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Postby TomServo » Sat May 07, 2011 2:37 pm

Vehicles that can transport other burners are (or at least used to be) encouraged, by the DMV. This is probably why Buses tend to get an easier permit...Ive found the best way to get a ride on a mutant vehicle is to injure yourself. Unfortunately for a former camp mate, she was injured by our MV.
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Postby bluesbob » Sat May 07, 2011 3:31 pm

I was able to ride on two cars this last Burn. Had a great time on each. One stopped for me as I walked across the playa, which was a very nice surprise. The other I just climbed aboard as they had a screaming match with a bunch of Death Guild vehicles. (great acting).

The disappointment was walking up to a car to which I donated money on Kickstarter, and being treated poorly and basically shooed away. I had a resentment for about 5 minutes...then remembered where I was and went off and had fun anyways.
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Postby MyDearFriend » Sat May 07, 2011 5:37 pm

bluesbob wrote:I was able to ride on two cars this last Burn. Had a great time on each. One stopped for me as I walked across the playa, which was a very nice surprise. The other I just climbed aboard as they had a screaming match with a bunch of Death Guild vehicles. (great acting).

The disappointment was walking up to a car to which I donated money on Kickstarter, and being treated poorly and basically shooed away. I had a resentment for about 5 minutes...then remembered where I was and went off and had fun anyways.


Yeah, that might be an unhappy moment for me too, so, I have resisted the MV appeals on Kickstarter, sadly.
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Postby graidawg » Sat May 07, 2011 5:39 pm

MyDearFriend wrote:
bluesbob wrote:I was able to ride on two cars this last Burn. Had a great time on each. One stopped for me as I walked across the playa, which was a very nice surprise. The other I just climbed aboard as they had a screaming match with a bunch of Death Guild vehicles. (great acting).

The disappointment was walking up to a car to which I donated money on Kickstarter, and being treated poorly and basically shooed away. I had a resentment for about 5 minutes...then remembered where I was and went off and had fun anyways.


Yeah, that might be an unhappy moment for me too, so, I have resisted the MV appeals on Kickstarter, sadly.


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Postby gyre » Sat May 07, 2011 7:32 pm

I've had art cars that have invited me for rides not slow down enough to recognize me.
One I helped solve their lighting issues, so they could be licensed.

Don't jump to conclusions about people's motivations, until you know for sure though.

Some people are jerks.
Better to know it, and not waste your time, isn't it?

You always have time to find out for sure though, don't you?

I find I have plenty of time to despise someone once I know.
The world is full of forgettable people.

Art cars just aren't useful transportation, unless you like ending up somewhere without a way back.
Some people enjoy that.

If you want to ride on one, arrange it ahead of time, and be there for departure.
It can be hard, even when you're welcome to ride.

Some art cars really are run the way they are supposed to be, all the time.
You can still get the wrong idea, when they are full and stopping.
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Postby Simon of the Playa » Sun May 08, 2011 9:20 pm

How is Burning man, the community and the people, THE optimal way to live.


i dont know if you could classify anything as optimal without throwing out the potential for evolution.

as previously stated, the ten principles are a pretty simple, straightforward, non-denominational, reasonable thoughtful manner in which to conduct oneself.

By practicing this self-reliance you then also become part of a large whole that is radically inter-dependent...you need others and you need to cooperate in order to overcome the harsh conditions and strenuous nature of the Black Rock Desert and the week long sleep deprivation that will stretch your limits of what you think you can do.

i think it brings out the best in people, in many ways, Creatively, Emotionally, Spiritually and other ways and we would need threads just to explain how it does this, we know it just does. I think i can speak with authority when i say there isn't one of us out there/in here who hasn't stopped, looked around and maybe even wistfully proclaimed out loud "Why Can't it ALWAYS be like this?"


i ask myself this question alot.

Every day i wonder why the best in people isn't bubbling, percolating like really fresh campfire coffee that you can smell for 100 yards. Its grabbing you and shaking you into being when you wake up, and you are actually looking forward to the day.

why don't we say hello to people we don't know?

why are people always so angry?

what's the Rush? are you late to a job you hate?

how do we make this self sustaining is the 6 million dollars to buy out the Org Question, how do we introduce via the regionals and other means such as BWB BRAF etc etc this way of doing things?

"burning shit and blowing stuff up" really is just a state of mind, one that is embraced and encouraged in the tabla rasa of the dust, but should not be limited to that location or time frame in which it occurs physically.

i burn shit every day, and at least once during the day, something that i have learned at burning man affects the way i interact with the rest of the world.

so back to optimal...no, i think we are learning all the time, and i also think burners learn more and are open to new knowledge because of their experience on the playa, more so than the "norm".

is it the best i've found so far?

yes...thats why i keep dragging my dust from wherever i am to Black Rock City every goddamn year, because for one week, it is like it is supposed to be.
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Postby Super Evil Brian » Mon May 09, 2011 8:17 am

FIGJAM wrote:If you sreamed "HELP" on the playa, 20 great big fuckers would show up in seconds to see what was the matter, then quickly erect a gallows for the impromto lynching!

