domitron wrote:...Well even if it is true, no one out there will do this outside of the big camps on the Esplanade, but it's annoying that such a law even exists...
C187 wrote:domitron wrote:...Well even if it is true, no one out there will do this outside of the big camps on the Esplanade, but it's annoying that such a law even exists...
Uh.. not true...
My camp isn't a placed camp, and we'll be serving food with permit. Not just any food, but awesome fucking food! With a side a funk music, or even a live band. But wait, it get's better! Because we're following the rules, your food wont have any sort of sex lube, seminal/vaginal fluid or whatever else might be on someone making the food('s) hands. Since, get this, we washed them, and had gloves on. Also the stuff used to prep will be washed in the radically familiar three sink system you find at every food establishment in the default world.
All the good food comes from camps deep in the city. Most of them are small. Kind of like your local corner grill, or hole in the wall dive dinner.
The fact is officials will be looking, and asking camps if they have a permit to serve. While it's a bit of a headache to get the permit, the requirements of it are no different then what you'd find at any place that serves food. They are in place to reduce the risk of spreading crap, and keep the food you consume safe.
Don't like it? Don't eat anything thats gifted to you.
theCryptofishist wrote:That wasn't 07, Geekster, because I remember it, and I wastn' there that year.
Is 06 possible?
ibdave wrote:anyone remember Bianca's smut shack grilled cheese sandwich's ?? 98' my 1st year and our campmate and some others got it bad..... :shock: :shock: :shock:
As to the original question...not 100% on the rules, but placed camps are required to have permits. If your unregistered, just use common sense and cleanliness. I can't imagine how many block parties or backyard bbq's they could bust in. Nevada.
geekster wrote:As to the original question...not 100% on the rules, but placed camps are required to have permits. If your unregistered, just use common sense and cleanliness. I can't imagine how many block parties or backyard bbq's they could bust in. Nevada.
You don't need a permit for a private party in your camp or a kitchen that feeds only your own camp. You need a permit for anything you are providing to the general public.
Token wrote:Even private kitchens need to register if serving more than 30 campers.
Well even if it is true, no one out there will do this outside of the big camps on the Esplanade, but it's annoying that such a law even exists.
domitron wrote:First off I have been going to Burning Man since 2004, and I will never miss the event until they start doing strip and cavity searches at the entrance with lie detector tests. And believe me with the passive attitudes I see here, so willing to bend over to be fucked a little harder, that day is coming. Today it's permits for serving cookies. Tomorrow it'll be probes up your ass to see if you are a mule. Just wait and see if you don't believe me.
So let me get this straight. Most of the people here believe that by having a participant go through the hoops of obtaining a permit, food poisoning is someone likely to be avoided? This is maybe the intent of the law, but it won't work. For it to work, there would need to be inspections. So where are the inspectors that make sure that the recommendations in the permit are being followed? No inspections and there is no point to the permit. I mean if as a full-grown adult you don't get that you don't keep stuff like mayo salad in the sun on a summers day, then you are too retarded to be alive; most likely you have already been killed by drunk driving or trying to go 150 in your geo by mixing nitrous in the air intake.
Let me give an example: my aunt once accidentally food poisoned three people at a wedding reception. She is in her 50s. Does that mean that if she had signed a paper about proper sanitation that it would not have happened? No. The ingredients in the dish were not sanitary because the store she purchased them from had not kept the temperature low enough. Her own procedure had nothing to do with it. And so it will be with the permits.
Personally I am not serving food. If I did, it would be something like cookies, jelly beans, dried fruit, etc. I certainly would not bother with a permit giving such things out. Within my own camp and in our chill zone one night, I will be serving Kratom Odula Superfood juice, and I will not be getting a permit to do so. I won't serve many people because it is simply too expensive to give out a lot of something like that, and I certainly wont advertise it because I'd have a million cops at my place looking for shit that wasn't there because Kratom is a legal psychoactive (it's pretty easy to know how a cop's mind will work - if it ain't booze, it is somehow "evil" and the gifter is suspect for harboring all sorts of illegal things).
I guess this is how any event must become once it gets really big. Why? I assume because all the sudden you get a bunch of sue-happy folks just waiting to get sick after they eat some hot potato salad. Look, you sign a waiver for you LIFE when you take the ticket, then you do something really stupid, you should be happy you didn't lose your life. Be man enough to accept responsibility for what you put in your mouth, and please, use some fucking common sense.
TomServo wrote:So where's the info on permits, for non placed camps? We go through BMORG?
Never ran a bar of my own...
domitron wrote:And believe me with the passive attitudes I see here, so willing to bend over to be fucked a little harder, that day is coming.
Token wrote:TomServo wrote:So where's the info on permits, for non placed camps? We go through BMORG?
Never ran a bar of my own...
http://health.nv.gov/PDFs/BFHS/TempFood ... elines.pdf
Eric wrote:domitron wrote:And believe me with the passive attitudes I see here, so willing to bend over to be fucked a little harder, that day is coming.
Remind me not to eat what you're serving. If you think a normal reaction concerning the very real possibility of food poisoning (which has happened on the real playa, if not the wonderland in your head) is bending over to get fucked, then you have serious issues beyond this.
You also, apparently, haven't been fucked by anyone with talent.
geekster wrote:Those rules are not BMOG rules, those are rules imposed by the local authorities. Look, BM does not happen on Mars. It happens in Nevada. Nevada has laws that still apply to BM. You might not like it but there it is. A caterer that works birthday parties and corporate lunches must be inspected, too.
Basically, if you are providing food for people, you are a caterer. You might be doing it for free, but you are still catering to people.
But as long as they don't inspect the gray ice machine, I will be fine. Hey, you have to get rid of that shower water somehow!
Geekster, there is one very critical difference between a caterer and a burner. A caterer is doing something to make money.
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