pinemom wrote:we look Green...but what relates to GREY????
I see the Street area looks like it was grey with green over it?
Simon of the Playa wrote:shit...beet red
I dunno. I think that hte traffic means that they have to do it every single day for I dunno how long. And that there is much trampling of stuff into the dust so it's harder to see. I wonder what would happen if they stopped the music for 10 minutes to have the dancers moop.jkisha wrote:Simon of the Playa wrote:shit...beet red :oops:
It's interesting, I was reading (on the blog, I think), that the larger music camps usually always score poorly.
Though I understand that there is a large amount of traffic and partiers that visit those camps and contribute to the MOOP, the camps also have a large contingent of people to set them up. Is it that they don't take the same time or have the same concern when it comes to cleaning up after themselves?
I've heard it as rumor, or maybe from a good source that was so long ago that I've forgotten who it was. It's the llc. Expect inconsistent enforcement of policy. They could decide to enforce next year. Maybe they decided that they "need" the big sound camps, and don't go after them.jkisha wrote:I always thought that if you scored red too often you wouldn't be allowed back. I guess I heard wrong?.
AntiM wrote:Hushville, green as ever.
I do see that the Utah Village is distressingly yellow with red spots.
theCryptofishist wrote:This year, I finally learned how to moop. (I know that sounds wrong, but it's true.) I found my self on the last 2 or 3 mornings wandering through the city with a bag and a grabber picking up stuff. It was a nice mellow mood and I got to watch my brain go through the greed thing, which is always interesting. I picked up some interesting stuff, I was gifted more interesting stuff, and well, it was a nice way for me to interact with the city.
I did drop by the soundcamps on two, looking for the famous excess of odd stuff and didn't find much. Obviously, I'm not a DPW line sweep. Also, it was monday morning and a lot of the camps seem not to have been open sunday night, so it had been pretty thoroughly mooped. I was dissappointed. But that's me.
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