Monday, December 08, 2003

I'm sick and feverish and I don't have much to say except for that. Renovation on Tulip's downstairs is mostly complete, and we're technically going to be open tonight, although Mondays are generally slow enought that I'd be surprised if there were people down there. But there will be service, or so the manager tells me, so swing by.

Looks like the installation the new tram line going under the bridge at the bottom of Seifertova is coming along quite well. Today, going out of Zizkov, there were just beginning to contruct the turn (if you know Prague, I'm talking about the turn between Husinecka and Hlavni, where it goes through the little tunnel). On my way back into Zizkov several hours later, they'd already laid down a big stretch of asphalt. It looks like it's going to be one of the single-lane thingies, where one tram has to stop and wait for the other to get by, sort of like the passage on the 22 line between Malostranska nam. and Malostranska metro.

OK, so here's by far the coolest thing I've seen all day -- in many days, in fact. It's the flyer, drawn up yesterday by David Broderick of Amnesty's local chapter, for the Amnesty International benefit party at Tulip on Dec. 20 (that's a week from this coming Saturday).

Because we missed the deadline for placing the ad, Think Again is not in fact co-sponsor. Bohuzel.

Oh wait, and there's another mistake. Important. The flyer says until midnight. Actually, that's when the real party starts cuz that's when DougieGyro starts his set.


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