I’ve been all over the world, but life on the street in New York City is “different” from any place I’ve been. Case in point: I was walking west on 14th Street as I passed the subway entrance at 6th Avenue. At the entrance to the stairs leading down to the subway, there was a big guy manspreading on an overturned red, plastic newspaper box, using it as his private office space. It looked as if all of his construction tools were in the black duffel bag propped next to him on the box as he screamed into his phone, “It will be easy money!”

There’s almost TOO much to work with here. Looking forward to hearing your take on “It will be easy money!”