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02/19/2013

Video: Stand clear of the closing doors, minds

by Jeremy Hooper

The phenomenon of obnoxious subway preachers pushing their dogma onto your commute is just one of the many uniquely NYC experiences you might encounter on your next visit. We locals think of it as one of the many prices we pay to live in a city where the actual prices we pay are more than enough, thank you very much.

But another NYC phenomenon revolves around LGBT acceptance and the fact that, for the majority of us Gothamites, it is a no-brainer conversation. NYC loves its large LGBT population, and inclusivity is a city virtue. That being the case, it's quite possible that if the aforementioned dogma-shouter threatens the natural tolerance of the area with his or her decidedly closed-eared mouthings, the audience might just rise up against the self-appointed, MetroCard-carrying prophet. Like this:


[h/t: Gawker via Towle]

In a city like NYC, you do have to take the underground train if you want an efficient commute. You do not have to take this noise pollution.

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