The gridlock week from hell is finished. Fashion week is complete, the U.N. 60th anniversary is celebrated, Clinton's Global Summit is past and the first full week of public school is done. So now we can all go back to the rest of our lives with our commutes as back to normal as a New York commute can be. The different papers have different takes on just how much of a hassle this week actually was, which seems to us to make sense. How bad the week seemed is directly related to where you live, work and play in the city (i.e. we never really go by the U.N. so the anniversary traffic lock downs didn't really effect us). So we turn to you, any horror stories from the past week? Did models take over your favorite dive? Did you miss a big meeting because of those four black sedans that were blocking traffic?