Yes, the Man burned twice. I watched the pathetic specticle with my own eyes...
Elliot wrote::DYes, the Man burned twice. I watched the pathetic specticle with my own eyes...
It was even better than that. You left out the fact that many of us were watching a Full Lunar Eclipse when the Man was arsonized. I was at 4:30 and C, and we had our backs to the Man, going Ooooo and Ahhhh at the Moon. Then a cry went up and we turned around and saw the Man on fire.
The performance of the BRC Fire Dept. was most impressive.
2007, Monday. Hmmm... actually around 3 AM on Tuesday.
Shambala wrote:It is true that the playa will provide. After a few days in 2008, my camera crapped out and was not going to work for me. Hopeless, I was resigned that the photos I got would be all for the week. A photographer in our camp said, "I have a spare camera---do you want to use it?". The best pictures were taken with his camera.
Yes, the Man burned twice. I watched the pathetic specticle with my own eyes as the fire hoses sprayed the Man to put out the flames. I was also there for the raising of the replacement Man on Thursday, while a passing mutant vehicle blasted Free Bird through its speakers. The rising of the replacement Man was one of the most inspiring uplifting moments I can ever recall. This was the same year as the double rainbow!
Shambala wrote:With that said, 2007 was the year of the full moon, full lunar eclips, early burn of the Green Man, massive Friday dust storm and the double rainbow!
You must always have a dust mask readily at hand.
As I see it:
The dust is so fine, it is not noticable to my airways, and I breathe normally even in a whiteout.
(Not that it is good for us, but you will not be instantly incapacitated by a whiff of Playa dust -- as some folks seem to fear.)
Mojojita wrote:Drive by shooting gallery
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