Karaoke bars, discotheque, the house party: what are the implications of the party? Party and pleasure, if seen in the context of the opposite of hard work are seen as the hobby of the failures and the marginalized in our capitalist culture. What I am suggesting is that the party holds valuable community-building qualities specific to the non-conforming. To assemble in the night outside of an institution suggests and coerces a mischief that is not possible in other social contexts. Furthermore, the various forms of labor that manifests in the party (singing on stage, decorating, deejaying) suggests an unproductive labor, an anti-labor, a queer labor. The flags suggest a time that outsiders don't convene only in the night life. They provide an analog karaoke at street level. The lyrics from “Another Night” by Real McCoy released in 1994 are used absent of the music and are emblazoned on flags high in the sky. They illustrate precisely what the song's lyrics suggest- the unattainable.