Odds and Ends
On Sunday I saw two people who were going about accompanied by large parrots.
The first person was standing at a corner in the South Bronx waiting for the light to change. She was holding a hockey stick like a staff, blade end up. The blade was wrapped with a little cloth and upon that perched a large green parrot.
The second, was a guy riding a black motorcycle with a side car. The sidecar was unoccupied, but he had a large and handsome parrot resting on his shoulder. They went whizzing down the street, the parrot seeming very comfortable. I caught up with them at a red light, I was biking, where the parrot had hopped to the riders other shoulder and the two were canoodling in a rather shocking manner for such a public place.
Finally, last night a Hasidic guy hit on a coworker as she was waiting on a corner. His strong move was that he shook her hand. SHOOK HER HAND! IN PUBLIC!
That’s all I got for now.