As New York City subway stations go, most are bearable. Sure they are hot, smelly, and full of trash, but it's all part of being a New Yorker — we accept it as par for the course. There are some stops, however, that have seemingly fallen off of the v radar screen; stops that smell of vomit and piss; stops that have massive rat infestations; stops that are, quite literally, a mugger's paradise; stops that look as though a mortar shell somehow found its way below ground. Today, in the name of change (are you listening MTA?), we count down the 10 worst, most horribly deplorable, subway stations in Manhattan.