Thursday, August 10, 2023

Migrant mango vendors, Roosevelt Hotel migrants and homeless in New York City













Hey again bloggers or whoever could be reading this blagh. The only thing constant is change and some stories do not end as you expect. 

And so in between attempting to vend those Black Lives Matter, Not My President, Occupy Wall Street, No Police State, Sh*tJustGotReal Tompkins Square Park, Union Square Park, Washington Square Park, Frida Kahlo, Yoga, Music, Brooklyn, East Village, Lower East Side and I Love New York necklaces, magnets, key chains and pins for $2 each and Tompkins Square Park t shirts for $10 each at the 35th Annual Tompkins Square Riot Reunion at Tompkins Square Park when your Tompkins Square Park t shirts sell out because the singer from Xtinguish The Code wears one on stage and dropping off a "Save Charas" photo for All Tomorrow’s Gardens A Celebration of NYC Community Gardens Presented by EV Gallery August 4-13, 2023 Curated by George Hirose & Kerri Lindstr√∂m Opening Reception: August 4, 6-9pm Special Performances: 6:45pm Adam Ende / Jawbone PuppetTheater "The Turnip 7pm Rude Mechanical Orchestra With Sidewalk Tape Art Installation by Kuki Gomez Featuring work by various artists, and reading the headline news of the day, I somehow found myself posting a bunch of migrant mango vendor videos in that city of New York on my YouTube page and my Instagram page I guess because hey, I've been seeing migrant mango vendors and homeless in the streets and subways everywhere throughout my travels in that city of New York this summer, and the migrants at The Roosevelt Hotel  intake center seem to be in the news lately also. And in the age of advanced technology with everyone having one of those zombie apocalypse cell phones, it makes making those cell phone videos easier to make.

And so the titles and descriptions of some of those YouTube videos that find themselves posted above, read something like:

A walk along 42nd Street, Times Square past Broadway, 7th Avenue, 8th Avenue and Port Authority Bus Terminal and Union Square and East Village in New York City. A street full of tourists, migrant mango vendors and homeless. 

"Migrants, many from Africa, wait outside the Roosevelt Hotel in NYC. The hotel is full, and the city is running out of places to house them. Also, a look at the homeless situation in Midtown. (Hotel footage was sent in from today.)" Video @ East Ghost Reports @NJEGmedia 

A walk along 42nd Street, Times Square past Broadway, 7th Avenue, 8th Avenue and Port Authority Bus Terminal in New York City. A street full of tourists, migrant mango vendors, homeless and cops. (short version)

No one is free when others are oppressed

We are all immigrants

or

Are we all immigrants?

The Ten Kings Are Here with BRICS and it's the end of the world as we know it.


And what, if anything, does this have to do with a No Police State. Have a great migrant mango vendor day and more.

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