Interesting segment today on WNYC about how we New Yorkers should comport ourselves in the streets and public institutions of our fair city. Apparently someone wrote a book about it.
I thought one of the joys of being a New Yorker was that you could be as rude and crude as you wanted to be. If this book is to be believed, however, this is no longer the case.
The author does make some interesting points, however. Most of all: when walking down the sidewalk, keep to your right!
And my own personal tidbit: when riding the subway, don't eat and don't stand in front of the doors when there are open seats and space available!