Friday, December 08, 2006

Axles of Evill


I had a dream last night that I was in a new bike shop which opened up around the corner from me. The name of the shop was thus. This has gotten me thinking that Axis's of Evill would probably work just as well.

Axes of Evill -- A tool shops shop in the east village. I dont think they would sell much too firefighters.

Exes of Evill -- People I have dated who are known to frequent the east village. Probably the most fitting.

I think this all came to my mind because on the job on thursday, I thought my boss said a competitor was opening a new firm called Axis of Evil. I said out loud that that sounded like a horrible idea. Apparently he said something completely different like Cantor Seinuk Associates. We ended up having a meeting at the top of the rock with the client.


I want to thank Marietta for the advice about the toys. However, I think that if I am not going to get them anything essentially new york than I might as well wait until I get to the mall in MN I have a week before x-mas when I am out there. Unfortunately, there is no toys R us in the mall.

1 comment:

Weef! said...

a) how can the Mall of America not have a Toys r' Us? (You are going to the Mall of America aren't you?)

b) Okay, you want Manhattan-centric? Get the baby a Whoozit (they are very popular and they are manufactured by the Manhattan Toy Company (I think this counts). For the rest of the kids go to either Yoya or Yoya Mart (addresses below) or Mxyplyzyk or, who are we kidding, just get them the complete Martin Scorsese box set. You're never to young for Mean Streets and Taxi Driver.

YOYA
(646) 336-6844
636 Hudson Street

YOYAMART
(212) 242-5511
15 Gansevoort Street

Mxyplyzyk
125 Greenwich Ave
New York, NY 10014
125 Greenwich Ave
New York, NY 10014