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Avenger Party

Avenger-Party 13.01.90 in Geneva

We (Yankee and Shadow of Brainstorm, Charly/D-Tect and Dave of the Papermag News) met in Lörrach to drive to this party. After a long travel through Switzerland we arived in Geneva at about 4 o'clock. The Party-Place was easy to find, this was the only good thing! We entered the Party-Place, and were shocked.

At the entrance they wanted us to pay 15 (!!!) Sfr., which is about $9. We didn't want to pay this, so we just said that we drove about 400 kilometres, just to join this party. So they decided that we only have to pay 5 Sfr. This was still too much, but we paid and entered the little room. Another shock! There were about 40 people sitting around 3 (!) Amigas. Looked something like the Paranoimia-Party in Köln, but something was different! More than 90% of the people were Lamers! O.K., we met some cool guys like: Piranhas, Alcatraz, and two members of Brainstorm, but this was the lamest party I've ever been to. The newest stuff they had at this party was Fighter Bomber. (No, not just kidding..??) The prices for food were as high as in a Hilton-Hotel! One member of Avenger just told us, that this party was planned for Lamers only, in order to make some money.

The party wasn't organized by Avenger itself. Some people (Lamers from Geneva?) organized it and Avenger just spreaded the invitations. I saw that Daniel/Avenger got a lot of money (some hundred SFr.!) at the end of the party. So I ask Avenger: "Are you throwing your good name away for some money???" Someone has stolen some money from me, I know who done it, and when I'll find You I'll kill you dirty motherfucker!!!


This article originally appeared in the Amiga diskmagazine "Zine #3" by Brainstorm 1990.

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