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New York City International Travel Warning

Japanese Government Announces Level Cherry Blossom Warning

Minor Radiation Leak Nothing To Worry About

Only 10% of the Radioactive Release of the gleeful Chernobyl Disaster

Humans not affected, possibly mutations restricted to lower life forms, lawyers and politicians

New York City International Travel Report:

Japan has suffered another series of devastating earthquakes.  These tremendous tremors may have awakened Kathy Lee Gifford from her Asian retreat.  Some reports suggest radioactive fallout has spread to the ground water supply and already irradiated several layers of the ecosystem.  Due to bio magnification, higher trophic feeding levels will be subjected to ever increasing levels of ingested radiation.  If indeed aquatic species feeding on plankton and ectoparasite gnathid isopods build up levels of uranium and unstable radioactive material, fishing, whaling and skinny dipping might have to stop for several thousand generations of three eyed flat fish.

For the time being New York City International places an INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL ADVISORY FOR JAPAN until further notice.

Bronx Zoo Back On Track

The Bronx Zoo Replaces Egyptian Snake

Congressman Found in Borough Reptile House

New York City International Political Report:

After selling children’s organs for snow flakes in summer the distinguished Republican Congressman from New Delaware was found behind glass as the new mildly interesting American Politician exhibit at the Bronx Zoo.  Manhattan patrons felt cheated when asked to pay for the pleasure of watching a vile creature in a concrete enclosure with glass windows and a full tub.  Apparently in America, these political species are hardly going extinct, due to their hyper stripper breeding patterns.

The Egyptian Cobra has a Twitter following of over 60,000 with a 30% higher Naris Poll approval rating than Mayor Bloomberg.   “L. Spike” doesn’t even use content management systems with RSS feeds because it doesn’t involve white rats.  For more information go to NY1.com

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April Fools!

Your Source for April 1’st Fun

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iAds and Mobile Advertising

Steve creates new Jobs by Bedding Microsoft!

Bing chosen over Google for iMac mobile devices!

Mobile iAd Advertising to Rival Google

New York City International Technology Report:

Steve Jobs announced iAd, the new ad server platform for mobile applications based on the iPhone, iPad, and iTouch product line.  In addition, our iPads are now running searches on Bing!  We liked the ease of Google Searches but now the standard search engine has been changed by Apple to Bing for at least some of the New York Devices.  Strangely the media hasn’t announced the electronic tsunami unleashed against Google Ad words and traditional digital marketing.  Why?  Probably because they are so confused and in wonder that Steve Jobs just created an entirely new industry, mobile advertising Apple style.

Rich Media and HTML5 are the new advertising publishing dreams.  New ways to engage, interact and report consumer metrics are just some of the obvious benefits from expanding outdated digital advertising.  iAds will now be included in every major corporation’s advertising campaign.

Apple is now bedded down with Microsoft and has created a mobile app so you too can learn about how quickly hell is freezing over.

You heard it first here at New York City International!

New York gets “High”

 

Today Broadway Gets “High”

New York City International Broadway Shows:

Presents:

“High” by Matthew Lombardo is a recovery addiction drama written from first hand knowledge.  The author was a meth addict, now clean for eight years and writes of the struggle and redeeming qualities of Sister Jamison Connelly, a tough-talking nun.  Kathleen Turner returns to Broadway for the first time since her Tony Nomination for her role as Martha, of Edward Albee’s “Who’s Afraid of Virgina Woolf?”

The drug addict, played by Evan Jonigkeit, paired with the strong inspirational character of Turner, should prove gripping and entertaining for Broadway lovers searching for deep real life drama relived on stage.

Broadway Previews TONIGHT!  222 West 45th Street at the Booth Theatre!

For more info Visit HighOnBroadway.com

Contact us here for VIP tickets!

Or Click Here to Book From Broadway.com

 

Spring Snow

Manhattan Weather Update

New York City International Travel Advisory

It’s past noon and believe it or not, snow is falling in Central Park!

Did the Groundhog plan this extended frost because Mayor Bloomberg squeezed his woodchucks?

Spring planting won’t happen today, or yesterday, or tomorrow.  Concrete farmers everywhere in New York must cure another day.

If you are thinking of traveling this week beware of black ice and bad drivers.

Be safe New York!