Thank you to some local media outlets for their kind words about our own New York Commuter’s Glossary.
Wrote Robert Michelin:
It’s the stressful act of making a split-second decision of whether you have enough time to purchase a beer in Grand Central Terminal before catching your train home. Many New York commuters face this scenario every day, but few may know what it’s actually called.
“The New York Commuter’s Glossary,” a new book written by Hawthorne resident Michael Malone, labels it “Booze It or Lose It.” The phrase is one of many in the glossary that are created and defined by Malone in a witty way to look at commuting by train.
If you’re not a daily Metro-North rider and don’t yet know all of said unspoken rules, at least you can learn the lingo. In The New York Commuter’s Glossary, Malone has given a name to all of the little indignities that face a daily train commuter.
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