|View off of Goethals Bridge|
between New Jersey and Staten Island
My column is up at the Douglas Budget and you really should read it because if you don't you might one day accidentally go to New Jersey and then you'll be sorry.
Never go to New Jersey on purpose is what I'm saying.
I do feel the teeniest bit bad that I malign that state so much. I'm sure it has its good points, somewhere deep, deep down.
Nothing is all bad, right?
Except for English peas. Those suck no matter what you do to them.
So go here and read it and maybe "like" it if you're on Facebook. If you're feeling froggy, send me some money; small, unmarked bills are preferable. No actual frogs please.
These pictures were taken near Elizabeth, New Jersey, an industrial area and home to Newark-Elizabeth airport, where 32 million passengers came through last year and then got out as fast as they could. Presumably.
Ok, New Jersey, you have a nice sky. There. I said something nice.