MAY LAY LOW said:
fuk this white boy........... it aint like that at all, new yorkers are some of the most social people, of course you got some people that are less social, but for the most part its just the dont fuk with me i wont fuk with u attitude, but if new yorkers were so anti social how the fuk would he even be able to get all those new yorkers to open up and speak on camera,,,,,,,,, anybody who is truely a new yorker knows the opening statements were just totally spoken by a white boy trying to broaden his horizons because he's the one with the blindfold on.............due people really realize how stupid they look when they put things together on cam?????? this white boy suckkkkkkksssssssssss!!!!!!! Go thru something in life and then maybe youll have bases to try to look deep and thoughtful, until then this shyt is strait outta yuppie ville!
Please don't speak for "real New Yorkers", thanks.
Not only did you miss the whole point of the documentary, but you're wrong too, breh. No one on the train randomly sparks up conversations with strangers in NY. Look how many people turned him down before the 6-7 people he actually interviewed.
People get on the train at 7AM to go to a 9-5 every single weekday, nobody is trying to chat it up about the latest talk show or drama series with the person sitting next to them.
Some ignorant a.ss statements from you to bring race into this thread, when it's completely irrelevant.