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Postby graidawg » Wed Mar 23, 2011 9:14 am

ah thanks Figjam,

I didnt know americans played cricket but with a tin of beer? sounds. . . .
interesting and somewhat messy and drunk and possibly painful but definately fun
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Postby AKDMAN » Wed Mar 23, 2011 9:28 am

The Spenard Bar is waiting placement, we asked for directly in-between terminal city and barbie death village in order to offer a watering hole for both camps to stage their violent massacre of the opposing camp, or for anyone else that would like a drink, exact location still up in the air
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Postby theCryptofishist » Wed Mar 23, 2011 10:15 am

graidawg wrote:ah thanks Figjam,

I didnt know americans played cricket but with a tin of beer? sounds. . . .
interesting and somewhat messy and drunk and possibly painful but definately fun

We don't play cricket. Everythign I know about cricket I learned from REading Life, the Universe, and Everything. Figjam just said "cricket" to comfort you.
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Postby Ugly Dougly » Wed Mar 23, 2011 10:49 am

Of course, not being an Alaskan, "Spenard" seemed like your should be serving tepas. Maybe also mixing up a pitcher of sengria? :D
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Postby akmojo » Wed Mar 23, 2011 12:12 pm

I'm sure there will be some smoked salmon around Camp and if you want sangria you'd be better off at BDCWB, we'll have Alaskan themed Camp drinks though...
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Postby graidawg » Wed Mar 23, 2011 12:17 pm

theCryptofishist wrote:
graidawg wrote:ah thanks Figjam,

I didnt know americans played cricket but with a tin of beer? sounds. . . .
interesting and somewhat messy and drunk and possibly painful but definately fun

We don't play cricket. Everythign I know about cricket I learned from REading Life, the Universe, and Everything. Figjam just said "cricket" to comfort you.
I think you're tough enough for the raw truth.


oh, i was getting pads out and everything.
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Postby FIGJAM » Wed Mar 23, 2011 12:47 pm

I dont know if its burnier to play with or without pads.

With pads=great art!

Without pads=safety third.
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Postby graidawg » Wed Mar 23, 2011 1:08 pm

FREE THE SHERPAS
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Postby akmojo » Thu Mar 24, 2011 6:42 am

I thought this guy was one of the new greeters.... but that would be a great bat for fizzball !!
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Postby graidawg » Thu Mar 24, 2011 6:51 am

thats my geneitic clone who was created for the sole purpose of mocking me andmy life so far. oh and introducing me to people i'm not going to have sex with
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Postby Bluemandrew » Sun Mar 27, 2011 6:56 pm

Heard you guys had some sort of shin-dig yesterday. Us non-Alaskans demand pictures, so we can keep an eye on you shifty northern bastards.
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Postby akmojo » Sun Mar 27, 2011 7:57 pm

you mean you couldn't see us from your kitchen window ??
what an incredible night !! our Man was 35' tall !!!
yes it was White Snow City !!
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Postby akmojo » Wed Mar 30, 2011 6:50 pm

Bluemandrew wrote:Heard you guys had some sort of shin-dig yesterday. Us non-Alaskans demand pictures, so we can keep an eye on you shifty northern bastards.


you just want to keep an eye on our spinning stripper pole and hanging silk acts !!!!
your seat is reserved big guy !!! ;-)
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Can't wait for the Alaskans!

Postby Goddess Rebecca » Fri Apr 01, 2011 12:21 pm

Alaskans at burning man are a must have! They know how to party! Being trapped in a cold forsaken snowy land... that rumor has it there are a lot more men then there are women!

Besides they bring with that strange quirky up beat attitude and creative genius that burning man is known for!

Last year their sub-camp was amazing but they need their own space because they are growing and expanding!

All those stripper poles need space! Last year they attracted hordes of gorgeous naked women (including I), and there simply was not enough room for all of us wanting access to their "poles".

If Alaska was not so f'ing cold, I would visit just to hear those delightful accents and terminology and do some googling...

Yummy specimens of real hearty males and nice asses... Honestly can you have too many! The only thing that saddened me last year was that JR their leader and chief refused to run behind the water truck!

Hey burning man... can we kinda make that a prerequisite for his own camp? Or maybe instead of having a dicks parade we have an Alaskan sway parade????

Need more tea... me thinks! ;-)
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Re: Can't wait for the Alaskans!

Postby Shadouts » Mon Apr 04, 2011 11:13 am

[quote="Goddess Rebecca"]
If Alaska was not so f'ing cold, I would visit just to hear those delightful accents and terminology and do some googling...
[/quote]

Come to Alaska! It's only cold and foresaken in the winter. I feel we have a beautiful summer building up this spring.
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Re: Can't wait for the Alaskans!

Postby Goddess Rebecca » Mon Apr 04, 2011 12:26 pm

Come to Alaska! It's only cold and foresaken in the winter. I feel we have a beautiful summer building up this spring.[/quote]

I appreciate the "kindness" of your offer and I may just do that, come and visit in the summer if I get bored of the lovely weather I have all year long in California (not rubbing it in).

But I have been told (hint) that Alaska has more than just beautiful landscape to view. I may be tempted to take a trip soon if I saw some of the scenery!

