Monday, August 2, 2010

Mad Hatter's Tea Party in Tompkins!

Man, today was action packed with weird fun shit! I'm sad it's August because all it reminds me of is the fall which reminds me of the winter which I absolutely despise..but it's okay-i'm planning to win the mega-millions jackpot and spend my winter somewhere warm and then donate the rest to saving the Orangutans in Borneo.
Anycrotch, there was a hardcore show at Tompkins today..which was fine but kind of sparsely attended if it was really the riot reunion show..which it may have been considering all the cops that showed up.
BUT after the show at 6pm the Free Art Society showed up in costumes and hats and had an Alice in Wonderland Mad Hatter's Tea Party which was awesome! They set up a table with 60 places and were really in full out costumes and hats and served tea, cupcakes and cookie from the Lower East Side Girls' Club..which were so colorful and cute..Everyone danced and ate and ran around to the marching band that was there..it was really fun. I wish everyday was like that. Here are a few photos and then 3 shaky videos i took while dancing around..They had some damn goldfish on that table!
Then I split for brooklyn and got some video of John speaking and playing some great old music from his 78 collection at Jalopy Theater in brooklyn..I'll post those up soon..so much stuff going on lately!

5 comments:

  1. Just to let you know, I don't live (nor have I ever) in Borneo! And, also too, the paperwork hasn't quite been processed on my request to change my last name to Orangutang...but soon (and forever) I will be Brett Orangutang! I don't really need to be "saved" but whatever one calls it is okay, I suppose. You can contact me later about my address and whatnot (you know, where to send the check/checks, etc.)...Oh, I almost forgot: I will most certainly appreciate any donations for leisure explorations in the interim time; of course, Eden will be doing quite enough, believe you me, with the lottery proceeds, but anyone else can freely help with the interim period! Thank you!!

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  2. Wait- are you that guy that i'm going to mail 1,000 dollars to in Africa in return for your family fortune? I was so happy the day I got your email! It stinks you can't get all that money without a stranger's help who you contacted online-but I wlll do whatever I can to help you!

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  3. I can't believe that I missed all this!

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  4. It was pretty hilarious. The cops seemed
    so confused about the tea party. They seemed to be waiting for a riot but got
    a mad tea party instead with wigs and hats and weirdness.

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