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2012-06-17 05:51:57 PM
OH SH*T!
 
2012-06-17 06:02:07 PM
Cue the Giorgio Tsoukalos meme in 4....3....2....1....
 
2012-06-17 06:05:40 PM
This is what steaks are for.

You feed some big fat guy a steak and he'll sit in the tent eating it, preventing the tent from being lifted away by a gust of wind.
 
2012-06-17 06:11:58 PM
Snow devil....Link
 
2012-06-17 06:21:16 PM
Yeah, HA HA Very funny motherf*cker! Now where is your ass gonna sleep tonight!

heh... that is pretty awesome.
 
2012-06-17 06:46:10 PM

Because People in power are Stupid: This is what steaks are for.

You feed some big fat guy a steak and he'll sit in the tent eating it, preventing the tent from being lifted away by a gust of wind.


Ah, so the pokey-things that come with my tent are for measuring the rareness of the steak before serving it to the fat guy. Got it, thanks!
 
2012-06-17 06:51:59 PM

Because People in power are Stupid: This is what steaks are for.

You feed some big fat guy a steak and he'll sit in the tent eating it, preventing the tent from being lifted away by a gust of wind.


Oh, man. I was so ready to jump all over you after reading the first sentence. Then I kept reading.

*shakes fist*
 
2012-06-17 07:08:45 PM
One of the first rules of tent camping is to "stake it the fark down", dumbshiat.
 
2012-06-17 07:29:48 PM
If I had a nickel every time I saw this sort of thing happen at an SCA event, especially one with a "loud area," my next gate fee would be covered.

Stake your friggin' lawn pimples, people.
 
2012-06-17 07:36:59 PM

FormlessOne: If I had a nickel every time I saw this sort of thing happen at an SCA event, especially one with a "loud area," my next gate fee would be covered.

Stake your friggin' lawn pimples, people.


Really? Maybe it's be your area. I never saw this once in nearly a decade of it, including five Pennsics and Argent Anniversary.

Of course, in the East Kingdom we've long observed the wisdom of feeding a fat guy a steak in each tent, so maybe that explains the difference. "A stout and hungry fighter hail, and ne'er your dome shall thence take sail," we always say.
 
2012-06-17 07:38:08 PM

Sylvia_Bandersnatch: Maybe it's be your area.


O, I'm in good form today, aren't I? Sheesh.
 
2012-06-17 07:59:58 PM
Someone screengrab an "I believe" poster for me. I can't be bothered.

/le tired
 
2012-06-17 08:33:54 PM

AlwaysRightBoy: One of the first rules of tent camping is to "stake it the fark down", dumbshiat.


And the 2nd rule is bring the farking rain tarp with you even if it doesn't look like rain. Sleeping in a rain-soaked tent and then hiking 10 miles to retrieve the rain-tarp from your car before you hike another 10 miles into the wilderness is kind of avoidable if you had just farking taken the rain tarp with you in the first place. What does it weigh? About 10 ounces? Good times....
 
2012-06-17 08:44:09 PM

Sylvia_Bandersnatch: Sylvia_Bandersnatch: Maybe it's be your area.

O, I'm in good form today, aren't I? Sheesh.


I think you may have also meant hale, not hail, unless it's a meme or a joke that flew over my head like some sort of nylon tumbleweed..
 
2012-06-17 08:48:14 PM
HA HA HA..... OEW shiat.... HA HA HA..... OEW shiat.... HA HA HA..... OEW shiat.... HA HA HA..... OEW shiat.... HA HA HA..... OEW shiat.... HA HA HA..... OEW shiat....
 
2012-06-17 08:52:55 PM
I love how the dude is cracking up laughing; I would be too. "Hey look somebody's tent's flying through the air because they didn't stake it down!"
 
2012-06-17 09:32:38 PM

wellreadneck: Sylvia_Bandersnatch: Sylvia_Bandersnatch: Maybe it's be your area.

O, I'm in good form today, aren't I? Sheesh.

