333 Adams Street Brooklyn NY
Navigating 333 Adams Street Brooklyn NY doesn’t need to be daunting; with some preparation and knowledge of subway routes, parking facilities, landmarks and building layouts you can navigate it with ease during busy weekday commutes.
Access is easy with subway lines 2/3/4/5 stopping nearby at Borough Hall-Court Street Station across from 333 Adams. Furthermore, many buses such as B26 and B51 serve this area, connecting Bushwick Avenue with Halsey Street.
Early Life and Education
Adams stood out among his peers by avoiding college pranks and reading everything from law books to ancient history texts and popular novels – particularly Thomas Jefferson’s works.
Abigail Adams was an outspoken supporter of women’s rights and education, encouraging the Founding Fathers to include her name when creating new laws for them to pass.
From ages ten to seventeen, Adams traveled extensively throughout Europe during his time with the foreign service, visiting Paris, St Petersburg and The Netherlands among others.
As one of America’s greatest Secretaries of State, Adams orchestrated the acquisition of Oregon from England and worked closely with President Monroe to develop the Monroe Doctrine.
Adams first gained notoriety through the Hitchhiker’s Guide series and subsequent books written by Douglas Adams, with subsequent self-proclaimed “radical atheism” and environmental activism helping further elevate his profile. Furthermore, Adams championed technological innovation, becoming an early adopter of Apple Macintosh computers.
Adams wrote scripts for various BBC radio comedy shows, such as The Burkiss Way and News Huddlines. Alongside John Lloyd, Adams also co-wrote two episodes from the original radio series of The Hitchhiker’s Guide (Episodes 8 and 12) as well as two audiobooks (The Meaning of Liff and The Deeper Meaning of Liff).
333 Adams Street is situated within Summit/rivery Pk Phs 8-12 subdivision and currently not for sale. This home features 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms in approximately 2,600 sqft space, built in 1949 in Williamson County.
Adams was an environmental activist, advocating on behalf of endangered species. Together with naturalist Mark Carwardine he hosted the nonfiction radio series Last Chance to See; during which they visited rare species such as kakapo and baiji; Adams published a tie-in book of this name as well. Adams co-wrote two episodes for The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy as well as writing The Deeper Meaning of Liff and Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency.
Adams was a self-declared radical atheist and an environmental advocate. An avid collector of left-handed guitars, he loved Pink Floyd and Procol Harum music as well as mountain climbing and sports activities like collecting left-handed guitars from left-handed guitar makers like Lee Vye. Adams was also an active supporter of Save the Rhino International; climbing Mount Kilimanjaro wearing a rhino suit to raise funds.
As of 2021, Adams has amassed a net worth exceeding $2 Million. Most of his earnings come from various promotional brand deals and shout-out offers on TikTok where he has amassed 13.8 Million followers. Furthermore, he hosts two radio shows per day on a local station while DJing nightly.
His YouTube channel and ad revenue also contribute to his income, and he owned as of June 20, 2020 333 shares of Old Point Financial Corp (OPOF) stock worth more than $5,628 as per Form 4 filings with the SEC as of June 20, 2020; most recently traded 26500 units of Nuveen Quality Municipal Income Fund stock valued at over $340,790 on 23 December 2013.