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Re: Alright, let's hear the best and worst from 2012

Postby SaritaSyrah » Thu Sep 20, 2012 7:30 pm

gaminwench wrote:f*ckin' eplaya...

okay, I'm gonna start a thread, takin' apps...


I want in on this! Can we share the thread? You can have first pick...
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Re: Alright, let's hear the best and worst from 2012

Postby SaritaSyrah » Thu Sep 20, 2012 7:30 pm

gaminwench wrote:f*ckin' eplaya...

okay, I'm gonna start a thread, takin' apps...


I want in on this! Can we share the thread? You can have first pick...
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Re: Alright, let's hear the best and worst from 2012

Postby grenadine » Thu Sep 20, 2012 8:11 pm

I'veBeenHad wrote:Being it was my first burn, I was mentally unprepared for the dust. I mean the dust was everywhere within 5 minutes of arrival. I tried in vain to protect things from the dust at first (e.g. our tent) and soon I learned resistance is futile. I was just not ready to surrender my self to what I considered filth but soon enough I relented and just went with the flow!
The heat in the early morning kept me from getting enough rest. I mean even 3 or 4 hours straight. Next year I am definitely bringing battery operated fans for some ventilation.


1) Adding Muslin to the vented areas of your tent can do a lot to minimize the dustiness of your tent.
2) Building a swamp cooler can make the daytime hours more manageable.
3) Reading the survival guide and joining the forums before attending the event can teach you to do these things so that you are adequately prepared to have a good time.
4) The dust is your friend. Love it or leave it. There's nothing filthy about it, more like a dry mud bath.
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Re: Alright, let's hear the best and worst from 2012

Postby Savannah » Thu Sep 20, 2012 8:15 pm

I'veBeenHad wrote:It was my first burn so it was a little overwhelming to say the least!

Best
*Walking out on to the playa for the first time at night. I mean just looking out onto the horizon is simply breathtaking.
*Visiting the temple. I was on the verge of tears and I was completely sober, for the record!
*Pier II Pirate Ship. I mean OMG what a trippy experience at night. The stimulated ocean and the long walkway really set the fucking mood. I will not forget that experience for a long time.
*Exploring, exploring, and more exploring! I cannot believe how many different things there are to experience. I was blown away.
* Carrots vs. Rabbits protest. This is probably the most absurd thing I saw all week and I loved it!
* For the most part, the people were amazing, friendly, welcoming, and hilarious. I was surprised at how inviting everyone was. The trip reinforced my faith in humanity.

Worst
Being it was my first burn, I was mentally unprepared for the dust. I mean the dust was everywhere within 5 minutes of arrival. I tried in vain to protect things from the dust at first (e.g. our tent) and soon I learned resistance is futile. I was just not ready to surrender my self to what I considered filth but soon enough I relented and just went with the flow!
The heat in the early morning kept me from getting enough rest. I mean even 3 or 4 hours straight. Next year I am definitely bringing battery operated fans for some ventilation.
Some on here were praising the dust storm on Friday but for me it was a bit too much. At first it was cool biking around and seeing stuff come into view and slowly disappear into the "abyss" but that got old after a couple of hours and finally I just called it a night. They are not kidding when they say the playa can be a very hostile/unforgiving environment.

I just wanna close saying that next year I will participate more in the "community". I did not fully understand what BM was until I arrived as such it was hard for me to put much thought/effort into maximizing my contribution. Now I realize how important it is to give something back so I will definitely be more involved in creating a better BM in the future.


Great first post. :D Welcome to ePlaya!

p.s. Playa dust might be the cleanest, most corrosive filth you'll ever love.
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Re: Alright, let's hear the best and worst from 2012

Postby piehole » Thu Sep 20, 2012 8:36 pm

best: this thread :mrgreen:

also, Pyro Podium. that shit was AMAZING. first night out there i go exploring solo and stumble upon what looks like a simple arrangement of posts, decorated with LEDs all up and down, but what made me curious was the orange caution fence around it.

so anyways, all the posts are actually flamethrowers hooked up to this central propane tank and the way it works is that it syncs up to a persons movement via xbox kinect, who is standing up on a large podium, hence the name, Pyro Podium. so when you move/dance/seizure, you control the flamethrowers! so freakin awesome.

