Quiet Lunch is often doling out its own opinions, but today that all changes for the better. Sure, we may be wise beyond our years but we’re also surrounded by a city filled sophisticated scholars and crude sages. Featuring our correspondent, Rico, in some of the city’s most popular neighborhoods, Street Prattle is an effort to document how New Yorkers really feel about issues. Young or old; tan or ivory; cooter or no cooter, your opinion matters.
This week we talk to city dwellers about the arrival of Black Friday. With all that the city has been through these past weeks, Quiet Lunch wanted to know if New Yorkers were truly welcoming the consumerism onslaught that is Black Friday. Rico asks:
“After Superstorm Sandy, are New Yorkers really thinking about Black Friday?”
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