With all the frustration over the absolute clusterfuck of trying to find out where you’re supposed to cast your ballot tomorrow, it’s good to know that at least one website has your back. Just type your address into YourFuckingPollingPlace.com and it will tell you where the fuck you are supposed to go.
Well, at least that’s how it’s supposed to work.
Well, that ought to end the debate about bike lanes, even if former defender Bill de Blasio has become a skeptic. That would put him in the minority, as that numbers continue to climb in favor of the new bike byways crisscrossing the city. Last time we checked, it was a supermajority who liked bike lanes. Now, two out of three New Yorkers like bike lanes, according to The Times, no less, which has not always been a fan. And the gray lady makes a pretty emphatic point about it, too.
By the Numbers
Even with grumbles about an overzealous response to Hurricane Irene—and some disappointment that it was not a more serious storm to justify said response—the new Quinnipiac poll out this morning finds that 54 percent of New Yorkers approve of the job Mayor Michael Bloomberg is doing. That is the highest percentage since the Read More
Know why we vote on Tuesdays? Because Sunday is the Lord’s day, and it takes at least a day to get to the polling place by horse and buggy. Wednesday, that’s market day.
Hmmm. This rationale may have been convincing in 1845, when the law was passed that made Election Day a Tuesday. Now, it’s Read More