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Green party


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Entering Bowling Green

Crowded platform

US Army and Viking, peacefully coexisting

Partiers on the train

Boom box and partiers

Diplomat Bowl

10:52 AM | Comments (11) | TrackBack (3)


That is freakin awesome. What time was this at?

Posted by: Jeremy at December 20, 2003 04:35 PM

It started at 10:37... I left when Diplomat Lanes closed at 4. It was an amazing party!

Posted by: Ryan at December 22, 2003 01:08 PM

just dropped in via metafilter, your pics are very good and i just wanted to thank you personally!

Posted by: tim at December 23, 2003 06:17 AM

that is so cool! what woul be great would be if you could get groups together for this sort of thing on a monthly basis... and these groups could just 'appear' like in a 'flash' or something.

oh wait, someone did do that. all summer. all over the world...


Posted by: Worn out at December 24, 2003 02:25 PM

someone please close williamsburg before one of these saps hurts someone.

if irony is the goal, try getting 200 people to panhandle all day in Tenton, and then meet behind a hardware store in Montclair to shoot up. for serious- i may be living w/my folks, but ya'll are starting to make all of us look reeely stoopid.

Posted by: tom at December 24, 2003 02:31 PM

Oh, sorry, Tom. I'd forgotten that it was impossible to have a little fun without worrying about whether it's hip and ironic. Who is "all of us"? I don't live in Williamsburg, nor do most of my friends.

Posted by: Mike at December 25, 2003 06:26 PM

i also enjoy all the flash mob references in the comments, kiddies! the train parties pre-date flash mobs by, oh, ten years or so. there used to be more drag queens and less neo-hippies. and thus there were fancier cocktails. but, yeah, kids, keep on living in your world where everything that happens is just a rip off of something that happened last summer, which, apparently, was the first time you became cognizant. no doubt next summer you'll be telling all your pals that something else is "just like those train parties." and sorry, tom, but i think it'd be hard to make you look any stupider.

Posted by: marie at December 27, 2003 12:27 PM

Anyone know who's pictured in the 4th photo?, or know who shot the photo? The person second from the left bears striking resemblance to someone I know.

Posted by: Ben at December 28, 2003 08:08 PM

true, marie.
And before the neo-hippies and drag queens, there were hippies and beatsters and students and artists and love-ins and be-ins and such.
I recall a c.1967 fly-in. We converged on Kennedy Airport's International Arrivals Building (or was it LaGuardia's?), at midnight (with the help of wbai fm radio, ), just to say "high" to the arrivers.
It was fun.
And troglodytes probably had their version.

Posted by: stan at December 28, 2003 09:33 PM

what state did u guys come from before hitting up williamsburg?!

Posted by: Mario at January 20, 2004 09:33 AM

i went to the train party, it was my first one and i had no idea what to expect...

i felt like a sardine the entire time, but seeing people getting drunk and smoking joints on the train was so rewarding! especially when the conductor said


if i ever go to another one i'll make sure to bring some beer to share

Posted by: Angel Spit at January 29, 2004 08:39 AM

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