jets which Tony loved. We ...
... the theatre. The acting was amazing but I'm not sure I fully understood the play. A bit of research shows that there are many, many interpretations of it including religious, political, Freudian and Jungian interpretations... So not just me. After intermission the guy behind us says that Hugh Jackman had been in the queue for the men's bathroom... But we didn't see him. We then headed to Columbus circle for dinner and a ...
... we got off 2.5 hours later we were frozen solid. We did get to see many highlights which we will go back and see in more detail. We had a delicious lunch/dinner at a place in Times Square. Hot chocolate allowed me to thaw out a bit. We then caught subway to Columbus Circle and picked up a few groceries at a crazy-busy market... Statue of Liberty ...
... get tickets for the Fantasticks for tomorrow night.
Our next stop was the Empire State Building. It was the most ridiculously set up place, set up like a huge maze so we didn't know where the hell we were going. Anyway we finally got to the first elevator which took us to the 80th floor then onto the next one which took us to the 86th floor and the observation deck. Simon managed to walk outside but his extreme fear of ...