Quotables / by laurel

"Commuters traversing the Lexington Passage of Grand Central Station are serenaded daily by a rotating lineup of musicians...folkie spiders who haven't bothered to download the tabulations for any music recorded after Neil Young's After the Gold Rush; Guatemalans with cheap woodwind instruments miraculously worsening the love theme from Titanic which I guess must be the Guatemalan national anthem; three ancient black guys harmonizing to "Under the Boardwalk"; a crazy lady shuffling through your train car in plastic bag shoes, and singing church songs at the top of her papery lungs."
- Todd Levin at Tremble.com on his daily commutes