You may quote me on that. 8)


It would be a fire-spewing gallows made from "repurposed" truck and military parts and probably run by a guy in a leather thong with a chainmail mask and pink tutu.

DJs will gather to spin dubstep and naked girls will follow and everyone will keep blood and vertibrae fragments from making MOOP on the playa.

That's my theory about it.
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Postby jkisha » Mon May 09, 2011 9:17 am

Super Evil Brian wrote:
FIGJAM wrote:If you sreamed "HELP" on the playa, 20 great big fuckers would show up in seconds to see what was the matter, then quickly erect a gallows for the impromto lynching!

You may quote me on that. 8)


It would be a fire-spewing gallows made from "repurposed" truck and military parts and probably run by a guy in a leather thong with a chainmail mask and pink tutu.

DJs will gather to spin dubstep and naked girls will follow and everyone will keep blood and vertibrae fragments from making MOOP on the playa.

That's my theory about it.


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Postby graidawg » Mon May 09, 2011 9:53 am

Super Evil Brian wrote:
FIGJAM wrote:If you sreamed "HELP" on the playa, 20 great big fuckers would show up in seconds to see what was the matter, then quickly erect a gallows for the impromto lynching!

You may quote me on that. 8)


It would be a fire-spewing gallows made from "repurposed" truck and military parts and probably run by a guy in a leather thong with a chainmail mask and pink tutu.

DJs will gather to spin dubstep and naked girls will follow and everyone will keep blood and vertibrae fragments from making MOOP on the playa.

That's my theory about it.


is this 'I'm going to kill every last one of you motherfuckers Brian' showing himself?

Dammit Brian you are on MY list of people to meet !
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Postby Super Evil Brian » Mon May 09, 2011 10:04 am

Are you sure you're a virgin?


I asked a girl in Minneapolis about that, then the next time I saw her I found out she was a hooker and was eligible for parole on Valentine's Day.
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Postby Super Evil Brian » Mon May 09, 2011 10:07 am

graidawg wrote:
Super Evil Brian wrote:
FIGJAM wrote:If you sreamed "HELP" on the playa, 20 great big fuckers would show up in seconds to see what was the matter, then quickly erect a gallows for the impromto lynching!

You may quote me on that. 8)


It would be a fire-spewing gallows made from "repurposed" truck and military parts and probably run by a guy in a leather thong with a chainmail mask and pink tutu.

DJs will gather to spin dubstep and naked girls will follow and everyone will keep blood and vertibrae fragments from making MOOP on the playa.

That's my theory about it.


is this 'I'm going to kill every last one of you motherfuckers Brian' showing himself?

Dammit Brian you are on MY list of people to meet !


You bet!

I'll be volunteering in Media Mecca. I think there is some means of "registering" or finding people on the playa.

Or, look for the funny, sexy bastard with girls swarming all over him, I'll be the dude taking pictures of it.
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Postby Mojojita » Mon May 09, 2011 1:39 pm

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Postby Leo » Mon May 16, 2011 7:51 am

Delle,
How did your daughter's paper turn out? Hope she received an "A".
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Postby delle » Mon May 16, 2011 8:34 am

She's actually handing it in today.

When she read it to me yesterday, I have to admit a little tear swelled to hear her speak knowledgeably of something so dear to me.

I asked if I could post it in here, and she said SURE!


Any of you read french????? lmao


As it turns out she didn't quote anyone.... except Rousseau and Machiavel... but read every word in here with interest, and used them to better understand the whole thing. I think she captured it quite well!!!

A HUGE thank you to all who took the time.....
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Postby gyre » Tue May 17, 2011 10:02 am

I want to read it.


I speak enough french to not offend the french embassy and ask for ice.
And I can always get chambermaids to giggle at my french.
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Postby ygmir » Tue May 17, 2011 10:25 am

Super Evil Brian wrote:
FIGJAM wrote:If you sreamed "HELP" on the playa, 20 great big fuckers would show up in seconds to see what was the matter, then quickly erect a gallows for the impromto lynching!

You may quote me on that. 8)


It would be a fire-spewing gallows made from "repurposed" truck and military parts
and probably run by a guy in a leather thong with a chainmail mask and pink tutu.

DJs will gather to spin dubstep and naked girls will follow and everyone will keep blood and vertibrae fragments from making MOOP on the playa.

That's my theory about it.


as fortune would have it, and as deemed by the Norns, I happen to have built said "Gallows truck".

