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#1578923 09/03/08 02:44 AM
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No real reason for my thread title other than I feel good right now after spending a week letting loose at Burning Man.

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thread title comes from a song by De-Phazz. See it here on Youtube. Ladies, would you like to dance?

As for sitch? Feh. W out for 3 weeks with OM, her "muse". Blech.

Me, I realize it's time to start forcing myself out again. Not for love, for life.

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Hey Mr. Lodo. Nice to see you.

I'll have a strawberry daquiri, if you will......

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Hey lwb,

a strawberry daquiri it is, but you'll have to take a spin with me around the dance floor ...


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Even better!!! \:\)

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Burning man!! I heard about that from a friend the other day. Was it fun? I will have a cosmo please


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Here's your cosmo.

It was only fun if you like mildly out-of-control mayhem in the wilderness with scantily clad/naked people of all stripes and colors. Imagine a city of 40,000 where you don't pay for anything but ice. With the audaciousness of Vegas. That's Burning Man.

Everyone kept saying it was more a festival this year, though, than an experiment in community. I can see that, but I can't comment on it since this was my first time. But I'm a virgin no longer!


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Did you stop in the towns of Gerlach or Empire when you were there? I wonder if those towns thrive during the festival because when we stopped by there was hardly anyone around.

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Gerlach had roadside booths of clothing and glowsticks. Empire had the same, but it also has storage units where a lot of people keep their stuff, including my group.

Also thriving was the reservation - many frybread stands! I stopped for a taco on my way out.


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Good Morning!!!
Lets have a glass of wine sometime...
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Originally Posted By: lodo
I can see that, but I can't comment on it since this was my first time. But I'm a virgin no longer!
OMG, did you use the condoms you took along with you? ;\)


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Riding the trail less traveled.
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