Tinkerbell wrote:I'm against the feathers and the burning of plastic. AMEN
Fiery words are spoken about feathers, but in the same breath, members here will encourage people to bring zip ties — which I suspect are extremely common MOOP and hard to find as well.
Bounce530 wrote:You can leave comments on her pictures on her f/b.
jkisha wrote:Bob made some good points, most of which I agree with.
However,I think I finally realized why I'm a bit resistant to critize chicken girl and her costume. The fact is, almost anything that anyone brings to the playa has the potential to become MOOP. Why is so much empases placed on what people bring, when the blame should be directed at people not being responsible for what they choose to bring?
maladroit wrote:I think this thread needs a little more of a vigilante flair.
They can bring the feathers, we can bring the tar.
Lonesomebri wrote:So some ego-hound skins a chicken to look good, we all can't be blessed with inner beauty. Besides she deserves to be gloriously self indulgent -"because I spend days post-burn picking up everyone's garbage."
She picked up EVERYONE'S garbage, of course she can be trusted to take care of her own tail feathers.
She thinks she is alot better looking/caring/spiritual/artistic/insightful/concerned than she will ever be, and she has a facebook page to prove it.
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid ... hoto_reply
jkisha wrote:Actually, if these are pictures of the same girl
I might have to reassess my opinion/comments. One stunning (by some accounts) outfit is one thing; but to be wearing (cheap, moopy) feathers with every outfit is just not right.
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