How to Measure the Urban Kindness of Strangers


This man got strangers to physically carry him on his back up 9.4 miles of the grand Manhattan Isle. He wanted to debunk the myth that New Yorkers are unfriendly. Well, I wish they would do this experiment in Paris, where I found myself once lugging 50 kilos of luggage up and down the Paris metro stairs for several hours to get from one side of the city to the next, with no elevator or escalator in sight. I fell two times and no one stopped to help me except for immigrant women. It would be an interesting experiment for Kuwait? Who wants to place bets on how far someone could get?

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