Amtrak, Nakedness and Distress

July 14th, 2010 by Jay Levy View Comments

Yesterday I headed up to Boston to judge the 2nd round of the Mass Challenge, which was fun.  I’m going to write a future post about judging startup competitions, but this yesterday was one of those days I just need to document.

6:00am – Wakeup to catch an early train, I hate getting up this early.

7:30am – Walk into bathroom at Penn Sation to wash hands, full of homeless people brushing their teeth.

8:00am – Take Acela to boston, nothing exciting here.

11:45am – Walk into bathroom at Boston South Station…  Man fully naked taking a shower in the sink, I walk out, but apparently doesn’t phase the other 10 people using the bathroom.

1:00pm – Judge mass challenge (more to come later)

7:00pm – Take train back, delayed about 1.5 hrs, sucks!

12:00am – Arrive at Penn Station.

12:15am – Man falls on escalator and cant get up about a dozen people just stand and watch, I run up the escalator and lift him up.

What has happened to people in this country, you see a person in distress and you don’t do anything?

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Jay Levy

Jay Levy is a co-founder and principal of Zelkova Ventures. Jay focuses most of his time in working with the current portfolio company and looking at new investments in the software-as-a-service, internet media and green tech space. More »

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