forty_eight wrote:Eric, is it better to idle or turn your engine off while waiting for entry at the gate? Is it the same for Exodus?
Entry: idle. Exodus: turn off your engine and fool around with the copilot.
Thecatman wrote:do think there is a home plate umpire, in any league, major or minor, who wears glasses?
Blue_Bike wrote:What is the definition of a "Hippie" anyway.
Dirty, stinky, lazy, grubbing, begging blot on the soul of any event (or street) where they think they can get hand-outs and people to take care of them. They don't believe in money (for themselves), but believe that people should "share" with them (things that the other person bought with the money they don't believe in). They talk in pretentious bullshit speak, with lots of flowery words about world peace and the coming enlightenment of man, all while reaching for your food with their dirty fingernails. At Burning Man they can be found in camps that talk about curing cancer through better alignment of your chakras, and, always, in Center Camp. At all hours. On every surface except the counter.
Please note: the term has degenerated to this through the "establishment" view of what the hippie movement was in the 60s, but it is what the term means now.
Ratty wrote:Erik, Why oh why is it that right before Burning Man my boss always starts a project that involves me?
It's a test to see if you pay attention to detail. Like the spelling of my name.