do look good in speedos
Point of origen in op's profile.buckethead alien wrote:Hollywood? Hi fishie!
Careful. word is that rex will be on hand to save it.Buster Friendly wrote:Jesus Tap-Dancing Christ, Tommy. I hope you're not planning on putting this in Fandango Village. We get enough hepatitis scares from the bar, who knows what's going to be breeding in that giant petri dish of yours.
Yeah, there's something about indentured servitude that irks me.Steven bradford wrote:Real world not sufficiently judgemental for you?
Come to burning man, and do something different!
Or, hang out only in the radical free conformist camps.
Badger wrote:Has anyone ever heard of anyone who arrived on a "work visa" and then had to abandon their camp because of the conditions. Really, I can imagine it going wrong more for the sponsor than the employee (someone shows up, you get them in, they stay with you for a few days then disappear to a cooler camp where they've made friends or, even worse, already have friends).
I've heard the stories. I've dealt with the stories. None have been pretty. NONE of them. And yes, it seems like the majority of these trade-for-work situations were exploitive. Sort of a mild form of hostage taking. Id suggest people stay the hell away from such offers.
Chai Guy wrote:It's a receipe for disaster on both sides. You also have to wonder what happened to the original person they had set up for this gig (and if they're just now getting around to finding a maid. pool boy, chef you have to wonder how much planning they've put into their other projects).
landra_lee wrote:Wow, I would not expect such brashness from a group of people that i usually enjoy reading posts from...
First of all, the CAMP is not private at all. And nobody here is trying to be an "elitist". If you have never been to one of Tommy and Tomas' pool parties, then you don't know how fun and spontaneous they can be.
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