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Monday, February 14, 2005

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phyrephox

Someone told me to start off at the 86st entrance. How did you go about walking through it?

Aaron

We entered at 81st street, turned left and went to the top of the hill and then heade downtown, across the south end of the Great Lawn, circled around up to Belvedere Castle, down through The Ramble to the Mall and then headed back out near Tavern on the Green at 67th. I don't think there's really any good or bad place to start or finish though. The only thing I would suggest is to go to some high points here and there.

not art

Top Ten Most Common Questions About The Gates


10. Why?

9. Twenty-five million for drapes?

8. Will it improve my cell phone reception?

7. When I get mugged by a guy hiding behind a giant curtained arch, which city agency should I sue?

6. What's this I hear about filling up Central Park with Crisco?

5. Where do I report a gate-jacking?

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3. If you rearrange the letters in "Christo" you can spell "Ostrich".

2. Would you describe this more as a colossal waste of money or a colossal waste of time?

1. Is it urine-proof?

Aaron

Listen, and this is kind of a note for everyone: If you're going to post comments on this site, and especially if you're lame enough to do it anonymously by including a fake email address or a name like "not art," AND if you're point is to argue something I'm saying, how about being clever or intelligent yourself rather than simply cribbing bits from David Letterman. At least give credit to their show when you're being so damn unoriginal.

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