I find body language quite fascinating. It's no different from all other forms of social games, including the denigration of tactics.
That was an opinion, not a tactic. If I felt like bringing out the tactics, I would go straight into an overly complicated urban handshake ending in an awkward fist bump, that freaks those types of people out. This would happen if somebody is overly annoying me with tendencies to elevate appearance over action, dominance over cooperation.
My phone is in such a sorry state but I don't think I can afford a new one.
I also spent $45 for an all day bike pass near central park (I couldn't make the $101 hold amount because I'm carrying cash with me for Citibike - theirs was only $15 for an all day pass as well).
I spent about $30 for food and drink so far - first time eating quinoa from Fresh and Co as well as a sausage egg roll from some Cafe on 6th Avenue. The rest was spent on huge bottled water.
To make the most out of my bike pass, it's the first time I've ever rode in traffic and it was intimidating yet thrilling. Rode down Uptown Manhattan, into Times Square, then back up Central Park through the main road.
Central Park is more tiring but safe to ride. Lots of uphill roads, horse manure and chilly spring breeze made my nose water, leaving me breathless for a while.
I was not aware of how unfit I am until today.
In a strange twist of fate, I was interviewed by this fitness instructor for her YouTube channel about spirituality. .. Maybe once it's posted up you people can VI me.