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Discussion in 'Chit-Chat' started by mickey_rubicon, Aug 28, 2006.
how do I get to burning man???
from your place?
get onto 101 -- head north.
when you get to the city with the tall buildings, veer right onto I-80.
take that east to Reno.
once you reach Reno, turn left and keep driving until you see naked people.
I knew I could count on you Doug!
Do you think they will have stickers for me out there?
yeah...plenty of stickers. you'll need to have something to trade though...you know how it is out there...
what do you have to trade?
definately not wisdom.................
I guess this serves as the advance warning to stay away from Burning Man
You can't get there from here.
well of course not...you can't get anywhere from there...
I just needed to know how to get there from Eye 80
WTF dude...you didn't see what I wrote? Go to Reno and turn left. What? You need something more specific? I thought all you gypsies could smell an event like Burning Man from well over 100 miles away...
What's the matter? You spending too much time in the city?
Seriously Miklos...have you thought about checking www.burningman.com?
the irony of this statement is just beautiful
Just follow the hippies, my child. Saw at least twenty of them while I was driving down to PDX this weekend.
Don't forget a couple dozen jugs of Gallo.
Gallo? no...I think Miklos is a Carlo Rossi man...
Just follow your neighbor....
I'm guessing Miklos is a Slivovitz man, actually.
No, no. Get on 101 south, to the Ventura freeway, then on i-10 east, then i-15 north, to i-40 east at Barstow, to Albuquerque where you go north on i-25 about an hour to Santa Fe.
Zozobra of Santa Fe, known by many as Old Man Gloom, died just after 9 p.m. Thursday of burn injuries after he was torched at the stake at Fort Marcy Park. He was 81.
The deceased was known to everyone in Santa Fe but had few friends. Many of his relatives have been burned at Fort Marcy Park before him to mark the beginning of Fiesta de Santa Fe. One member of the Zozobra family, created by artist Will Shuster in 1924, is burned each year in September. Although 25,000 to 30,000 people attended Old Man Gloom’s death, no one is expected to attend his funeral.
Zozobra, a 50-foot marionette, was burned after the Kiwanis Club of Santa Fe conducted a witch hunt and determined he was responsible for the sorrow of Santa Fe’s people. Dan Clavio, a Kiwanis member, read the death warrant. They were the last words spoken for Old Man Gloom.
“Zozobra, for being a hideous 50-foot bogeyman, a toothless, empty-headed facade with no guts, no legs, but lots of noise and growling,” he said. “Zozobra, for scaring the children of Santa Fe and making dogs howl at the moon.”
good god man
damn right - slivovitz is the nectar of all eastern european gods - got the directions - good to go - I have a doctorate in journalism - good god man!
Ffug my boy - you thought correctedly - I do act before I act - instead of the old "think before you act" system - the beauty of the "act before you act" system is that I get more action than your average person that just "thinks before he acts"