My curiosity got the best of me and I just checked it out, I really wish i didn't because it left me a bit more depressed than happy. It's the same comments spread throughout here on eplaya and tribe about burning the man and bacon and such, to such a volume that pushes and drowns others from commenting thats interesting, exciting, or new. Reinforce's my theory about bman populations trending to everything else thats mass entertainment oriented and yet commercially packaged to be edgy or trendy. Similar to a MTV Spring Break show for adults, or renting a houseboat to party at Lake Powell.
So I still didn't realize bman related social networks had slipped so much into the area of an old and mostly empty *chan board, but I will quickly get over it and continue to stick with those who avoid public attention. Going to sink back into the depths of private counter-culture movements again. It's necessary, it's the public thats the problem, as with just about any subculture that gets thrown in the spotlight and has to deal with becoming public.
Not that great things about bman still don't exist, they do, especially some of the amazing people. But they are far and few in-between now, and it's not really worth everything else to deal with once everyone else finds out about it.