The Manhattan skyline is pretty awe-inspiring, even to the most casual observer.
But this week?
It’s been a virtual smorgasbord of spectacle!
“Thanks for the downgrade. You should all be fired.”
Lucy Nobbe, a single mother from Kirkwood, Missouri, paid for the fly over. She simply wanted to send a message, and when she discovered she couldn’t do it over the Capitol in Washington, she settled for Wall Street.
Soon tweets were flying, too.
Then on Wednesday, the folks at 30 Rockefeller Plaza were treated to their own aerial show.
A young man in his 20′s stepped out on the ledge of the Top of the Rock Observatory — some 70 stories up — and threatened to jump. (Quest Love, the drummer for the Roots, was one of the first to tweet the incident.) Police arrived on the scene and talked him down some 45 minutes later.
Now, we all know things like this happen in three’s. (They just do.) So, we’ve had a plane. We’ve had a Superman of sorts.
Did we miss the bird? Or is some scary, spooky critter on its way?
Don’t. Look. Up.