However, Mash in Congress Place went on literally all day long. No, not Guyanese ‘all day,’ I mean it started at 5am on February 23, 2012, when I was subjected to music of a soca genre – well I suppose it was Mash, not too much of a problem. But at 10.33pm the noise was continuing unabated. I called the numbers of the PNCR’s headquarters and they rang out. I called Brickdam Police Station Impact Base, and tried to make the policeman who answered the phone understand what I was talking about over the noise, and asked that a patrol go to ask them to lower the volume. No joy.
At 10.43pm, the DJ was saying “We ain’t going home” – twice.
At 11.21pm, no let up; DJ, ‘Bully Dawg‘ pun de mic… I have to work in the morning.
Looked for a number for Mr David Granger at home, but he is apparently not listed.
At 11.22pm DJ Bully Dawg announc-ed that “We going til morning,“ playing ‘I’ve got a feeling that tonight is going to be a good, good night‘…
Well not for me apparently…
Couple of valium I suppose.