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Post by eli eli eli » Sat Sep 06, 2003 8:45 pm

was feeling grumpy
still no excuse for all that
let the small s*** slide

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Re: A Big Thank You to Poopers

Post by PurpleKoosh » Sat Sep 06, 2003 9:56 pm

robbidobbs wrote:A big squishy hug to all those who practiced as well as preached Excremental Correctness.
And thanks to you, Robbi, for looking after our shit. ;-)

(On a personal note, David and I were both glad to have run into you, however briefly, while we were there. See you at Decompression?)
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continued thanks

Post by Yonder Burn » Sun Sep 07, 2003 12:47 pm

I have so many people to thank for their part in making BM03 the best of 7 for me.

Doc Pyro for your excellent meet and greet event
Friendly Jen for the Romp and for your friendship
Lydia love for being you (was a pleasure to help you up the man when you had vertigo)xx
Chloe Dancer for great company at the M&G
Desert Pearl for your lovely company on the romp
Booker and the other rompers for the fun times we had
Ivy and Kat for welcoming me to the Burning Bellies event as oneof their drummers. That event was one of my highlights
The drummers I drummed with for hours at the temple while it burned away
Many more thanks as well.........loved it all and all of you.
Yonder

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Post by Mayfield » Sun Sep 07, 2003 3:17 pm

God DAMN this is SO wierd. It'll take me awhile to
get familiar with the new BBS - but in the meantime
THANKS to all who sent and or dropped off gifts, you
all are fucking rad!
Booker, was that you who dropped off the socks?
Fucking life saver baby!
PJ, cookies were great - Tequila even better.
Reba - the beer goddess!
Thanks for the patch Jane, saw Playa air around alot
but was unable to stop and say hi.
Good to see you Doc Pyro, when can I get a copy of
this years photo of us?
Oh yeah, and thanks alot Zane for the cognac and
Cigars, you fucking rock baby!
Nice meeting you Precipitate - give that big ol' ugly
guy a pinch on the ass for me.

Love y'all,
Mayfield

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Post by donna christie » Sun Sep 07, 2003 3:21 pm

i thank everyone for letting me find myself again. the journey has been long. but now i am back. :!:

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Post by Mayfield » Sun Sep 07, 2003 3:28 pm

Oh yeah, and thanks again Rob for the Burnin' Hooch!

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Post by PJ » Sun Sep 07, 2003 5:06 pm

Mayfield wrote:...PJ, cookies were great - Tequila even better.

Mayfield

You're welcome, and thanks for building the city whether or not that was a single-handed effort by you.

You were on my must-meet list but I had to leave the event days before I intended to. See you next year?

PJ

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Post by desert pearll » Sun Sep 07, 2003 10:11 pm

Thanks to the helpful staff at BRCPO,
including The Fine Gentleman,
for assisting me with my urgent postal needs.

Thank you Lovely Lydia.

Thank you John from Minden.
Sorry I forgot about the dance.

Thanks for the spokey necklace, Spokes.

Thanks Booker!

Thanks PJ for letting me play with your zipper.

And those were some killer kisses, YB.

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Post by Lydia Love » Sun Sep 07, 2003 10:21 pm

doh!

I lost my nerve when it came to sharing smooches... knew I was being a silly ass. I think it's my lot in life to regret the kisses not given.

And thanks back atcha DP - i've been seeing and feeling life more... open? clear? since our approach of the man. I don't have the words.
It's all about the squirrels.

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Red and Jean

Post by atari-x » Sun Sep 07, 2003 10:23 pm

For driving...and driving...
and for providing me with
entertainment that was
beyond belief..


"Popcorn is Evil" -Jean
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get it yourself bob.

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Post by PJ » Mon Sep 08, 2003 7:14 am

Lydia Love wrote:it's my lot in life to regret the kisses not given.
Would it help if I lend you my cow?

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Post by PJ » Mon Sep 08, 2003 7:17 am

desert pearll wrote:Thanks PJ for letting me play with your zipper.
That's the beauty of a flight suit--dozens of zippers. Even George Bush knows that. What he doesn't know is how much better it looks if you add a tutu.