:D

Do you have safety meetings in Alaska too?
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Postby AKDMAN » Mon Apr 04, 2011 12:32 pm

We are having a great spring so far, it's been hitting the 40s for weeks now, and the snow is starting to melt... We already had an unofficial preburn campout because of the warm weather, yep, only four to six more weeks and there will be plants again!! Screw Phenoix and their 100 degree day yesterday, hello global warming and an early Alaskan spring
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Re: Can't wait for the Alaskans!

Postby AKDMAN » Mon Apr 04, 2011 12:37 pm

Goddess Rebecca wrote:




Do you have safety meetings in Alaska too?


The entire state is a safety zone, here, safety comes 1st and 3rd
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Visiting Alaskans early!

Postby Goddess Rebecca » Mon Apr 04, 2011 12:37 pm

[quote="AKDMAN"]We are having a great spring so far, it's been hitting the 40s for weeks now, and the snow is starting to melt... We already had an unofficial preburn campout because of the warm weather, yep, only four to six more weeks and there will be plants again!! Screw Phenoix and their 100 degree day yesterday, hello global warming and an early Alaskan spring[/quote]

SOLD! I will come visit you via broom tonight!
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Postby akmojo » Mon Apr 04, 2011 12:42 pm

safety third !! and we'll need some tasty cookies after that meeting !!
our preburn went well, we built and burned a 35' tall man made out of spruce trees... it was warm out and about as completely opposite from the Playa environment as one could get.. instead of art cars we had snowmachines !!
during our heightened sense of reality we thought of even more "Alaskan" activities for our Spenardigras and Fur Rondy events !!
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Postby Lassen Forge » Mon Apr 04, 2011 12:54 pm

Mutant Snowcats???!!! :shock: :) :shock: And wasn't Ak. one of thse states who were on the forefront of safety, too??

I am SO there...
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Postby Goddess Rebecca » Mon Apr 04, 2011 12:55 pm

[quote="akmojo"]
during our heightened sense of reality we thought of even more "Alaskan" activities for our Spenardigras and Fur Rondy events !![/quote]

Dont keep us in stitches... let it spill! What fun Alaskan Activities are we going to be able to enjoy...
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Postby AKDMAN » Mon Apr 04, 2011 1:04 pm

Traditional native games, like three legged snowshoe racing, the wrist hang, leg wrestling, and the ear pull.... Just a little spoiler

Oh yeah, and twister
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Are you going to sell insurance?

Postby Goddess Rebecca » Mon Apr 04, 2011 1:09 pm

[quote="AKDMAN"]Traditional native games, like three legged snowshoe racing, the wrist hang, leg wrestling, and the ear pull.... Just a little spoiler[/quote]

OMG are you going to be offering insurance? Is there going to be a medic on hand? The ear pull... sounds as painful as the toe pull or maybe its all a leg pull! lol
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Re: Are you going to sell insurance?

Postby AKDMAN » Mon Apr 04, 2011 1:13 pm

Goddess Rebecca wrote:
AKDMAN wrote:Traditional native games, like three legged snowshoe racing, the wrist hang, leg wrestling, and the ear pull.... Just a little spoiler


OMG are you going to be offering insurance? Is there going to be a medic on hand? The ear pull... sounds as painful as the toe pull or maybe its all a leg pull! lol


Oh yes, I've explained a little in the theme camp insurance and liabilty thread if you missed it :wink: , so don't worry Larry Harvey and I are fully covered

And Native Games are no joke, google it... Seriously
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Postby akmojo » Mon Apr 04, 2011 1:22 pm

insurance ??? !!!! read the back of your ticket....
BBS you are more than welcome to participate in our frequent safety meetings !!
time to start thinking about what "fur" you are going to wear for our "Fur Rendezvous" we will have a "fur auction" and some fur available to wear if you are "furless"
then there is "Spenardigras".....
our "bead" necklaces come straight from the insides (well, backside) of a wild, Alaskan Moose !!
talk about 100% organic !!!!!!
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Postby Lassen Forge » Mon Apr 04, 2011 1:38 pm

I got a beaver, but it's been abused pretty bad, especially where something's rubbed against it over and over.... ))giggles((

Serious, tho - really do have a full racoon, it dates from the late teens/early 20's, and wasn't taken care of... startng to dry out, and shedding... damn! Not even sure how restorable it is any more - yeah, it's bad.

We had a pair of black bear hides, beautiful medium brown, I wanted to make into a coat... but couldn't find someone who would do the work to build them. (F'n California - ain't what it used to be). Ended up finally gifting them to a friend for her and her hubby's cabin... tho they woulda been to die for.

Anyway, down here, you get the whack jobs who toss paint and stuff on your hides, to protest - talk about dishonoring the dead...


Leg wrestling? We did that as kids! Damn, I miss the old days...
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Postby akmojo » Mon Apr 04, 2011 2:02 pm

if there is one thing we Alaskans and PETA have in common it is to stop the abuse of beavers !!!
bring your beaver to our Camp for TLC.. we will massage and oil it and make it feel at home, just like a new, young beaver again.....
as far as the old hides.. I suggest AARP for advice....
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Postby wannaberavin » Mon Apr 04, 2011 7:09 pm

You guys are absolutely sick.... But I still love ya! And please tell me exactly what moose necklaces you are talking about. Im a lil lost trying to imagine what they could be while staring at palm trees here....
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Postby Dr. Pyro » Mon Apr 04, 2011 8:12 pm

Jeeze Hottie, it's JR. Use your imagination!
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