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(no that isn't me in the photo, thats on their FB page)
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Re: Alright, let's hear the best and worst from 2012

Postby Savannah » Thu Sep 20, 2012 8:38 pm

piehole wrote:
so anyways, all the posts are actually flamethrowers hooked up to this central propane tank and the way it works is that it syncs up to a persons movement via xbox kinect, who is standing up on a large podium, hence the name, Pyro Podium. so when you move/dance/seizure, you control the flamethrowers! so freakin awesome.



OH MY GOD, Piehole. Thank you for that. I wanna see what I can get the Pyro Podium to do next year. :shock:
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Re: Alright, let's hear the best and worst from 2012

Postby Drawingablank » Thu Sep 20, 2012 8:39 pm

I'veBeenHad wrote:

Worst
Being it was my first burn, I was mentally unprepared for the dust. I mean the dust was everywhere within 5 minutes of arrival. I tried in vain to protect things from the dust at first (e.g. our tent) and soon I learned resistance is futile. I was just not ready to surrender my self to what I considered filth but soon enough I relented and just went with the flow!
The heat in the early morning kept me from getting enough rest. I mean even 3 or 4 hours straight. Next year I am definitely bringing battery operated fans for some ventilation.


You must become one with the dust.

Seriously, scrubbing the sunscreen off is part of my daily ritual, but I don't expect to remain dust free for more than a few seconds. Hell, I probably have a pic around here of at least a half inch of dust in my sleeping bag.

Once you accept it - the dust is comforting.
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Re: Alright, let's hear the best and worst from 2012

Postby piehole » Thu Sep 20, 2012 8:47 pm

Savannah wrote:OH MY GOD, Piehole. Thank you for that. I wanna see what I can get the Pyro Podium to do next year. :shock:



I totally didn't get to play with it. Some asshat named 'bon chichi' stole my turn. I got there first, waited for the team to get it firing correctly and then a few people started gathering around it, we all started bullshitting and drinking from our flasks and before you know it, they're saying only one person can be on the podium at once and of course dude wanted to play more than I did so I let him.

I did get gifted some coffee liqueur though
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Re: Alright, let's hear the best and worst from 2012

Postby Savannah » Thu Sep 20, 2012 8:52 pm

Aww, that was nice of you. :)
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Re: Alright, let's hear the best and worst from 2012

Postby illy dilly » Thu Sep 20, 2012 8:58 pm

Drawingablank wrote:
I'veBeenHad wrote:

Worst
Being it was my first burn, I was mentally unprepared for the dust. I mean the dust was everywhere within 5 minutes of arrival. I tried in vain to protect things from the dust at first (e.g. our tent) and soon I learned resistance is futile. I was just not ready to surrender my self to what I considered filth but soon enough I relented and just went with the flow!
The heat in the early morning kept me from getting enough rest. I mean even 3 or 4 hours straight. Next year I am definitely bringing battery operated fans for some ventilation.


You must become one with the dust.

Seriously, scrubbing the sunscreen off is part of my daily ritual, but I don't expect to remain dust free for more than a few seconds. Hell, I probably have a pic around here of at least a half inch of dust in my sleeping bag.

Once you accept it - the dust is comforting.

And before you know it, you'll find your self saying things like "Throw some dust on it"
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Re: Alright, let's hear the best and worst from 2012

Postby piehole » Thu Sep 20, 2012 9:00 pm

Savannah wrote:Aww, that was nice of you. :)




right?

Fuck that though.
If I realized one thing about myself at the Burn this year it's that I am too friggin' nice.
I go out of my way to ensure everyone else's happiness yet rarely look out for my own.
It bit me in the ass hard this year and I think I finally learned my lesson.

No more Mr. Nice Pie.
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Re: Alright, let's hear the best and worst from 2012

Postby SaritaSyrah » Thu Sep 20, 2012 9:06 pm

piehole wrote:
No more Mr. Nice Pie.
:twisted:


but....but....

I like nice Pie.
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Re: Alright, let's hear the best and worst from 2012

Postby Savannah » Thu Sep 20, 2012 9:08 pm

piehole wrote:
Savannah wrote:Aww, that was nice of you. :)




right?