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Post by jinx_sf_burner » Mon Sep 08, 2003 11:11 am

Hey there! I just saw your pics! great stuff! We should get together! email me.
jinx

Dyna-lite wrote:Hey Jinx!!
I didn't know you're from SF. There are alot of Solos in the BA.
We all should get together sometime.

Dyna-lite / aka chuck from the Solo Collective

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Post by Lydia Love » Mon Sep 08, 2003 11:15 am

Would it help if I lend you my cow?
No. I can see where that cow's been.
It's all about the squirrels.

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Post by Mayfield » Mon Sep 08, 2003 4:12 pm

PJ wrote:
You were on my must-meet list but I had to leave the event days before I intended to. See you next year?

PJ
I certainly hope so! I'll try to remember to bring the Tequila this time.

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Post by Dyna-lite » Tue Sep 09, 2003 8:43 am

Mayfiled,
Do you have plans on making an appearance in the Bay Area any time soon? Shit!! I’m pissed I didn't get a chance to see you on the playa this year bro. Maybe we can meet up at decompression. Hunt me down...I have a little present for you.


oh ya, keeping to the thread.......Thanks a lot you fuck!


Love ya,

~DL

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Thank you every person

Post by madmatt » Tue Sep 09, 2003 10:02 am

I want to thank each and every one of the 30,500 people who made Black Rock City what it was this year! I wish I could have met every single person at BM to thank you personally. Love, Matt (Joycamp Dubious & Dogma)

PS - Yes even the f*&%ing omnipresent police, since, I would rather have them there if it may have prevented (or caught) one single act of violence at BM.

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Post by Guest » Tue Sep 09, 2003 2:38 pm

I want to thank my campmates for yoga at sunset on Saturday.

I want to thank the rangers for their excellent work keeping people as safe as they could be.

Thanks Paddy for the pair of socks.

I want to thank a guy whose name might be Rudy for helping me learn something about myself on Saturday morning.

And I want to thank the hard working volunteers who help make this thing happen year after year!

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Post by Mayfield » Tue Sep 09, 2003 5:29 pm

Dyna-lite wrote: Do you have plans on making an appearance in the Bay Area any time soon? Shit!! I’m pissed I didn't get a chance to see you on the playa this year bro. Maybe we can meet up at decompression. Hunt me down...I have a little present for you.

oh ya, keeping to the thread.......Thanks a lot you fuck!

Love ya,
I've been waffling between heading home asap and staying out here until Thanksgiving. It's hard to leave, but then it has been 5 months that I've been out here so far and it'd be nice to have real toilets, laundry and showers for a change. My car died so I'm kinda stuck out here ... Working on a new ride, there's a Honda CRX and a Bronco in my sights.

I'll definitely let you know when I get down there. I should be at Decompression at the least. It'll e good to see you, you crazy fuck!

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Post by PJ » Tue Sep 09, 2003 5:34 pm

Mayfield wrote:...Working on a new ride, there's a Honda CRX and a Bronco in my sights.
Weld 'em together into a custom 8x6. Use the little engine around town, and the big engine for climbing hills.

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Post by Mayfield » Tue Sep 09, 2003 5:38 pm

Now that's a good idea!

The CRX is basically free whereas the Bronco would be a trade for my RV which needs alot of work. The Bronco's a Playa hardy vehicle. In the meantime is there any Bankruptcy lawyer out there who wanna do some pro bono work? LOL!

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Post by PJ » Tue Sep 09, 2003 5:43 pm

Mayfield wrote: any Bankruptcy lawyer out there who wanna do some pro bono work?
Blyslv needs clients. He's probably a bankrupt lawyer and thus probably fully qualified.

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Post by Mayfield » Tue Sep 09, 2003 5:55 pm

Excellent!

Blyslv?

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Post by Booker » Tue Sep 09, 2003 6:12 pm

All you hafta do is move to NM. Which ain't a bad deal, actually.

