I think I've fallen in love with the Rockefeller centre and it's surrounding plaza. Got up early and limped to the subway, and then got a coffee in Pret. I then wandered up to the Top of the Rock place. Lift up is awesome as the roof is transparent, with a translucent projection on it. The top was amazing, not only the view but there was much more space than empire state building, barely anyone there, it was day time so I could see the wonderful colours of central park AND it began to snow. Good times. Even took some humourous photos of my face, so a normal photo then. I then went down to the NBC shop, but they had run out of the heroes t-shirt I wanted to spite Adam with.
Save the cheerleader, save the world.
And although the NBC tour sounded interesting it wasn't around the shows I knew much about. So I went to Mancha Wok, which explains the sweet & sour sauce all over this book. I'm using chop sticks this time cos I'm cool like that. Did you know that chopsticks originated in China under the Shang Dynasty (1766-1122 BC), as a substitute for knives at the table. According to Confucius, knives were equated with acts of aggression and should note be used to dine.
In other news they still have no Mountain Dew and I'm going to MoMA.