With the soda ban going into effect on March 12, here's Newsday Westchester's list of 10 other peeves he might want to target.
Sandwich board carriers: They're a cheap way to advertise but a nuisance on sidewalks, slowing down pedestrians trying to make the next light.
Doughnuts: Too many of these early-morning treats can pack on the pounds.
Slow walkers: Set a minimum walking speed of 3 mph, eliminating virtually static pedestrians.
Midblock cab hailers: Signaling between intersections frustrates those who hail taxis at crossings, the proper way.
Sharp objects: If they're not safe on planes, they're not safe on New York City's subway and buses, and maybe even streets.
Large coffees: New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's ban on large sodas goes into effect this month. How about also banning large caffeine-filled cups of coffee?
Multitasking walkers: If jaywalking is an offense, this should be, too. Pedestrians have a choice: Either stand and text, or look ahead and walk.
Large sandwiches: Limit the popular 12-inch sub to a 6-inch sub to reduce calorie intake from quick lunches.
Cool it on hot dogs: Limit them to one per customer. That would help reduce the intake of calories, cholesterol and maybe other harmful substances.
Ugh, those UGGS: Limit the wearing of these accessories from Down Under. After a winter of salt and snow, they do nothing to lift our spirits -- or help the New York state of mind.