Flaming Popes

Brooklyn, NY

For all purposes, the first Madagascar event. The plan: A dramatic interpretation of the schism between the Eastern Orthodox and Roman Catholic churches in the 11th century, with drama, betrayal, and a whole lot of shit blowing up. The execution: Horrible delays followed by poorly aimed fireworks set to a boombox with faltering batteries in sub-zero weather on the Williamsburg waterfront. Now celebrated annually as the Coldest Day Ever.

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  1. Posted April 15, 2010 at 2:26 am | Permalink

    Coldest night ever! Then the possessed fire fireballs shot at our heads in the blistering wind.
    That would’ve been a good night for some of that soccer potion!

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