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CaseyNeistat

Casey Owen Neistat (born: March 25, 1981 [age 38]) is an American YouTuber, vlogger, producer, director and co-founder of the social media company, 'Beme' which he sold to CNN. Casey lives in New York City and used to make daily vlogs which casued a huge growth of his channel. He uses "Boosted Boards" to travel around the city. His YouTube channel currently has over 11 million subscribers and over 2.5 billion video views. About Casey is married to Candice Pool and has a daughter Francine, who is a toddler, are commonly seen in his videos, and his son Owen, who is in college, is occasionally seen. He frequently travels around the US and occasionally to other countries for various business deals, conventions, and partnerships. Now, he makes videos occasionally. By not uploading daily, it gives him more time to edit and perfect his videos. In July 2008, HBO purchased an eight episode televison series 'The Neistat Brothers' which he made along with his brother Van. Many people love the way he vlogs or films, his unique style of filming the whole scene rather than just the subject and he is often the subject of trending topics on both the internet and television. He won the GQ Men of the Year award in 2016 as the New Media Star. On April 5, 2018, Neistat announced that his daily vlogs will be returning in a new collaborative form. The project will be called 368, in which Neistat will post his first video tomorrow as said on his video.

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  1. One more thing. My parents and grandparents were born and raised in NYC. My parents however decided they either couldn’t handle it anymore or whatever excuse they used and moved us out of the city to some stupid town in the middle of nowhere and 90 miles north of the city. I always hated it I always knew I didn’t belong upstate and believe me as I got older and to this day I still get more and more resentful that I didn’t get to for fill my birthright and grow up in my hometown the most amazing city in the world that life just saying this because you have two babies born in the best city in the world and I’m sure wherever you guys moved it will be really really cool but I wouldn’t want your children to end up feeling like I did that I got denied getting to live my young adult and child hood in the city but I was born in which is the best city in the world. I’m sure your family will be lovely and happy and for filled wherever you end up living but please just for your children sake think about that think about the fact that you and your wife have gotten to have all of those years in this amazing city but if you take your children out of there they will not get to have that experience and they might not be thrilled about that when they realize it later on in life as I did even when I was a child I knew I was missing out on living in my hometown where I should’ve been raised all along

  2. “NYC is for the young and broke or rich and old”. One of the saddest things I’ve ever heard put into words- but even sadder is that/ being born and raised in New York it’s kind of true/because I had to leave Manhattan in 2010 because I was broke and single. it’s different if yer a couple and sharing expenses- but to be a single person past the age of 30-ish (when it’s no longer tolerable to be living in a roommate situation) means you can no longer live in NYC unless it’s on it in a cardboard box on a corner. I have not and will not give up my dream of moving back home to my beloved NYC. there are a couple of things on the distant horizon that may put me in a position to be able to go home I don’t feel at home anywhere else n I miss my Nyc home so much it is heartbreaking. I’ve moved elsewhere several times and always came back on because specially if you’re from New York no place will ever ever be “home” So Casey my friend I understand your wanderlust but at least my perspective having left and come back several times and now not being able to live in that magnificent city my advice to you is to hang on to your life in the best city in the world with a death grip as long as you can. If you have to go then you have to go and then so be it. But really think about it because once you leave it’s seemingly impossible to get back in unless you have an F ton of money.

  3. you should talk some about your transition from "becoming an adult" to "nyc".
    painful as i suspect at least some memories to be, i'm sure there are a lot of things you had to be quite stern with yourself about so you could create new habits, and generally build into success. no matter how much change of environment to nyc helped: you had to change yourself too. i'm sure that's compelling story, not to mention helpful to anyone who is smart enough to listen.

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