It´s chilly and windy in New York City. But in the morning I could spot a long line of people. Did they wait for a free lunch? Did they hope to get a soup from Salvation Army? Were they standing in line to get free clothing and other help?
Nope. One of the shops on Manhattan`s cool Lafayette Street had a new sales deal which attracted lot of suitors in defiance of the wintery weather. The place sells skateboards and skate clothing.
These days you could see a lot of those lines, they pop up wherever a hip store offers something new. The media call this "the great depression". But I guess one of the passerby hit the spot. He called this action "good capitalism".