, I make my first Defcon appearance of 2016 at the world famous Pyramid Club in beautiful New York City where Madonna is fabled
to have consumed the greater portion of her illicit drugs early in her career. I was invited out by my cute little Asian lesbian
friend, Ginger who officially acknowledged me as her mentor. I like mentoring people. I've done enough in this lifetime thus
far to take on that role which I've been doing at least since 2013 and I won't get into who, what or why but credit to that
friend of mine, she has acknowledged it, has been immensely successful when applying what I advised and appreciates the continuing
support and I am oh so proud of her. She, like a handful of others, including now Ginger will always be like kin to me.
There is no teacher that hasn't been taught and as much as I've learned in this lifetime,
I'd be a fool to say I'm done learning. Looking back on what I've done for others shows me what constructive things I'm capable
of and thus from that I can learn that I should find a way to look more at that instead of taking in all the negative poison
these herbs drinkin' Haterade try to inject into the comments section(s) of my posts.
learning also that while I am somewhat of a public figure there are other public figures in my community or scene or whatever
it's called who may be almost at my level of notoriety who outright dislike me and while I can go the rest of my life disagreeing
with their reasoning behind it, there is nothing I can do about it and that I may never win them over... But it is not necessary
to win them over. They do their thing (even though in most cases, history shows people who reject my help fall on their faces
and I'm not making this up) and I do mine. We stay out of each other's way and there is no harm, no foul.
Anyway, back to Defcon! Defcon is the longest running active recurring industrial music DJ
dance party in New York City. It's host, DJ Stalagmike is a good friend of mine and he has an incredible playlist of songs
and he takes requests. His guest DJs are among the best from other local parties mixed with the finest from around the world
and that is no exaggeration. One of his frequent guest DJ's a gentleman named GraveOfDeath even tends bar for this event and
he is just as hardcore mixing drinks as he is mixing music. Just ask for the Megaman.
By train: F
train to Second Avenue/Lower East Side
Mood: Excited... Yay!