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RogerBW
RogerBW
Fri, Jan 23, 2015 9:44pm

I see no tech later than the 1930s there. Not surprising it’s dying. Now, something nice in silicon and chrome…

bronxbee
bronxbee
reply to  RogerBW
Sat, Jan 24, 2015 5:33pm

we still have tons of tech from the 19th, early, mid and late 20th century, still working away… perhaps there should have been an ubiquitous cell/smart phone in there… but honestly, this is more representative of NYC.

RogerBW
RogerBW
reply to  bronxbee
Sat, Jan 24, 2015 10:09pm

Yeah, but not many hearts that were beating in the 1930s are still in good shape now.
(It’s a strained metaphor, but so’s the poster.)

Dr. Rocketscience
Dr. Rocketscience
reply to  RogerBW
Mon, Jan 26, 2015 10:28pm

Apparently the years between the wars was a Golden Age for NYC, not just the English country lifestyle.

Rebecca Dalmas
Rebecca Dalmas
Sun, Jan 25, 2015 7:26pm

But really, why would it be dying? Real question…the church in the next village over just had its 1000 year anniversary. the village itself is, of course, older. Cities can last quite a lot.

MaryAnn Johanson
reply to  Rebecca Dalmas
Mon, Jan 26, 2015 10:55am

But NYC isn’t dying. The poster is referring to New Yorkers, because they’re not getting the organs they need, because other New Yorkers aren’t signing up to be organ donors.

Rebecca Dalmas
Rebecca Dalmas
reply to  MaryAnn Johanson
Sat, Jan 31, 2015 1:28pm

Oh, good! That went right over my head.

Beowulf
Beowulf
reply to  MaryAnn Johanson
Sun, Feb 08, 2015 7:46pm

“Can we have your liver, then?”