Fuck that though.
If I realized one thing about myself at the Burn this year it's that I am too friggin' nice.
I go out of my way to ensure everyone else's happiness yet rarely look out for my own.
It bit me in the ass hard this year and I think I finally learned my lesson.

No more Mr. Nice Pie.
:twisted:


:lol:

Sometimes Mr. Nice Pie? Sometimes?

Maybe it's the trick of ferreting out the folks who won't take advantage of your good nature.

Such people can be hard to find. :?
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Re: Alright, let's hear the best and worst from 2012

Postby illy dilly » Thu Sep 20, 2012 9:13 pm

Savannah wrote:
piehole wrote:
Savannah wrote:Aww, that was nice of you. :)




right?

Fuck that though.
If I realized one thing about myself at the Burn this year it's that I am too friggin' nice.
I go out of my way to ensure everyone else's happiness yet rarely look out for my own.
It bit me in the ass hard this year and I think I finally learned my lesson.

No more Mr. Nice Pie.
:twisted:


:lol:

Sometimes Mr. Nice Pie? Sometimes?

Maybe it's the trick of ferreting out the folks who won't take advantage of your good nature.

Such people can be hard to find. :?

Don't listen to her Mr.Mean Pie!

She is a girl! Everyone is nice to girls!
Be the meanest Mean Pie you can be!

But, if you do come by the gnome dome, we will do everything in our power to make sure you're happy.
Would you like some hot chocolate?
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Re: Alright, let's hear the best and worst from 2012

Postby piehole » Thu Sep 20, 2012 9:14 pm

SaritaSyrah wrote:
piehole wrote:
No more Mr. Nice Pie.
:twisted:


but....but....

I like nice Pie.



Come say that to my face
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Re: Alright, let's hear the best and worst from 2012

Postby piehole » Thu Sep 20, 2012 9:19 pm

Savannah wrote:Sometimes Mr. Nice Pie? Sometimes?

Maybe it's the trick of ferreting out the folks who won't take advantage of your good nature.

Such people can be hard to find. :?


Trust me, I'm not just gonna go all out Douchemode 9000 all the time, yet I've seen that works for a lot of people.
I am however, going to be more careful about exactly what you said, people who take advantage of my good nature.
And indeed, people who don't are very hard to find.
I guess what I'm saying is, I'm going to be less nice??
it's hard to explain
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Re: Alright, let's hear the best and worst from 2012

Postby SaritaSyrah » Thu Sep 20, 2012 9:21 pm

piehole wrote:
SaritaSyrah wrote:
piehole wrote:
No more Mr. Nice Pie.
:twisted:


but....but....

I like nice Pie.



Come say that to my face



Oh, yes sir. See you soon.
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Re: Alright, let's hear the best and worst from 2012

Postby piehole » Thu Sep 20, 2012 9:25 pm

SaritaSyrah wrote:Oh, yes sir. See you soon.



Should I PM you my address? 8)
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Re: Alright, let's hear the best and worst from 2012

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Re: Alright, let's hear the best and worst from 2012

Postby Savannah » Thu Sep 20, 2012 9:32 pm

piehole wrote:
Savannah wrote:Sometimes Mr. Nice Pie? Sometimes?

Maybe it's the trick of ferreting out the folks who won't take advantage of your good nature.

Such people can be hard to find. :?


Trust me, I'm not just gonna go all out Douchemode 9000 all the time, yet I've seen that works for a lot of people.
I am however, going to be more careful about exactly what you said, people who take advantage of my good nature.
And indeed, people who don't are very hard to find.
I guess what I'm saying is, I'm going to be less nice??
it's hard to explain


No, no, I get it . . . I just wanted to make sure there was some Original Piehole left by the time I shake your hand. :lol:
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Re: Alright, let's hear the best and worst from 2012

Postby piehole » Thu Sep 20, 2012 9:36 pm

Savannah wrote:
No, no, I get it . . . I just wanted to make sure there was some Original Piehole left by the time I shake your hand. :lol:


shake my HAND?

psh, you're getting a hug, Sav.
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Re: Alright, let's hear the best and worst from 2012

Postby piehole » Thu Sep 20, 2012 9:42 pm

theCryptofishist wrote:Image


EXACTLY
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Re: Alright, let's hear the best and worst from 2012

Postby illy dilly » Thu Sep 20, 2012 9:44 pm

piehole wrote:
theCryptofishist wrote:Image


EXACTLY

O SHIT!
I'll push the cart of cream pies around the playa, if after every time you hit someone in the face you yell

"You've been Pie Holed!!!"

