I love my borough, but it's as if we've lost our identity. I just finished reviewing a website dedicated to Brooklyn. The site was filled with photographed celebrities with Brooklyn backgrounds, and native Brooklynites in Brooklyn expressing their love for, and experiences within the Borough. They discuss the culture, architecture, history, feel etc.
Then I look at the photographs I pasted in this email, and the answer is clear.
We sold our borough out, and have no identity, we let over development destroy the character and pride of our communities, our elected members sat back while the identity was of our bridge was stolen as well.
I'm writing this on my cell phone while at work, and I have to be brief;
Queens: where's your pride? - Jamaal Harris