karine wrote:Okay .. so is "Try Me" a sock for "Teo del Fuego" ???
> And how can you complain about noise ? You came to burning man for peace and quiet ??? MOVE SOMEWHERE ELSE! What about outward on the ring? THINK about where you were camped! It's a big frickin' playa.
...you won't get much "Burning Man is too noisy" pity.
Karine, I think you're a bit on the harsh side, but maybe I think that because Im from the South and Im used to a slightly different culture. You're entitled to your opinion.
BAS wrote:I think that if David Best is going to use a compressor and air horn as a method of revenge against loud noise, he has to expect that someone might take revenge against HIS loud noise. I think I like Try Me's revenge better.
erri2000 wrote:I agree 100% with Dana.
I would also like to add that try_me is a GOD, and should have fruit put at his/her feet.
(Daydream sequence Burning Man 2008)
In the distance a small murmur can be heard gaining momentum at Death Camp.
"Thunderdome. Thunderdome. Thunderdome!"
It grows to a roar as try_me and best enter the cage. The music starts and then ...
(You Continue Daydream sequence Burning Man 2008)
LeChatNoir wrote:... Hey wait a minute... why isn't it working?"
karine wrote:but trying to go on-line now and get sympathy and attention over that situation seems pretty pointless.
If you feel like someone (who will be moving on in a matter of minutes) is blaring an airhorn in the daylight AT BURNING MAN & that is worthy of some pity.... umh.. I just don't see it.
Tiahaar wrote:Just as extra info, that darn horn was a full-on locomotive unit ...
barnz wrote:Oh it was THAT one?
Dork wrote:If your goal is to wake people up without pissing them off too much, my neighbors at BRC Animal Control found the secret. Playing "Morning Train" by Sheena Easton at high volume. No earplugs can block that out completely.
Barbie wrote:Hey- I remenber getting under the desks and I'm 1964 vintage...
Dustdevil wrote:I would love to bring it back to the desert next year if BM wants it.
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