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View Diary: Two People -- In Two Very Different Ways -- Stand Up to the Bigots. (47 comments)

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  •  Really! (2+ / 0-)
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    uciguy30, OtherDoug

    Is he always on a particular line or does he randomly pop up all over NYC?

    •  I've only seen him a couple times. (5+ / 0-)
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      jpmassar, myboo, skrekk, fumie, SneakySnu

      I think he focuses on particular lines, but occasionally hops on a different one.  Who knows?  Maybe he just gets bored of the same audience.

      I think I ran into him on the 7 train once, and then once on the 3.  These guys pick the express trains since they'll have a captive audience for a longer trip.  I tried asking him about shellfish and blended fabrics since they're "abominations" as well.  Then I tried to ask him where, specifically, Jesus discussed homosexuality.  I got a couple titters from other people on the train, but he just started preaching louder.  The guy in the video was a lot more effective and really rattled the street preacher.  You can see him get really agitated, not like his normal delivery.

      •  Cannot remember my subway lines (2+ / 0-)
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        jpmassar, OtherDoug

        But does this guy ask for Money? If so I have told him if you said "---" (I had my headphones on) you are in the wrong city and basically to get away.

        I think another guy. I cannot even remember what ride it was. In Manhattan I thought (N,W,Q,R or the 4 or 6). Too early for me. And while lived in NYC, don't anymore was on visit to sister (in Secaucus). I really wish I could remember, it was just really fast.

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