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Postby ygmir » Tue Aug 03, 2010 10:58 pm

burningquestions wrote:
ygmir wrote:well,
we differ there.
but, as opinion is subjective, I do accept your take on it.
I just disagree..


I'd be happy to gift you as many alcoholic beverages until you pass out.

But I think we may have a problem starting an Alliance of Agreeable Anarchists. Or even Agreeable Anarchists.

That's the thing. What's good for one may not be good for another. There is no possible thing as Utopia. One man's Utopia is another man's slavery.

If you folks could find a private farmer to agree to hosting this party you would gain much more "freedom" credibility. We could walk around naked, smoke pot, light off fireworks, ride motorcycles... Of course that brings up a completely new set of problems such as insurance, liability, etc. But it would cut out the MAN.


I might submit, you'd find it not that much different on private land.
what's illegal in Nevada, is illegal public or private land included.

True, there is no Utopia.......

but, well, we can have fun anyway? yes?
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Postby burningquestions » Tue Aug 03, 2010 11:08 pm

ygmir wrote:
burningquestions wrote:
ygmir wrote:well,
we differ there.
but, as opinion is subjective, I do accept your take on it.
I just disagree..


I'd be happy to gift you as many alcoholic beverages until you pass out.

But I think we may have a problem starting an Alliance of Agreeable Anarchists. Or even Agreeable Anarchists.

That's the thing. What's good for one may not be good for another. There is no possible thing as Utopia. One man's Utopia is another man's slavery.

If you folks could find a private farmer to agree to hosting this party you would gain much more "freedom" credibility. We could walk around naked, smoke pot, light off fireworks, ride motorcycles... Of course that brings up a completely new set of problems such as insurance, liability, etc. But it would cut out the MAN.


I might submit, you'd find it not that much different on private land.
what's illegal in Nevada, is illegal public or private land included.

True, there is no Utopia.......

but, well, we can have fun anyway? yes?


Yes on the fun. But in my scenario I could walk around naked while lighting off fireworks. And I could could leave camp to ride my motorcycles and come back in without a fee. Check out Chuck-E-Cheese Pizza and any concert/sporting event-It's called a hand stamp.

:wink:
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Postby Eric » Tue Aug 03, 2010 11:49 pm

burningquestions wrote:Yes on the fun. But in my scenario I could walk around naked while lighting off fireworks. And I could could leave camp to ride my motorcycles and come back in without a fee. Check out Chuck-E-Cheese Pizza and any concert/sporting event-It's called a hand stamp. :wink:


So create your scenario. Burning Man has existed for 25 years- it is what it is. If what that "is" is doesn't appeal to you, don't go. Your constant whinnying that you don't like the fact this event isn't how you want it is pointless. But, so is your being here.

You appear to be like the bay area "anarchists" who have no philosophy & just like to throw shit around to stir up trouble. We also call them 2 year olds.

(and try to go to Chuck-E-Cheese or a sporting event & walk around naked setting off fireworks & riding your motorcycles. Bet that'll get you far. Idiot.)

Bored of you.

Bye Bye.
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Postby burningquestions » Tue Aug 03, 2010 11:59 pm

Eric wrote:
burningquestions wrote:Yes on the fun. But in my scenario I could walk around naked while lighting off fireworks. And I could could leave camp to ride my motorcycles and come back in without a fee. Check out Chuck-E-Cheese Pizza and any concert/sporting event-It's called a hand stamp. :wink:


So create your scenario. Burning Man has existed for 25 years- it is what it is. If what that "is" is doesn't appeal to you, don't go. Your constant whinnying that you don't like the fact this event isn't how you want it is pointless. But, so is your being here.

You appear to be like the bay area "anarchists" who have no philosophy & just like to throw shit around to stir up trouble. We also call them 2 year olds.

(and try to go to Chuck-E-Cheese or a sporting event & walk around naked setting off fireworks & riding your motorcycles. Bet that'll get you far. Idiot.)

Bored of you.

Bye Bye.


Is there no nudity or fireworks at BM?

You imply there is an anarchist philosophy. Wow. That would certainly be news to the world. Please share.

"Watch out for those unpredictable anarchists! They'll fuck you up!"

OR...

"Those damned anarchists are so fucking predictable. They really bore me."

Ha ha!
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Postby oneeyeddick » Wed Aug 04, 2010 12:00 am

Chuck-E-cheese has shitty pizza and the whole place smells like diapers and children are all screaming and foaming at the mouth.

