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Hardest working man in NYC Subway!

This man has been working the subways since when I was a teenager, I’m about to hit my 40s. Whenever I see him, I smile and nod. I have tried to engage him in conversation, but it’s never happened. I don’t normally film people without their permission, but this man is a Bronx Icon, a legend as far as I’m concerned. It is always a pleasure to see him, and I really do hope that one day I’ll be able to learn his amazing story. Think about all that he has seen over the decades, the stories this man could probably tell us! If he wrote a book, I’d buy it, and promote the hell out of it!

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