I think you may have also meant hale, not hail, unless it's a meme or a joke that flew over my head like some sort of nylon tumbleweed..


Dammit. Yes, I meant the verb, but not that one. Urgh.
 
2012-06-17 09:46:58 PM

Ed Finnerty: Because People in power are Stupid: This is what steaks are for.

You feed some big fat guy a steak and he'll sit in the tent eating it, preventing the tent from being lifted away by a gust of wind.

Oh, man. I was so ready to jump all over you after reading the first sentence. Then I kept reading.

*shakes fist*


ditto that.
 
2012-06-17 10:01:18 PM

AlwaysRightBoy: One of the first rules of tent camping is to "stake it the fark down", dumbshiat.


And get a geodesic tent.

StrangeQ: I love how the dude is cracking up laughing; I would be too. "Hey look somebody's tent's flying through the air because they didn't stake it down!"


Wasn't that his mate running after it?
 
2012-06-17 10:03:45 PM

Sylvia_Bandersnatch: FormlessOne: If I had a nickel every time I saw this sort of thing happen at an SCA event, especially one with a "loud area," my next gate fee would be covered.

Stake your friggin' lawn pimples, people.

Really? Maybe it's be your area. I never saw this once in nearly a decade of it, including five Pennsics and Argent Anniversary.

Of course, in the East Kingdom we've long observed the wisdom of feeding a fat guy a steak in each tent, so maybe that explains the difference. "A stout and hungry fighter hail, and ne'er your dome shall thence take sail," we always say.


NEEERRRRDS.jpg

/actually, wifey was a heavy weapons fighter. Gotta love a girl who can handle a broadsword
//giggity
 
2012-06-17 10:25:48 PM

snuff3r: Someone screengrab an "I believe" poster for me. I can't be bothered.

/le tired


i49.tinypic.com
 
2012-06-17 10:49:07 PM
What do you call a dust devil when there is no dust to tell you where it is?

Was this thing a "tent devil"?
 
2012-06-17 11:03:13 PM
awww shiat bra
hahhahha awww shiat bra-ski
 
2012-06-17 11:12:03 PM
Stakes? Throw that bag you brought along that's full of things like clothing, toiletries, etc into tent and tent no longer needs stakes.
 
2012-06-17 11:13:32 PM
Worst dust devil I ever saw was behind Sam's Town here in Las Vegas. It picked up about a dozen or more adult newspaper racks that were chained together and set into concrete blocks (to stop them from being stolen or knocked over) and started whipping those newspaper racks around like a knotted rope.

Cars that were parked on the street were demolished. Brick walls were knocked over. A lot of people ran away screaming. It was like something out of Marvel Comics.

And then it was gone.
 
2012-06-17 11:39:11 PM

Sylvia_Bandersnatch: FormlessOne: If I had a nickel every time I saw this sort of thing happen at an SCA event, especially one with a "loud area," my next gate fee would be covered.

Stake your friggin' lawn pimples, people.

Really? Maybe it's be your area. I never saw this once in nearly a decade of it, including five Pennsics and Argent Anniversary.

Of course, in the East Kingdom we've long observed the wisdom of feeding a fat guy a steak in each tent, so maybe that explains the difference. "A stout and hungry fighter hail, and ne'er your dome shall thence take sail," we always say.


Oh, THAT'S why they call us 'heavy' fighters. Gotcha!
 
2012-06-17 11:44:08 PM
That didn't sound like Yakety Sax at all. It sounded like a guy cackling and saying "oh shi" a lot
 
2012-06-17 11:49:00 PM

stiletto_the_wise: HA HA HA..... OEW shiat.... HA HA HA..... OEW shiat.... HA HA HA..... OEW shiat.... HA HA HA..... OEW shiat.... HA HA HA..... OEW shiat.... HA HA HA..... OEW shiat....


/Ya, that made me wanna get all stabby. Just saying.
 
2012-06-17 11:51:36 PM
What the videographer might look like:
portable.tv
 
2012-06-17 11:55:42 PM

Sylvia_Bandersnatch: FormlessOne: If I had a nickel every time I saw this sort of thing happen at an SCA event, especially one with a "loud area," my next gate fee would be covered.