It is exactly like Burning Man in those ways but...

Why would you waste your time going there when they don't even have topless waitresses?
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Postby TomServo » Wed Aug 04, 2010 12:06 am

burningquestions wrote:
Eric wrote:
burningquestions wrote:Yes on the fun. But in my scenario I could walk around naked while lighting off fireworks. And I could could leave camp to ride my motorcycles and come back in without a fee. Check out Chuck-E-Cheese Pizza and any concert/sporting event-It's called a hand stamp. :wink:


So create your scenario. Burning Man has existed for 25 years- it is what it is. If what that "is" is doesn't appeal to you, don't go. Your constant whinnying that you don't like the fact this event isn't how you want it is pointless. But, so is your being here.

You appear to be like the bay area "anarchists" who have no philosophy & just like to throw shit around to stir up trouble. We also call them 2 year olds.

(and try to go to Chuck-E-Cheese or a sporting event & walk around naked setting off fireworks & riding your motorcycles. Bet that'll get you far. Idiot.)

Bored of you.

Bye Bye.


Is there no nudity or fireworks at BM?

You imply there is an anarchist philosophy. Wow. That would certainly be news to the world. Please share.

"Watch out for those unpredictable anarchists! They'll fuck you up!"

OR...

"Those damned anarchists are so fucking predictable. They really bore me."

Ha ha!


Who said were anarchists? And, just how much do you know about anarchism?
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Postby burningquestions » Wed Aug 04, 2010 12:16 am

TomServo wrote:
burningquestions wrote:
Eric wrote:
burningquestions wrote:Yes on the fun. But in my scenario I could walk around naked while lighting off fireworks. And I could could leave camp to ride my motorcycles and come back in without a fee. Check out Chuck-E-Cheese Pizza and any concert/sporting event-It's called a hand stamp. :wink:


So create your scenario. Burning Man has existed for 25 years- it is what it is. If what that "is" is doesn't appeal to you, don't go. Your constant whinnying that you don't like the fact this event isn't how you want it is pointless. But, so is your being here.

You appear to be like the bay area "anarchists" who have no philosophy & just like to throw shit around to stir up trouble. We also call them 2 year olds.

(and try to go to Chuck-E-Cheese or a sporting event & walk around naked setting off fireworks & riding your motorcycles. Bet that'll get you far. Idiot.)

Bored of you.

Bye Bye.


Is there no nudity or fireworks at BM?

You imply there is an anarchist philosophy. Wow. That would certainly be news to the world. Please share.

"Watch out for those unpredictable anarchists! They'll fuck you up!"

OR...

"Those damned anarchists are so fucking predictable. They really bore me."

Ha ha!


Who said were anarchists? And, just how much do you know about anarchism?


What? Would proper punctuation help make your point? Please include your dissertation on anarchy.
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Postby TomServo » Wed Aug 04, 2010 12:18 am

burningquestions wrote:
TomServo wrote:
burningquestions wrote:
Eric wrote:
burningquestions wrote:Yes on the fun. But in my scenario I could walk around naked while lighting off fireworks. And I could could leave camp to ride my motorcycles and come back in without a fee. Check out Chuck-E-Cheese Pizza and any concert/sporting event-It's called a hand stamp. :wink:


So create your scenario. Burning Man has existed for 25 years- it is what it is. If what that "is" is doesn't appeal to you, don't go. Your constant whinnying that you don't like the fact this event isn't how you want it is pointless. But, so is your being here.

You appear to be like the bay area "anarchists" who have no philosophy & just like to throw shit around to stir up trouble. We also call them 2 year olds.

(and try to go to Chuck-E-Cheese or a sporting event & walk around naked setting off fireworks & riding your motorcycles. Bet that'll get you far. Idiot.)

Bored of you.

Bye Bye.


Is there no nudity or fireworks at BM?

You imply there is an anarchist philosophy. Wow. That would certainly be news to the world. Please share.

"Watch out for those unpredictable anarchists! They'll fuck you up!"

OR...

"Those damned anarchists are so fucking predictable. They really bore me."

Ha ha!


Who said were anarchists? And, just how much do you know about anarchism?


What? Would proper punctuation help make your point? Please include your dissertation on anarchy.



