Chai Guy wrote:Also, I read that there were tickets given out for sex in public, what constitutes "public" at Burning Man, I mean if me and my girlfriend want to have sex at Xara's is that public?
Angry Butterfly wrote:As for smoking, I am highly allergic, so it is best to ALWAYS ask, I would be cool with it if it didn't make me really sick.
karmic marshmellow wrote:Would the LEO's write a ticket if you left your tent screen open?[/color]
clandyone wrote:In 2001, we brought a small yellow plastic chair as supplementary dome seating. It really is a very small chair -- I think it was originally kiddie furniture.
Anyway, somehow the chair migrated out of our dome and came to rest midway between the dome and the street.
On about Thursday, some of our peeps came back from a foray into the wide world and discovered a raunchy hippie couple going at it in the chair. It was mid-afternoon at that point -- broad daylight -- and it wasn't just screwing, it was raunchy hippie quasi-Tantric screwing. Kinda weird, considering how very un-screwing-compatible the chair was. I am sure there were many thousands of other places in the immediate vicinity that would have been more comfortable and more hospitable -- my campors crowded around and went "EWWWWWWW!" and "What the HELL do you think you're doing?!" and "We'll never be able to use that chair again! Yecch! Hey, anybody know where the Lysol is?" and so on.
The couple continued, completely oblivious, and eventually wandered off. The chair was duly sanitized, and it has come to the playa every year since, but nobody will sit on it. It holds a place of dubious honor.
smileytoes wrote: btw, no need to deprecate your opinion. i invited honest opinion and i'm glad i'm getting it. itness factor not being tallied.
Juju wrote:One of my campmates and I are entertaining the idea of a "bed & breakfast" sort of camp for next year with a few inflatable mattresses, BYOsheet-style, and some romantic ambience. Not so much a brothel as mebbe a no-tell-motel.
I think that'd be keen.
Papa Bear wrote:Also, don't assume that what's OK in one part of a camp is OK in another.
great idea! i was thinking more along the hourly motel vein but got stuck on what to do about linens. don't think i can count on hourly users to carry sheets around with them. still musing.
what i particularly like about your idea is the bed and breakfast aspect. it's welcoming and inclusive. not only are we going to provide a cool space for you to chill but we want to meet you too.
ummm. what does the inside of your dome look like?
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