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Is this a performance art piece?
Quit spamming the site, you knucklehead.
@ Anon (1), I'm afraid I know nothing about the back story to this photo.@ Anon (2), unfortunately there are a few spammers operating here. Just ignore them and I'll delete the comments ASAP.
It is certainly a good way to ensure you aren't crowded on the subway.
Looks like it was a performance piece done on the N train in NYC. The funny thing is how non-plussed the other passengers are about the woman chopping onions. When someone acts strange on the subway, it's best just to pretend you don't notice!http://gothamist.com/2012/04/12/spotted_fancy_dinner_prep_on_the_su.php
Thanks for the info!Heh heh, it's funny how everyone keeps their distance in the video.
'When someone acts strange on the subway, it's best just to pretend you don't notice!' and, very important, get the hell away from the nut. Not always an option, anyway.
Definitely NYC - very recognizable subway car. I vote L train, though.... ;)
Oops - my apologies - Anon #3 had it right. Just watched the video. N train it is. (I just thought the L would be a more likely spot for an event such as this one...)(Anonymous NYC-er from above)
It appears it's not just onions ....http://i.imgur.com/jo95p.jpg
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