Proper punctuation? I'm an anarchsit! Remember?
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Postby burningquestions » Wed Aug 04, 2010 12:19 am

TomServo wrote:
burningquestions wrote:
Eric wrote:
burningquestions wrote:Yes on the fun. But in my scenario I could walk around naked while lighting off fireworks. And I could could leave camp to ride my motorcycles and come back in without a fee. Check out Chuck-E-Cheese Pizza and any concert/sporting event-It's called a hand stamp. :wink:


So create your scenario. Burning Man has existed for 25 years- it is what it is. If what that "is" is doesn't appeal to you, don't go. Your constant whinnying that you don't like the fact this event isn't how you want it is pointless. But, so is your being here.

You appear to be like the bay area "anarchists" who have no philosophy & just like to throw shit around to stir up trouble. We also call them 2 year olds.

(and try to go to Chuck-E-Cheese or a sporting event & walk around naked setting off fireworks & riding your motorcycles. Bet that'll get you far. Idiot.)

Bored of you.

Bye Bye.


Is there no nudity or fireworks at BM?

You imply there is an anarchist philosophy. Wow. That would certainly be news to the world. Please share.

"Watch out for those unpredictable anarchists! They'll fuck you up!"

OR...

"Those damned anarchists are so fucking predictable. They really bore me."

Ha ha!


Who said were anarchists? And, just how much do you know about anarchism?
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Postby TomServo » Wed Aug 04, 2010 12:22 am

Sure, dipshit
anything worth doing is worth overdoing..
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Postby burningquestions » Wed Aug 04, 2010 12:25 am

TomServo wrote:
burningquestions wrote:
TomServo wrote:
burningquestions wrote:
Eric wrote:
burningquestions wrote:Yes on the fun. But in my scenario I could walk around naked while lighting off fireworks. And I could could leave camp to ride my motorcycles and come back in without a fee. Check out Chuck-E-Cheese Pizza and any concert/sporting event-It's called a hand stamp. :wink:


So create your scenario. Burning Man has existed for 25 years- it is what it is. If what that "is" is doesn't appeal to you, don't go. Your constant whinnying that you don't like the fact this event isn't how you want it is pointless. But, so is your being here.

You appear to be like the bay area "anarchists" who have no philosophy & just like to throw shit around to stir up trouble. We also call them 2 year olds.

(and try to go to Chuck-E-Cheese or a sporting event & walk around naked setting off fireworks & riding your motorcycles. Bet that'll get you far. Idiot.)

Bored of you.

Bye Bye.


Is there no nudity or fireworks at BM?

You imply there is an anarchist philosophy. Wow. That would certainly be news to the world. Please share.

"Watch out for those unpredictable anarchists! They'll fuck you up!"

OR...

"Those damned anarchists are so fucking predictable. They really bore me."

Ha ha!


Who said were anarchists? And, just how much do you know about anarchism?


What? Would proper punctuation help make your point? Please include your dissertation on anarchy.



Proper punctuation? I'm an anarchsit! Remember?


Ha ha! Have a great night! Rock on brother!
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Postby Fire_Moose » Wed Aug 04, 2010 7:31 am

burningquestions wrote:If you folks could find a private farmer to agree to hosting this party you would gain much more "freedom" credibility. We could walk around naked, smoke pot, light off fireworks, ride motorcycles... Of course that brings up a completely new set of problems such as insurance, liability, etc. But it would cut out the MAN.



There are things called "regionals"...and i dunno about too many of them but that's how ours are..of course, if you go around putting people in danger by shooting yer fireworks into crowds from yer quad you will be asked to leave/force-ably removed.

You realize that anarchy can never work right? HUmans (as a whole) cannot handle having no rules and many cannot call out someone who needs to be called out.
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Postby AntiM » Wed Aug 04, 2010 7:34 am

George Hayduke thinks you're all a bunch of pussies. Regards, MaggieMayDay.
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Postby TomServo » Wed Aug 04, 2010 11:18 am

AntiM wrote:George Hayduke thinks you're all a bunch of pussies. Regards, MaggieMayDay.



George Hayduke is senile. Too much time in Vietnam...
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Postby Parasitoid » Thu Aug 05, 2010 8:16 am

Yes on the fun. But in my scenario I could walk around naked while lighting off fireworks. And I could could leave camp to ride my motorcycles and come back in without a fee. Check out Chuck-E-Cheese Pizza and any concert/sporting event-It's called a hand stamp. :wink:


In reality you can do whatever you want, you just aren't willing to accept the consequences of what will happen when you do.
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