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Postby MyDearFriend » Tue May 17, 2011 1:12 pm

Very impressive truck, Ygmir!

Now I want to see a picture of you in the leather thong, the chainmail mask and the pink tutu...

8)
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Postby ygmir » Tue May 17, 2011 1:14 pm

MyDearFriend wrote:Very impressive truck, Ygmir!

Now I want to see a picture of you in the leather thong, the chainmail mask and the pink tutu...

8)


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Postby robbidobbs » Tue May 17, 2011 2:09 pm

[/quote] as fortune would have it, and as deemed by the Norns, I happen to have built said "Gallows truck".

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THIS IS FUCKING AMAZING YGMIR!
Please please pleeeze bring it out this year!

Congratulation on this acquisition.
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Postby delle » Tue May 17, 2011 4:30 pm

Here it is. Sans photos (bunch of people riding around in a fish) and sans footnotes (so you have to figure out who the quotes belong to yerownselves).... I just couldn't figure out how to link to it.



Éthique et Politique
2011-05-16



Burning Man : Une semaine qui dure l’année entière

En 1986 à Barker beach, San Francisco, quelques 20 personnes assistent à l’incinération d’un homme en bois, simplement en honneur du solstice d’été. C’est effectivement ainsi que Burning Man a connut ses débuts. Qui aurait pu deviner que cet événement deviendrait avec le temps un véritable festival de la diversité, du plaisir et de l’entraide, comptant près de 50 000 personnes. Aujourd’hui, ces plusieurs milliers de personnes de partout dans le monde viennent célébrer ensemble dans le désert du Nevada, apportant avec eux des œuvres d’arts aussi magnifiques que temporaires, des cadeaux personnels et surtout, leur propre individualité. Les festivités durent une semaine complète durant laquelle nous retrouvons une quantité folle d’imagination, d’amour et de vie. Le tout est cependant destiné à disparaître complètement dès la fin de l’événement, ne laissant aucune autre trace que celle gravée dans le cœur des participants.

D’abord, une des principales philosophies du festival Burning Man est la promotion d’une «expression radicale de soi», de laisser aller son individualité et de favoriser une confiance personnelle ainsi qu’une acceptation des différences et particularités d’autrui. À Burning Man, les termes «bizarre», «anormal» et «beurk, c’est quoi ça?» n’existent tout simplement pas. Que ce soit dans le dévoilement d’un corps atypique ou encore d’une œuvre d’art hors du commun, l’expression demeure une des principales raisons d’être du festival. Nous retrouvons d’ailleurs toutes sortes de personnes, vieilles, jeunes, grosses, minces et de toutes les couleurs. On prône la diversité et on se doit d’avoir une ouverture d’esprit incroyable pour envisager d’assister à un tel événement. Les valeurs transmises par Burning Man ont tendance à accompagner le festivalier bien au-delà de l’événement, allant même jusqu’à influencer son mode de vie et sa manière de percevoir le monde autour de lui. Les participants du festival essayent entre autre de continuer à vivre en harmonie avec leur individualité ainsi que de prôner une attitude positive face à celle d’autrui. Cette ouverture d’esprit est quelque chose à prioriser dans la vie de tous les jours et est certainement une des attitudes les plus favorables en ce qui attrait à l’humanité car avec cette acceptation de soi et de son entourage, l’homme peut réellement entrer en contact avec son environnement. Ce sont ce genre de comportements et attitudes qui diminuent les préjugés et l’animosité entre les hommes.

Un autre des aspects dominants de Burning Man est l’implication de tous dans un même projet, créant un réel sentiment d’appartenance et de communauté. Les quelques 50 000 participants se doivent de participer activement à la réalisation du grand projet qu’est l’événement Burning Man. On invite les festivaliers à contribuer au réseau artistique en faisant la démonstration de superbes œuvres d’arts qui peuvent prendre la forme de bicyclettes décorées, de costumes extravagants ou tout autre sorte d’expression artistique. Les individus sont aussi appelés à faire preuve de générosité et d’entraide en aidant un voisin avec l’assemblage de sa tente par exemple. Ce sont ces contributions personnelles qui font en sorte que les participants ont ce sentiment d’appartenance au sein du groupe car chaque individu entre dans Burning Man avec cette même approche, ce même désir de faire partie de cette communauté immense et de participer à quelque chose de plus grand que lui. Cette attitude fait en sorte que tout le monde s’implique dans l’événement, tout le monde le vit pleinement et s’engage dans l’événement de manière active et non passive. Il n’y a d’ailleurs pas ce sentiment de «redevance» et l’exigence que ce que nous contribuons nous revienne en faveurs ou en marchandise d’égale valeur. Il n’y a d’ailleurs aucune circulation monétaire tout au long du festival et aucun argent ne peut être fait «sur le dos» de Burning man. Effectivement, comme l’a dit Rousseau, «on a de tout avec l'argent, hormis des coeurs et des bons citoyens»#. À Burning man, il y a plutôt ce sentiment d’universalité, ce désir de contribuer et de constater que, à la fin, les efforts des autres nous auront fait grandir aussi.

