Sunday, January 15, 2006

Glove Drop

While at Snowmass in Aspen, Mario was standing by a glove that someone had dropped. Within 5 minutes about six people told him that he'd dropped his glove.

So we left it there and turned on the camera to record the helpful people, because Mario said that in NYC, everyone would have walked by.

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At the start of the video, Carol walks up and tells Mario that he's dropped his glove.

I shush her.


  1. Carol, shh! haha. never in nyc.

  2. Anonymous9:25 AM

    Thats bogus..... I liked this blog up until that stupid comment about New York. You ever live in NY? It always gets a bum rap, but the people there are helpful and considerate, especially in any type of emergency like 9-11 or blackouts, etc.
    Take your comment back.

    - A NY'er

  3. It's not my comment. It's Mario's comment.

    He can make whatever comment he wants to make, just like you can make whatever comment you want to make.

    It's his opinion that no New Yorker would have stopped to tell him that he had dropped a glove.

    Not mine.

  4. It is true "anonymous", it is not bogus. I do live in Manhattan, do you? I agree with your comment about times of emergency, however, a glove on the floor is no emergency, therefore no one really cares.