The things you like most about burner culture

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montanaprometheus
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Postby montanaprometheus » Mon Feb 07, 2011 2:42 pm

MyDearFriend wrote:Thanks, Doc and Moonrise! I am on the sunny side of "over 50" and I find it very liberating :wink: in a fuck-em-if-they-can't-take-a-joke kinda way. Pretty heady stuff for a sweetly sympathetic little nurse, really, so apologies in advance if I overstep. Just smack me; I can take it.

Oh and Montanaprometheus, I wish you well with your writing, seriously, and hope you find a cool story in BRC. I came across this in the "douchebags and fucktards" thread and immediately thought of you :lol: in a good way! Here you go (emphasis mine):

LostinReno wrote:Overall, my best burn so far! However, the low points were:

Running into my douchebag sperm donor father that I haven't really spoken to in a few years at Silkscreen Camp. We live in the same city and NEVER run into each other. 51K people and I run into him at BRC! :shock:
We were cordial. lol!



The F'tards across the street that land grabbed 1/4 acre (of corner real estate) and never used it for anything all week. :evil:


Now we need to hear from somebody who came to BRC and ran into a kid s/he thought s/he'd ditched... :twisted:


So there is a BRC gene, is the way I read this. Is it sex linked? ;)
Nipples; what we used before the invention of Silly Putty.

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H.G.Crosby
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Postby H.G.Crosby » Mon Feb 07, 2011 3:12 pm

sparkly things.


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yum.
Once I noticed I was on fire, I decided to relax and enjoy the fall™

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The Hustler
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Postby The Hustler » Mon Mar 07, 2011 3:34 pm

silkkat813 wrote:MOOP sweeps. I really wish that was part of normal society. Especially when I see cigarettes on hiking trails.


And fucking bits of plastic EVERYWHWERE! Along the Gulf of Mexico (the other part of Texas I like) little bits of plastic, cigarette butts, broken glass. It's almost as filthy as San Antonio.

Yes, more cowbell and much more MOOP.

[edited for retardedness] Or ... uh ... MOOPing or something.
"I knew it was wrong, but I did it anyway."
Jesus fuckhole, what the fuck was that?
"Playa dust might be the cleanest, most corrosive filth you'll ever love," Savannah said.


Danger is funny

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Sic Pup
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Postby Sic Pup » Mon Mar 07, 2011 5:21 pm

Super Evil Brian wrote:
silkkat813 wrote:MOOP sweeps. I really wish that was part of normal society. Especially when I see cigarettes on hiking trails.


And fucking bits of plastic EVERYWHWERE! Along the Gulf of Mexico (the other part of Texas I like) little bits of plastic, cigarette butts, broken glass. It's almost as filthy as San Antonio.

Yes, more cowbell and much more MOOP.

[edited for retardedness] Or ... uh ... MOOPing or something.


I can think of no better use of SI

http://blogs.villagevoice.com/runninsca ... land_h.php

(well that and Fresh Kills, of course)
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moonrise
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Postby moonrise » Mon Mar 07, 2011 7:31 pm

Dr Jet Sinister wrote:
theCryptofishist wrote:
Dr Jet Sinister wrote:
theCryptofishist wrote:
Dr Jet Sinister wrote:
Super Evil Brian wrote:
Dr Jet Sinister wrote:
moonrise wrote:@Brian, you'd be surprised, you may very well meet plenty of eplayans!

Only if he finds out where all the cool kids camp.


What? Damnit. Someone told me the cool kids weren't going this year, they were heading to some event that was so cool and exclusive that the cool kids didn't even know about it.

Since the cool kids weren't going, they BMORG let me buy a ticket but I had to wait on line for 8 hours.

That's what you get for listening to those burners over at Camp Red Herring.

Camp Red Herring? Does that mean that the Kernel and ELWire have finally completed merger talks?

Curses! I've said too much!

Yeah, I pretty much understand that you have about 52 minutes to report to the gulag.

They'll never take me alive!


The cool kids will be camped at... (oh never mind) :lol:
I'm the MAN in a truck, burner who is stuck, you're in luck! I'll whip out my BIG tow chain and not charge you, not even one lousy buck!

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H.G.Crosby
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Postby H.G.Crosby » Tue Mar 08, 2011 7:20 am

camp Pickled Herring?
Once I noticed I was on fire, I decided to relax and enjoy the fall™

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The Hustler
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Postby The Hustler » Tue Mar 08, 2011 7:39 am

H.G.Crosby wrote:camp Pickled Herring?


Red Herring is a moot point.
"I knew it was wrong, but I did it anyway."
Jesus fuckhole, what the fuck was that?
"Playa dust might be the cleanest, most corrosive filth you'll ever love," Savannah said.


Danger is funny

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Postby Parasitoid » Tue Mar 08, 2011 8:10 am

I like the part where they get together in the desert once a year.

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Postby Simon of the Playa » Thu Mar 10, 2011 11:49 pm

there aren't too many nebraskans.
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