Monday, February 27, 2006

A Day Last Week

Here's a day last week. After Work #1 I walked up to 36th & 6th to do work #2 at Gotham Hall.

These are some of the nice Buildings I walked by on the way.

Near 25th & 5th


Gotham Hall Home of the worlds most expensive mitzvahs and weddings.

Nice Rack Huh...

Amp world where wireless receivers also live happily alongside stage box and Comms.


All we need now is some shmuzers.
Oh here they are. I was told there were protesters outside and I got all excited. This event was for Latin journalist Scholarship foundation. Apparently they are sponsored by a bunch of big multi-national corps. The protesters (which there were only two of by the way) said the journalists, whose educations were sponsored by these giant corporations were not reporting on atrocities committed by the evil ones in small Latin American countries.What's kind of interesting is the Key Note Speaker for this event was Some ACLU Director.Fancy Stairs Vs the stairs I use.With everyone happy downstairs I went on a mission to the mezzanine. Had to run a super long power cable. It's the one on the far left.
Here's the cute little mackie for upstairs. 16x4
They had the "after party" on the mez. These Latin journalist are apparently known for there parties and wild partying ways. They had a pretty cool Latin band made up of mostly old Cubans.
This keyboard player guy was very pushy and completely surprised that the band is not catered to and it is exactly the opposite actually - the band caters to the client.
He didn't like the way things were set- up.
At first I thought he was the band leader and I tried to placate him then I found out the old bass player was the leader so I kind of ignored him a bit and he became really cool.
Four trombones, Bass, keys, Percussion, Guitar, Congos.
I was stuck in this elevator for five minutes. Luckily there was a Mexican girl stuck in there with me and she had crazy lungs and screamed us out.

Two am and it's time to go home. See ya next time, nighty night Gotham Hall.

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