sftex wrote:...Every distribution point will have noses in 55 gallon (or smaller) plastic, heavy barrels, the tops of which will be covered by a sheet of latex that's been sealed around the top edge with a slit in the middle so people can reach in and grab a nose. Unless someone grabs too many at once, the Noses WON'T fly away at random, they are essentially sealed in place...
And like that you're thinking. I guess the various "trolls" expressing their concerns about the moop potential did finally succeed in getting through. You might want to make sure these distribution barrels are clearly marked "NOT a trash can"
, or it could get a nasty mess, and wreck a lot of noses.
Maybe include a spray stencil of some sort alternating between a clown face and a clown nose, to help indicate that this barrel has a purpose that is not for trash?
Does this mean that each nose will be lose inside that barrel?
As in, you're no longer planning to package a nose with your "contact me" card into a little plastic bag?
sftex wrote:... I don't think to many people will fuck this up, but hey...you never know, it IS Burning Man and mistakes DO happen...
Surely no one at BM would ever get drunk enough to start throwing handfuls around, or tip a barrel over and empty it out.
sftex wrote:...If some Noses get loose, they get loose, but it won't be from ME or any supporters lack of making an effort to prevent that...
No. It's always someone else's fault. Like the consequences of a pillow fight: he who brought and made available
the down pillows is creating a "foreseeable consequence"
. Like the seed bombs
and the floating candle lanterns
sftex wrote:...Last, I WILL have myself and others patrol the trash fence at least once a day in sections, to make a concerted effort to remove any "strays"...
Good start. Grabbing any Little Red Plastic Tumble-Weeds
before they get out on the free-range playa, or past that and into the Black Rock Desert, would be a good thing.
Apart from plant matter, feathers and the like, most moop doesn't have travel-out-into-the-desert potential like the roll-in-the-wind potential of your Little Red Plastic Tumble-Weeds
weather man wrote:Seriously.... I put one of these on the other day here in N. Nevada with a typical 25-30 mph afternoon wind ablowin'. It lasted about 5 seconds...As light as they are, once airborne, theys travel at pretty much the speed of the air around them...
But, if it's caught at the trash fence, it's not a problem. It's the ones that get past that fence.
How far can they go? (hoping any get clogged down with playa dust, long before they reach the fence)
Off the playa and out into the Black Rock Desert?
What harm could 500, or 5,000, Little Red Plastic Tumble-Weeds
do to fauna or flora?
What can/will you do to retrieve them if they get loose past the fence onto the playa? Out into the Black Rock Desert?
sftex wrote:... Send me a PM with your phone number and I'll call you directly and we can discuss this as adults. That's right, you can CALL ME or I'll call YOU...
Not a chance. Keep the discussion on moop, which you've repeatedly trivialized, or ignored questions or concerns, (which you do have the right to do - however wise or unwise that may be) in the open, where all concerned can participate.
But, most importantly (to me anyway), glad to see you're finally responding, and showing you're at least thinking, about the moop potential.
Video games are giving kids unrealistic expectations on how many swords they can carry.
... but don't harm the red dragon that frequents the area from time to time. He and I have an agreement.