phil wrote:Nobody will remember this thread next week.
Simon of the Playa wrote:fishy, no offense is EVER taken.
i have always found your contributions to be clever, intelligent, well thought out and interesting.
you don't need to apologize or make justifications, i respect your opinion enormously.
Sail Man wrote:phil wrote:Nobody will remember this thread next week.
We will if you post a video of you wrasslin a goose at night while wearing nothing but those fancy LED pants that Loiuse whipped up for you :lol:
Oh boy. We ask everyone to take some garbage home, and we do do recycling pretty okay. Those people are clueless. (Thank you, Captain Obvious Fishy!) That's less than a dollar each! Very good value for the money. I thank you, trenton, for grown-upping up.trenton wrote:2140 lbs of garbage, agreed to haul off just empty cases, I will not be joining a large camp next year. I had just two kitchen draw-string bags, People in our camp (120) had a hard time poning up $80 for dump run. Some were even offended I asked! Party and run seems to be the montra of a lot of people.
Bob wrote:Not a huge secret that *any* stage or rave camp contributes much more litter than other camps...
Conversely, there's litter everywhere on the event site, and the "green" designation is relative...
Maybe the real problem is the background levels of trash are too low... c'mon, everybody, do your part...
Simon of the Playa wrote:i called my buddies in Switzerland the other day about the moop issue and he said not to worry.
we have a solution for next years problem, and they'll be testing it by christmas, with a full go in the spring.
by labor day, this baby should be ready to rock, and sweep the place clean...
there will only be green on next years map, pilgrims.
http://www.nytimes.com/2009/10/13/scien ... l?_r=3&hpw
Simon of the Playa wrote:on second thought, just roll the rim in playa dust...
Roberto Dobbisano wrote:
Simon of the Playa wrote:note to self....before the end of the world, find emergentech and beat the living snot out of him / her.
DiveDogFLL wrote:^^nice map, thanx!!!
Can someone please clarify the difference between Red Yellow and Green, in
practical terms to a noob? (I did read the index)
Any pictures of a yellow and red site?
Who makes the call on the moop color code? Subjective?
or, there's some scale or points system? but only known to those in the secret society ?
is anything more than a leaf rake needed to restore from red to green? shovels? can this stuff be borrowed from DPW?
or is the whole point, that you must plan ahead, before you leave, so you don't get in the red in the first place?
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