Middle-aged woman: My work is better than my personality, honestly. –40th b/w Park & Madison Overheard by: Jim Girl on cell: But you don't speak English or Spanish good. Baby, you just aren't that smart, how you supposed to get a job? –Baskin & Robbins Downtown Conductor: I really don't give a damn whether or not you stand clear of the closing doors, because regardless of where we go I'm still working. –1 Train Overheard by: gefilte fish junkie Hobo, arguing with another: Don't talk to me like I'm yo' job. –Harlem Overheard by: Emily Whiny lady on cell: Yeah, so I think I am allergic to my office. (pause) Oh, no, no, I am positive I am allergic to something in the office. Every time I am in there, sitting in my chair, I get these pains in my back. –41st St & Park Ave Overheard by: you still have a job, ungrateful lady! Hobo to passers-by: Where are you all going? There ain't no jobs. –Union Square Overheard by: Jillian