robbidobbs wrote:It literally takes all the strength that I have, with volunteers, to put up the half-sheet signs, at eye level (5'8"), with 36 point type, and fully half of the signs directly address baby-wipes.
unjonharley wrote:Lets get the word out that the gate crew is going to search your car for wipes.. And will turn you back if any are found..
oneeyeddick wrote:unjonharley wrote:Lets get the word out that the gate crew is going to search your car for wipes.. And will turn you back if any are found..
You would have to turn around pretty much everyone then.
Don't they have baby wipes on the list of things to bring in the survival guide ?......I've never actually bothered reading it.......
The people that do not read the survival guide are those most offten refered to as asshats.. just in case you were woundering
oneeyeddick wrote:But therein lies the problem.
When it gets real busy and you have to wait for someone to leave a shishack before you get your turn, almost nobody is taking the time to stop and read the signs. Everyone waits 15 to 20 feet away from them so reading them then is usually not gonna happen.
Now if they were on the inside........
The signs on the outside do some good, but I miss the ones that had a lot of Haiku and humor from years ago. I actually read every one of them back then, because of the humor aspect.
mereth wrote:How about providing ziploc bags as well as TP (I know that sounds really expensive) so if someone uses a wipe or changes a tampon, but they forgot to bring a baggie as well, there's one there to put it in and take it away?
Just some cheeeep baggies... (I'd be happy to research just how cheap you can get them if you'd like, Robbi...)
thisisthatwhichis wrote:Yea, Robbi..... I think most of us in TerminalCity would take some time out to help post signs or whatever in the potties at the beginning of the event.........
Jus let us know......
Lisa_M_Davies wrote:I think that zip-log bags in the toilets - or by the anti-bacterial gel pole, would be a fantastic idea!!! Being stuck out on the playa with nothing to put tampons with nothing to put them in apart from the toilets was an unfortunate situation I found myself in and know that was a common thing other ladies unfortunately in.. no excuse really... we should try and be prepared for all situations.. but things don't always work out that way...
unjonharley wrote:The year after we suffered a TP shortage, I made up over 100 shit-kits.. after handing out about 5,, I found them in the shit holes..
Nice try but, fuck
Lets get the word out that the gate crew is going to search your car for wipes.. And will turn you back if any are found..
I'll get a letter off to the JRS.. ASking them to post anti wipe info in "all" there posting.. hopefuly in bold lettering..
How can we ask admid to post the message strongly in some of there dribble?;( read the back of your ticket,perhaps;(
I try to camp across from a pottie row.. I could drive a small post with a good sign attached.. say back about where people stand to wait.. Then remove it and take it home for the following year
motskyroonmatick wrote:A double or triple size sign on the end of the potty banks taped to the side so that people walking or riding up can not avoid seeing it.
I pledge to talk to all my camp mates about moop in the poop and proper hovering method for those who must hover. I for one am ready to help again.
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