New York City People On The Street
New York City – People On The Street
There is no doubt about it. New York City is where city people are at. Surviving and jiving, moving and mobbing, herding and hording, robbing and stabbing, loving and jabbing, buzzing and nabbing.
It is the place to be if you want to observe people doing their thing in an unsurpassed swarm of hive chaos. After all, the compaction of the city proper is tight, more than just a little crowded, packed. By far the densest city in the United States, it boasts more than 8.4 million, depending on how you read the stats. If you want to include the surrounding hives it swells to over 20 million. That is a lot of people rubbing and jostling and merry making and earning and partying and officiating and toiling and spending and keeping up all of the inner-city carrying on required by a colony of buzzing urbanites. And what about the social and emotional element? Nerves and patience and excitement and eagerness and enthusiasm and humor and sadness and anticipation and prediction and, well, every instinct and feeling known and unknown are gurgling and welling in this metropolis of human interconnections. If a visitor is willing to keep an eye out for the human connection you are bound to find a well of material. Just pick any street and start walking.
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