McNellis v Weiss, 2018: Ward v Rock Against Racism, 1989

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(I was standing in the entry of Hotel President apartments and John McNellis walked by, with a colleague, at I stopped him for a selfie, reprising our stunt from 2014 when we bumped at Peets ie a few doors up and he thought posing with me would sink my ship as a Residentialist running for public office here. I like McNellis even though I thought he was wrong arguing on behalf of then-tenants TCV (Rick Kimball of the Dartmouth Kimballs) and maybe West Elm that music at Lytton Plaza was so loud we had to throw out the Bill of Rights to stop Dave Hydie the blues zealot, son of former police chief TK Hydie — narrow tailoring would mean the existing law was fine but it was incumbent upon the tenants and landlords to phone in the complaint on a decibel basis — I actually was just discussing this Tuesday night with Caleb Weinstein of Palo Alto, a Columbia grad and candidate for Parks and Rec board — I THINK SHOULD BE SEATED — in that Mr. Weinstein, an excutive with 21st Century Fox Media and formerly with MTV once worked on music in the parks at Central Park in New York City (check: “New Yorks” in Plasty tags) and I said the precedent case on first amendment and noise music is a hip hop concert there back in the day. I learned to my chagrin that McNellis’ partner, I forget his name, is apparently still miffed about the music at Lytton Plaza thing. Meanwhile it does beg the question of where is Rick Kimball and TCV Technology Crossover Ventures if not here?)

Weinstein in his 10 minutes of fame Tuesday in what for 7 not 8 or 9 electeds, me and newly Alison (one L) Cormack, was a five hour Democratic oh Calcutta orgy of ideas good and not so good semi flaccid also said excuse the segue he licensed $1 million worth of hot dog

 

b/w male torso Thoits tenant joe the juicer meaning anabolic steroids 500 Uni beans packaging so to speak (you can decode this your self: I like the ginger apple carrot thingy)

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edit to add: Ward v. Rock Against Racism, 1989 kennedy court

 

outro: what else, “I got a color tv, so I can see…McNellis talk TDRs”

About markweiss86

Mark Weiss, founder of Plastic Alto blog, is a concert promoter and artist manager in Palo Alto, as Earthwise Productions, with background as journalist, advertising copywriter, book store returns desk, college radio producer, city council and commissions candidate, high school basketball player; he also sang in local choir, and fronts an Allen Ginsberg tribute Beat Hotel Rm 32
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