We've already passed by the intersection with the highest street-number product in the city; here's the intersection at the other extreme.

We've already passed by the intersection with the highest street-number product in the city; here's the intersection at the other extreme.

This is the counterpoint to my walk across the US. Instead of seeing a million places for just a minute each, I'm going to spend a million minutes exploring just one place. By the time I finish walking every block of every street in all five boroughs, I'll have traveled more than 8,000 miles on foot — all within a single city. Details!

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That reminds me a great Seinfeld episode where Kramer gets lost downtown: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Maid_%28Seinfeld%29

I was just popping in to make the same comment. 1st and 1st, this must be the nexus of the universe!

I was just thinking the same thing! Didn’t he say something about the “nexus of the universe?”

What a stupid place to put decals. How many people look at the backside of a walk/don’t walk signal? I never have.