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Sidewalkers behaving badly

"The most obnoxious situation is to be stuck behind human barricades of three or four people who are sauntering down the sidewalk, sometimes amicably talking among themselves, oblivious to the bustle of humanity all around them. They exist in an ignorant bliss that as New Yorkers and Americans we have a duty to destroy."

Please -- learn how to walk already. Read 'City Sidewalks, Cluttered Sidewalks' by Matthew Sheahan.

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