Toutefois, malgré tout le positif et tout le bien que peut apporter Burning man dans la vie de ceux qui y participent, l’événement ne dure qu’une semaine au total. Certes, durant cette semaine entière, on s’entraide, on partage et on vit pleinement, heureux de faire partie de ce monde unique qu’est l’expérience du «burner». Je crois cependant que, sur une plus longue période de temps, le système s’écroulerait. Effectivement, «là où chacun, pour ainsi dire, est libre d'agir à son gré et de s'abandonner à là licence, la confusion et le désordre ne tardent pas à se manifester de toutes parts»#. Je crois qu’il est impossible pour l’être humain de rester complètement altruiste et désintéressé par son propre gain. À la longue, nous commencerions à voir apparaitre de l’animosité dans le cœur d’un homme face à son voisin qui, en jouant de la musique très fort toute la nuit, l’empêche de dormir. Nous pourrions également commencer à voir l’apparition d’un sentiment d’injustice chez un individu si, en échange d’un bien ou d’un service, il ne recevait pas l’équivalent à son tour. «Le bonheur de donner [serait] mort à force de donner»# et le désir de recevoir éloignerait l’homme du contentement de faire du bien à son prochain sans rien exiger en retour.

En somme, l’expérience Burning man ne pourrait probablement pas exister à long terme. Il est nécessaire, dans la vie de tous les jours, que chaque individu s’occupe soi-même de son propre intérêt pour permettre le bon fonctionnement d’une société juste. Je juge qu’il est tout de même important pour tous de s’engager sur la voie de l’affirmation de soi, de l’acceptation des autres et de la participation au sein de sa société, peu importe de quelle manière. Ce sont pour ces raisons que l’événement Burning man favorise notre nature humaine car, pour le peu de temps que le festival dure réellement, il nous donne les capacités de vivre une meilleure vie et aide à nous reconnecter avec nous même et les gens qui nous entourent.
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Postby delle » Tue May 17, 2011 4:36 pm

ygmir wrote: as fortune would have it, and as deemed by the Norns, I happen to have built said "Gallows truck".

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Get out the big rag Yiggy. My guy just drooled all over your truck!!!!
He apologizes, but can't help himself!!!!
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Postby Ugly Dougly » Tue May 17, 2011 4:54 pm

Pourqoui! Pourquoi est-elle dans la langue des grenouilles?
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Postby Ugly Dougly » Tue May 17, 2011 4:56 pm

Super Evil Brian wrote:
Are you sure you're a virgin?


I asked a girl in Minneapolis about that, then the next time I saw her I found out she was a hooker and was eligible for parole on Valentine's Day.


That's so romantic. :D
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Postby Ugly Dougly » Tue May 17, 2011 4:59 pm

Savannah wrote:Agreed. Art cars are not a mass transit system.

The one that came closest was the multi-car Draka the Dragon.


I rode Draka too! But then she dropped me off in BumFuck, aka Z and 3.14.

But then a small taxi-like MV picked me up and brought me home.
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Postby Savannah » Tue May 17, 2011 5:46 pm

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Postby delle » Tue May 17, 2011 6:29 pm

Ugly Dougly wrote:Pourqoui! Pourquoi est-elle dans la langue des grenouilles?


Because! Because it's done nothing but rain here for weeks!!!

We adapt quickly~~~
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Postby Dr. Pyro » Tue May 17, 2011 8:16 pm

I don't mean to sound critical, but you people should not post drunk. None of those words make sense. It's like, well, you're European or worse, like French.
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Postby oneeyeddick » Tue May 17, 2011 8:39 pm

But yet you drink french wine.
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Postby gyre » Tue May 17, 2011 8:45 pm

I thought when he was drunk, he whined in french?


Interesting training regimen anyway.
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Postby ygmir » Tue May 17, 2011 8:53 pm

robbidobbs wrote:
as fortune would have it, and as deemed by the Norns, I happen to have built said "Gallows truck".

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THIS IS FUCKING AMAZING YGMIR!
Please please pleeeze bring it out this year!

Congratulation on this acquisition.[/quote]





Thanks Robbidobbs......well, sort of an acquisition. I made it.
created from two other trucks.

haha, I'd love to bring it.....but, it'd take a month to drive out, and, I can't afford a lowbed.
but, it does reach out 35', or 45' straight up.
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