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Post by actiongrl » Tue Sep 09, 2003 6:18 pm

I am home now and back in the saddle, and I just wrote a whole list of thank yous, and then stupid Safari stupid crashed while I was hitting the stupid "submit" button. Safari never crashes so what the hella!?

I'll make it shorter, then:

Thank you, for showing up and doing what you did.

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Post by Jane Eric » Tue Sep 09, 2003 6:44 pm

I sorta like the, "Submit" button.

Mayfield, I had a little something something tucked away for you in the plane. Fuck yer day!

Actiongrl, thanks for trying to hook us up with the senator. We now have a funny story to tell. I went back to the camp and said we'd been asked and they wanted to know who the senator was, I completely forgot! Then when the radio chain of comments came down with, "too white" we decided that his name forever more will be T. White. We figured out which senator it was but T. White is just so much more funny and I thank you for the story to tell. "Too white" is so much better than actually having had him on board.

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Post by nipples » Tue Sep 09, 2003 7:33 pm

thank you to the roving shower vehicle which stopped outside my camp just as i was internally whining about having to bucket & store gray water in order to take a shower. my first ever naked in the street deal. i was just that dirty & tired. timing is everything & you are that, at least.

thank you Duck Man for AMBUSHING my ass with your incredible voice & accordian just as i sat down from a long day of driving & setting up camp. you are incredible. my newly bought larger memory card for the dig. cam. screwed up, and what i took of you at center camp cafe MAY be lost forever unless it can be retreived. happily, there was your sisters camera...

thank you to everyone whom designed & built The Man & Piramid(sp!) & niches & to the performers within the niches (sp!). it was the most beautific platform for anything that i have ever witnessed in my life. my spelling sucks. sorry about that. i know it is wrong but do not know how to do it right or i would.

thank you to the person whom put a small vial of ashes, minerals & wood on my fishmobile when it was parked near center camp. also the incense stick, & a pressed penny. i very much love anon. gifts.

thank you for just being yourselves to all i met at Gigsville when i came for a repair, esp. Jet Fuel.

thank you to all DPWorkers for building the city & still tearing it down.

thank you for keeping your pie-hole shut when you were not eating, open when i was.


love always,

nipples
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battery power

Post by Rusted Iron » Tue Sep 09, 2003 7:45 pm

Thanks to Dale, of the Giant Head fame, for rewiring the charging system to the Rat's art-lights which let us drive without a time-limit, at night.

Thanks to Michel for the very theraputic back rub when I was in pain.

Thanks to Micheal, Kendal, Anessa, for joining our camp ahead of time, and thanks to Christian, John, and Larry, for joining on the spot. You all made this year's BM so enjoyable.

Thanks to the Temple builders, and the city builders and the people who stay behind and clean up.

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Post by playa_buddha » Tue Sep 09, 2003 8:07 pm

Thanks to Keri, Tain and Ron for adopting me like I'd known ya'll all my life - and for the burritos and the sunscreen too!

Thanks to Sophia who helped me carry ice and who washed my dusty feet for me as I stood there stunned and grateful.

Thanks to Eric for the great rib brunch on Sunday

Thanks to the girl on Monday night who came up and out of the blue called me a beautiful human being and started making out with me - what a way to start BM03!

Thanks to Ace in Center Camp for just being so damned cool....

Thanks to the Amsterdam guys who ran the grey men furnace on the way out to the burn for the silver BM ring

Thanks to Mother Nature for pretty much great weather and for reminding us Sunday afternoon what a real windstorm is all about - and for the incredible sunset that night as the silver lining

and thanks to every one of you 30,000+ people for making this a great burn

I miss you all
What we do in life echoes in eternity - Maximus Aurelius

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Post by dj big E » Tue Sep 09, 2003 10:16 pm

thanks shouts whatever i want to thank all dpw bm org members larry,the man all the installation artists.thank to my good friend steve weir without him i would have never got turned on to this community .Thank to the spacecowboys,thank to big ron for letting me spin in the nitros dome wa waa waa waa lmao.thank to all the beutiful woman i met thank to hundreds more wow i feel like i won an award lmao dj big "E"

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