fbcota wrote:We can still eat all the bbq unicorns we like. Just without the drugs,... I am sure you will all take the pledge with me,...
I (your name)
promise to eat
bar bee que unicorn
with a mind only altered
by the playa dust.
No concoction of illegal origin
will imbue my body
or temp the cops
to come back to
Burning Man again.
Galaxo Magic wrote:100% drug free? Uh-oh, then folks will realize we are in a god-forsaken fuckin desert! That'd be the end of it!
1durphul wrote:The 2011 Burn will be the first Burning Man with zero drugs. All participants have agreed not to partake in even the tiniest of pot brownies, nor any other drug.
izoflame wrote:Umm, no. I don't drink, smoke or do drugs in the default world and see no reason to on the playa. Less MOOP management (look Ma! no butts or roaches!), less risk of doing something even more boneheaded than I'm prone to, and it's never impaired my enjoyment of or passion for the event.
Heck, I know people who *do* do drugs normally but don't on the playa! Their rationale: why distort the experience?
So whether you ingest or not, everyone has their own valid experience.Shambala wrote:You went and drank that Jesus water that they were passing out at the Empire Store, didn't you? You are now permanently FUCKED for the rest of your life!
MistressSybs wrote:CapSmashy wrote:MistressSybs wrote:Trishntek wrote:So if there are no drugs, I guess that would have to include alcohol and tobacco, right?
add caffeine to that list too.
No tobacco or coffee?
Burning Man 2011: Blood in the Desert.
is what I was thinking too... LOL
Dork wrote:That's like promising to start your diet next month or to stop smoking as soon as you're done with those cartons you just bought.
Come back when you've accomplished your goal and tell us how it went
Liz Estrada wrote:CAIRO | Thu Feb 24, 2011 11:05am EST
CAIRO (Reuters) - Muammar Gaddafi blamed a revolt against his rule on al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden on Thursday, and said the protesters were fueled by milk and Nescafe spiked with hallucinogenic drugs, in a rambling appeal for calm.
Workinonit wrote:Nobody mentioned bacon yet... Bacon's a drug right?
I normally drink way too much coffee (on a few occasions I ate instant coffee and washed it down with stale, plastic canteen water) but I think I'll stay away from it for Burning Man. I'm pretty good at dehydrating myself, and I don't need any help.
Who am I kidding? I'll probably have some instant coffee with me, but better water.
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