Thursday, September 10, 2009

SINCE THEY MADE IT THERE, IT ONLY FOLLOWS THEY COULD HAVE MADE IT ANYWHERE, NO? The Museum of the City of New York is honoring the 400th anniversary of Henry Hudson stumbling into what would become NYC by choosing the 400 most important New Yorkers. It's an interesting and inclusive list, with historical and contemporary figures from all walks of life, but while the likes of the Donald, Walt Frazier, Broadway Joe, and Jerry Seinfeld made the cut, missing are Derek Jeter, Patrick Ewing, Mickey Mantle, and David Letterman.

So, who else (co-Bloggers, excluded), should have been included amongst the best Big Applers?

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