Tag Archives: space

1BD/1BA $3200 91st & CPW

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Call me to set up a time and day to view this apartment.

-hardwood floors
-voice intercom
-closet space
-renovated bath
-stainless steel appliances
-dishwasher
-microwave
-balcony
-elevator
-part time doorman
-across from Central Park
-near A, B, and C trains at 96th St

Let’s get you moved in!
erick@bohemiarealtygroup.com

**Applicants should have GOOD credit and make 40x the Monthly rent – or have a Guarantor who has GOOD credit and makes 80x the Monthly rent!


2BD/BA $4150 91st & CPW

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Call me to set up a time and day to view this apartment.

-hardwood floors
-voice intercom
-closet space
-renovated bath
-stainless steel appliances
-dishwasher
-microwave
-elevator
-part time doorman
-across from Central Park
-near A, B, and C trains at 96th St

Let’s get you moved in!
erick@bohemiarealtygroup.com

**Applicants should have GOOD credit and make 40x the Monthly rent – or have a Guarantor who has GOOD credit and makes 80x the Monthly rent!


2BD/1BA $2695 94th & Riverside Dr

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Call me and set up and appointment to view this apartment.

Elevator building with on-site laundry in the basement. Close to the 2/3 trains and Riverside Park and a short walk to Central Park and Columbia. Apartment includes 1 king size bedroom. 1 full size bedroom, a renovated kitchen with oak cabinets, granite countertops, and new stainless steel appliances (including dishwasher) and a charming living room. Available for immediate move-in (just finished renovating).

Let’s get you moved in!
erick@bohemiarealtygroup.com

**Applicants should have GOOD credit and make 40x the Monthly rent – or have a Guarantor who has GOOD credit and makes 80x the Monthly rent!
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25 Of The Most Unbelievably Overcrowded Places On The Planet


Some of these are pretty surprising.


“The Universe Is Indifferent” – Donald Draper


History Of Astronomy

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This book is totally for the geek in you. I got this book for free on my Kindle and I randomly chose to knock it out one day. It’s a pretty short book, and the title explains it all … well not all of it. It was written in 1909, so there’s plenty left out; or unknown, for better terms. And yes, you will need a dictionary.


What Do Up & Down Mean?

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If you’re standing on Earth’s south pole and you look up at the sky, are you really looking up, or are you technically looking down? Tough question, isn’t it? From a universal Earth perspective, you’d certainly be looking down.

Whose idea was it to define Europe, America, and Asia as part of the northern hemisphere, and anything below the equator as the southern? If the early astronomers we know of in the west would have come from Australia, would the idea have been different? I think a lot of astrological determinations would be totally opposite.

We allow scientific theories that root from a time when the Earth was thought to be the center of our universe dictate our concept of placement and motion. When you dig deep in your mind and think about our planet, it’s a really tiny digit of a ball. Spheres have no sides, they’re the perfect shape; so what’s north to us, could be south to someone else.

There is only what we believe and make into reality through dialogue and mandated rules. The fact is, there can be almost infinite perspectives of viewing what’s up and what’s down. The laws of gravity can be tricky, but don’t be fooled by attraction. When we leave Earth, there are a whole new set of rules to direction, and up is no way different from down.


Why Carl Sagan Gets High

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If you’ve never heard of Carl Sagan, Google him.

There are plenty reasons why I get high, but Carl Sagan’s reasons are way cooler than mine. Any dude that can explain the space-time continuum to an elementary school class, break down the reasons why nebulas form, give a clear definition of what a black hole is and consists of, all while high on weed, should help shed light to why pot is not as harmful as lawmakers would want everyone to believe.


What’s in Erick’s brain

All things are relative. It took me years to understand what that saying means, but I now do. It is the saying that has been revolving in my head for weeks. Everything else on my mind has currently been encompassed in that saying’s paradigm.