Saturday, August 22, 2015

Evil Portent For #Burning Man 2015! Death & Bugs & Plagues & Pestilence! Inspiration For ISIS! Burning Man 2015 Is FUCKED!

Burning Man Bugs......


You may have seen the bug rumors on the internet. We are here to tell you that they are all true. Well maybe not all of the rumors, but the bugs are real. They’re everywhere. They bite. They crawl all over you. They get up and in you.

Twin Peaks, who’s leading the construction of the Center Café, was talking about how bad they are when she jumped a little and pulled her t-shirt away from her body. A good-sized green bug fell to the ground. It had crawled into her bra.

Metal Shop Heather wears a welding mask most of the day. Bugs have crawled up inside her visor and nestled around her eyes. Cammy and Stinger needed some help from the medical team to deal with the infestation; Stinger’s back was covered with nasty red welts from the bites.

What’s going on? We don’t know. We don’t know how the little critters survive in the heat and the sun. All we know is that if you pick up some wood, you’re likely to uncover hundreds or thousands of the things. They’ve blown up inches deep against the sides of the Commissary tent. They’ve covered the carpets at the Depot. They’re all over the Man Base. So it’s not a localized occurrence, it’s everywhere.

We don’t know where they came from, but there are two main theories: One is that all the spring and summer rain has hatched critters that lie dormant, or usually come to life at a different time of year. Or maybe they hitchhiked in on a load of wood from somewhere. Or maybe, as Shade postulated out at Man Base, there’s a Johnny Bugseed making the rounds at night, sprinkling them anywhere and everywhere. Burning Man Blog Read More>>>>>>


A longtime staff member died overnight while preparing for the the Burning Man festival in Nevada's Black Rock Desert, the festival announced on Thursday. Department of Public Works worker Scott 'Spoono' Stephenson died of natural causes while supporting construction for the festival's Black Rock City. Stephenson, who was in his late 50s, 'passed away overnight on the playa, in the city he loved most'. His death will have 'an enormous impact on the Burning Man community' festival organizers said in a statement on their blog. Burning Man CEO Marian Goodell said: ''Spoono has been a fixture of our DPW since 2005. Daily Mail Read More>>>>>>


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