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"It has destroyed me mentally," Milster said. "My stomach still churns, my brain still churns. I can't help but think about it."
"It all comes back to money," Milster said yesterday, noting that some alumni had threatened to withdraw their donations if he was evicted.
"Now this has gone out the window, and I'm going to have to do something else, which probably means leaving Brooklyn and Pratt."
"When I leave... is anybody going to give a damn about keeping the engines in nice condition? Who's going to take care of the cats when I'm gone? I don't know."
The decades-old New Year's Eve tradition ends after this year.
The main attraction, however, was the murderers' row of ten of Conrad Milster's most massive whistles, all different sizes and pitches, which were blasted simultaneously at midnight.
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