Stake your friggin' lawn pimples, people.

Really? Maybe it's be your area. I never saw this once in nearly a decade of it, including five Pennsics and Argent Anniversary.

Of course, in the East Kingdom we've long observed the wisdom of feeding a fat guy a steak in each tent, so maybe that explains the difference. "A stout and hungry fighter hail, and ne'er your dome shall thence take sail," we always say.


I used to live in the East Kingdom, in the Barony Beyond The Mountain, and I'm now in An Tir, in the Shire of Wyewood. Saw it reasonably often in the East Kingdom - actually, at one event, we had so many tents go a-rolling away that we ended up with a "yurt with eyes" (read "a VW covered in staked tarps") and roughly a dozen people crammed into my large canvas tent. Made for a cozy evening.

See it here occasionally, too. Lawn pimples rolling like tumbleweeds. It's fun to chase 'em down for other gentles.
 
2012-06-17 11:58:03 PM

weapon13: AlwaysRightBoy: One of the first rules of tent camping is to "stake it the fark down", dumbshiat.

And get a geodesic tent.

StrangeQ: I love how the dude is cracking up laughing; I would be too. "Hey look somebody's tent's flying through the air because they didn't stake it down!"

Wasn't that his mate running after it?


NTTAWWT.
 
2012-06-18 12:11:26 AM

FormlessOne: Sylvia_Bandersnatch: FormlessOne: If I had a nickel every time I saw this sort of thing happen at an SCA event, especially one with a "loud area," my next gate fee would be covered.

Stake your friggin' lawn pimples, people.

Really? Maybe it's be your area. I never saw this once in nearly a decade of it, including five Pennsics and Argent Anniversary.

Of course, in the East Kingdom we've long observed the wisdom of feeding a fat guy a steak in each tent, so maybe that explains the difference. "A stout and hungry fighter hail, and ne'er your dome shall thence take sail," we always say.

I used to live in the East Kingdom, in the Barony Beyond The Mountain, and I'm now in An Tir, in the Shire of Wyewood. Saw it reasonably often in the East Kingdom - actually, at one event, we had so many tents go a-rolling away that we ended up with a "yurt with eyes" (read "a VW covered in staked tarps") and roughly a dozen people crammed into my large canvas tent. Made for a cozy evening.

See it here occasionally, too. Lawn pimples rolling like tumbleweeds. It's fun to chase 'em down for other gentles.


Twas once my role at PENNSIC.

/You! Drunken fat man! Hold down the tent! An Ill wind blows!

/Did my job well.
 
2012-06-18 12:31:53 AM
Your tent wants stake
 
2012-06-18 12:38:26 AM

JPINFV: Stakes? Throw that bag you brought along that's full of things like clothing, toiletries, etc into tent and tent no longer needs stakes.


Or at least you'll be more highly motivated when you're chasing it.
 
2012-06-18 01:09:53 AM
Burning Man.

That is all.
 
2012-06-18 02:21:46 AM

studebaker hoch: Burning Man.

That is all.


There's an ointment for that.
 
2012-06-18 02:44:30 AM
Saw a crap ton of busted popup sunshades at Coachella this year. Heavy winds, even a little rain. After the first night there were twisted frames all over the place, half-collapsed tents, etc. People need to learn that setting up your tent in the dark when drunk/baked/ trippin balls is a terrible idea.
 
2012-06-18 07:53:42 AM

Oafmeel: Sylvia_Bandersnatch: FormlessOne: If I had a nickel every time I saw this sort of thing happen at an SCA event, especially one with a "loud area," my next gate fee would be covered.

Stake your friggin' lawn pimples, people.

Really? Maybe it's be your area. I never saw this once in nearly a decade of it, including five Pennsics and Argent Anniversary.

Of course, in the East Kingdom we've long observed the wisdom of feeding a fat guy a steak in each tent, so maybe that explains the difference. "A stout and hungry fighter hail, and ne'er your dome shall thence take sail," we always say.

