Welcome to the Green Room!
On the far left of this room is a "C.D." tower, a
unit designed to hold special compact discs from the 20th century in an
orderly fashion so that one could easily locate a given C.D. expediently.
I find this to be a much more favorable form of storage than that which
was designed for the data crystals - especially since data crystals cannot
be labelled and you usually have to plug in 50 or so before finding the
one you want to play.
The arrangement of disks on the wall are more for
artistic enjoyment than for musical. During the 20th century, many
objects that were normally used for other main purposes were used for artistic
display such as Elvis plates, Pillsbury doughboy salt and pepper shakers
and spoons of the 50 states. The artistic display I found most puzzling
from that time was the oriental rug hangings on walls. Scientists
have still not been able to document that 20th century Earthers could even
"walk" on the walls.
Notice the many still photographs of the Babylon
residents. These were taken from photo albums donated to Bo and Bailin
on their extensive research of the people of Babylon Five. It is
interesting to note that there are no baby pictures of any of these beings.
It is speculated that being that baby pictures were considered an embarassment
to many people, especially when shown by elder relatives to friends, that
there was a law passed prohibiting baby pictures to be shown in public.
Take a very close look at the brown glass bottle
on the floor. This is a replica of a bottle that the Anti-Booji attempted
to put on his head to annoy Booji about his bucket. However, Booji
got the last laugh in this situation. It seems that the original
brown glass bottle was being used as a holy ashtray and the Anti-Booji
ended up having to go home and take a shower.
This completes your tour of the Green Room.
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