We'll have to put down some sort of tarp or something, but those are just details
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Re: Alright, let's hear the best and worst from 2012

Postby piehole » Thu Sep 20, 2012 9:45 pm

illy dilly wrote:Don't listen to her Mr.Mean Pie!

She is a girl! Everyone is nice to girls!
Be the meanest Mean Pie you can be!

But, if you do come by the gnome dome, we will do everything in our power to make sure you're happy.
Would you like some hot chocolate?


YEAH, ILLY DILLY IS RIGHT!!
AND NO, FUCK HOT CHOCOLATE, GIVE ME SOME PBR


oh god, i am so sorry for yelling at you, yes i would love some hot chocolate
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Re: Alright, let's hear the best and worst from 2012

Postby illy dilly » Thu Sep 20, 2012 9:50 pm

piehole wrote:
illy dilly wrote:Don't listen to her Mr.Mean Pie!

She is a girl! Everyone is nice to girls!
Be the meanest Mean Pie you can be!

But, if you do come by the gnome dome, we will do everything in our power to make sure you're happy.
Would you like some hot chocolate?


YEAH, ILLY DILLY IS RIGHT!!
AND NO, FUCK HOT CHOCOLATE, GIVE ME SOME PBR


oh god, i am so sorry for yelling at you, yes i would love some hot chocolate

FUCK YER DAY Pie Hole!
WE HAVE COLD PBR AND MGD ALWAYS! HELP YOUR SELF!

You really shoulda tried the Hot Coco!!!
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Re: Alright, let's hear the best and worst from 2012

Postby piehole » Thu Sep 20, 2012 9:50 pm

illy dilly wrote:O SHIT!
I'll push the cart of cream pies around the playa, if after every time you hit someone in the face you yell

"You've been Pie Holed!!!"

We'll have to put down some sort of tarp or something, but those are just details



OH MY GOD. WAIT!

It'll be a somewhat larger, enclosed cart and there would be a hole that you stick your head in and then BAM, pie in the face.

I can imagine it...

"So uh, why's it called the Piehole?"

"Why don't ya stick your head in that hole and find out?"

*BAM*

"YOU'VE BEEN PIEHOLED!!"
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Re: Alright, let's hear the best and worst from 2012

Postby Savannah » Thu Sep 20, 2012 9:53 pm

piehole wrote:
Savannah wrote:
No, no, I get it . . . I just wanted to make sure there was some Original Piehole left by the time I shake your hand. :lol:


shake my HAND?

psh, you're getting a hug, Sav.


I'm sorry, that was terrible of me. :oops: I meant, "by the time I shake your ass". (As per the ePlaya Terms of Service, all ePlaya virgins who fail to cross paths with me their first year at the Meet & Greet must face me the following year in Center Camp, for a ceremonial Pants-Off Dance-Off judged by a jury of drunken peers.)
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Re: Alright, let's hear the best and worst from 2012

Postby illy dilly » Thu Sep 20, 2012 9:54 pm

piehole wrote:I can imagine it...

"So uh, why's it called the Piehole?"

"Why don't ya stick your head in that hole and find out?"

*BAM*

"YOU'VE BEEN PIEHOLED!!"

HA HAHA!!!!
O MAN!

"Why don't ya stick your head in that hole and find out?"
Holy shit, if anyone actually stuck their head in the hole, could you imagine it!
They would so deserve a pie in the face!
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Re: Alright, let's hear the best and worst from 2012

Postby theCryptofishist » Thu Sep 20, 2012 9:56 pm

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Re: Alright, let's hear the best and worst from 2012

Postby piehole » Thu Sep 20, 2012 10:00 pm

illy dilly wrote:Holy shit, if anyone actually stuck their head in the hole, could you imagine it!
They would so deserve a pie in the face!


I have to make this happen. Holy shit this needs to happen.
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