girlie wrote:and they definitely never taste as sweet as the random drinks pretty much any camp will offer you when you go visiting.
Just don't ask about the 'secret' ingredients.
Kinetic wrote:Off Topic....but what is the deal with Absinthe? What's so special about it? Anyone care to enlighten me?
Maybe I was so out of it this year that I missed out on another cool thing...besides the e-playa meet & greet!
But several modern Spanish and Czech brands actually contain no detectable thujone (and therefore can be presumed to have been made without A.absinthium) while some pastis -- fake absinthes introduced after the bans -- may contain more than 30 mg/Kg. Some vermouths -- the name is a derivative and corruption of wormwood which is used in flavoring these blended wines -- contain more a-thujone than many absinthes. Thus the martini is a chemical cousin of absinthe!
...when you think you were flying over BRC maybe 10 feet above everyone else and was flying all over the place, well let's just say I'm not complaining about the experience.
And Flux, you made my experience at BM. When Tiff's bike came up missing, you let us borrow yours and you salvaged the trip for us. I really mean it when I say Thanks....
princess strych-9 wrote:i was wearing a watch - but no clothes. does that make me a spectator?
Jp wrote: this year I found myself relaxing there with a cup of coffee fairly often. The reason: I was rangering and it was conveniently located next to Ranger HQ. Java from the cafe helped keep me going.
blyslv wrote: It was basically vodka with green stuff in it that made it taste bitter.
Ivy wrote:having a "clean" source of such is a consideration.
However, I personally wouldn't rely upon the cafe.
Isotopia wrote:Yep. Pretty much every one leaving except for the DPW and the post-event playa pirates who look over the site not unlike the Visigoths ready to plunder what remains.
PJ wrote:princess strych-9 wrote:i was wearing a watch - but no clothes. does that make me a spectator?
Everybody appreciates punctual spectators.
Ever since I became self-employed I no longer wear a watch in the Real World, unless I'm flying. (Then it's part of the backup navigation means--radical self sufficiency and all that, y'know, in case the DOD shuts down GPS with no notice.) But at B.Man I do wear a watch, so as to not miss something amusing I found in the What/Where/When pamphlet.
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