“A New York minute is an instant. Or as Johnny Carson once said, it’s the interval between a Manhattan traffic light turning green and the guy behind you honking his horn. It appears to have originated in Texas around 1967. It is a reference to the frenzied and hectic pace of New Yorkers’ lives. A New Yorker does in an instant what a Texan would take a minute to do.”
(June 20, 2005 Urban Word of the Day. Retrieved 25 September, 2013).
New York, October 2011.
New York, 12 Hours Later.
Pittsburgh, Last Night.
Pittsburgh, 12 Hours Later.
Love that which you love, with all of your might. Because anything can change in a New York Minute. ANYTHING. In an instant. Sometimes you’re lucky. Sometimes you’re not. And today, we were lucky. Very lucky. Please, have good thoughts for my Gwendolyn.