I guess my feelings on gentrification are that cities grow, and people need places to live and it’s just what happens. At one point I had a motorcycle I bought from a guy named Slick who owns a repair and used motorcycle shop, Japanese bikes, over in Williamsburg. And you know, he’s been there for years and years and he bought it for very cheap and it’s this old shack with all these cycles sitting out in the street. And he’s been offered millions and millions of dollars for his property and he’s like, “Nah,” just holding on. When you hear stories like that [pauses] I think that’s a pretty cool thing.
Its hard not miss Slick.