We emailed them to see where they were coming from, to see if we could talk to them, see if they knew something we didn't, and, surprise surprise, they never responded.
blyslv wrote:It's probably someone who's favorite spot was co-opted by newcomers, an old sad story. But he does make some good points, if they are true. For example, I would share his concern about pumping. That can seriously screw up a water table and ruin an area.
stopbmorg wrote: you can return to your prattle and rancid disbelief in the face of evidence which I go deal with some other nonsense (like the paying off of Black Rock Friends to gain their final acceptance of BMORG and BLM plans for the event now, and in the future).
stopbmorg wrote:Nor does it make any sense, to a rational person, why anonymous information should be any less worthy than other information.
Nor does it make any sense, to a rational person, why anonymous information should be any less worthy than other information.
Well i took the pictures of the wimps at the sign in log nook.. not stopbmorg.
enthropic wrote:stopbm.org......hu .??!.. umm. I Think sbm.oger is just mad her dad wouldn't let her hang out with the cool people..
But, You don't have to lie to kick it.
Get some new pictures that prove your point if you want to be taken seriously.
don't be so influenced by some random and isolated incidents that are a direct effect of a few uniformed people that do not represent all of us...
Just because you are a Sh*t talkin, name callin,problem startin ass, I will not change my view of the beautiful people of the Black Rock Area.
The pits look like more frog ponds.
The small amount of bathers look like they might be having fun.
More oil and gas got spilled during the setting of the land speed record that was set on site.
And who care about one art car, the police must not have..
A dumb ass or two so what..
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