NEEERRRRDS.jpg

/actually, wifey was a heavy weapons fighter. Gotta love a girl who can handle a broadsword
//giggity


I dated a fighter, too. She broke her arm in a practice. Then drove herself to the hospital. In a standard.

(I was impressed -- but not at all pleased -- to learn all of that later.)
 
2012-06-18 08:06:22 AM

Coelacanth: Worst dust devil I ever saw was behind Sam's Town here in Las Vegas. It picked up about a dozen or more adult newspaper racks that were chained together and set into concrete blocks (to stop them from being stolen or knocked over) and started whipping those newspaper racks around like a knotted rope.

Cars that were parked on the street were demolished. Brick walls were knocked over. A lot of people ran away screaming. It was like something out of Marvel Comics.

And then it was gone.


Your comment led me to wonder if there is a strict discrimination between 'dust devil' and 'tornado,' so I looked it up. There is not a precise bright light as such, though a 'tornado' is generally regarded as being much larger and stronger, and part of a larger rotating system (mesocyclone), whereas dust devils may form spontaneously and independently at ground level. Nevertheless, a few dust devils have achieved the equivalent power of very small tornadoes (around EF0), and they can and do kill people occasionally.
 
2012-06-18 09:40:38 AM

Sylvia_Bandersnatch: Your comment led me to wonder if there is a strict discrimination between 'dust devil' and 'tornado,' so I looked it up. There is not a precise bright light as such, though a 'tornado' is generally regarded as being much larger and stronger, and part of a larger rotating system (mesocyclone), whereas dust devils may form spontaneously and independently at ground level. Nevertheless, a few dust devils have achieved the equivalent power of very small tornadoes (around EF0), and they can and do kill people occasionally.


Here's what some dust devils did here a few months ago PDF
 
2012-06-18 09:54:44 AM
I'm pretty sure that that video is from Bonnaroo a few years ago.
 
2012-06-18 10:55:22 AM
Poop keeps the tent wher it is.
 
2012-06-18 12:35:14 PM
I bet the kid in that tent had a blast.

/ Weeeeeeee!!!
 
2012-06-18 02:10:21 PM
That was much more amusing than it should have been.
 
2012-06-18 02:19:25 PM

Sylvia_Bandersnatch: Coelacanth: Worst dust devil I ever saw was behind Sam's Town here in Las Vegas. It picked up about a dozen or more adult newspaper racks that were chained together and set into concrete blocks (to stop them from being stolen or knocked over) and started whipping those newspaper racks around like a knotted rope.

Cars that were parked on the street were demolished. Brick walls were knocked over. A lot of people ran away screaming. It was like something out of Marvel Comics.

And then it was gone.

Your comment led me to wonder if there is a strict discrimination between 'dust devil' and 'tornado,' so I looked it up. There is not a precise bright light as such, though a 'tornado' is generally regarded as being much larger and stronger, and part of a larger rotating system (mesocyclone), whereas dust devils may form spontaneously and independently at ground level. Nevertheless, a few dust devils have achieved the equivalent power of very small tornadoes (around EF0), and they can and do kill people occasionally.



A few weeks ago I was driving my motorcycle from Sacramento to San Francisco, as I was going through a place called Davis there were a lot of dust devils kicking up. They were, by far, the worst wind I have ever ridden in. It was amazingly strong, they almost took me off the seat of the bike and basically pinned me back on the rear fender and held me there. I had to pull over and sit on the side of the road while the played themselves out... also the amount of dirt and dust that came up in the faceshield was pretty astounding.

Dust devils are nothing to fark with.
 
2012-06-18 06:38:55 PM

cannotsuggestaname: Dust devils are nothing to fark with.


The Paiute Indians here claim those things steal souls.
 
2012-06-18 11:04:31 PM

I. R. Rottweiler: I bet the kid in that tent had a blast.

/ Weeeeeeee!!!


There was no kid in the tent, he was hiding in a box inside the house.
 
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