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Monday, August 18, 2008

Playa Bound


Sand gets in everything!


Remember when I said I'd show you an image very much like the one in Plazabound only from a modern day event? Well, here it is -- an image of a stark naked woman staked out on the desert floor while other people blithely bicycle past her. It is NOT a scene from a movie or a bit of performance art.

It's Dee Luvbight of LuvBight.com having a great time at the annual Burning Man festival. Burning Man is an annual festival held during the week prior to Labor Day in the Black Rock Desert about a hundred miles outside Reno, Nevada ("right next door" by Far West standards). And the rules really are different at Burning Man, as you can see, not "different" in that fakey, kitschy wan Florida advertises its differences.

We're not sure what the cyclists think of the naked woman with the rings in her pubes lying staked out on the salt flats with her legs spread wide, gagged and blindfolded. But we ARE sure that hubbie Mick Luvbight took the pictures and stood by ready to pull up stakes, so to speak, if Dee had gone all safeword-y on him.


Of course the cyclists could be a bit blase because they've seen such things before at Burning Man ...

6 comments:

kdnpr said...

"a hundred miles outside Reno, Nevada ("right next door" by Far West standards). And the rules really are different at Burning Man, as you can see, not "different" in that fakey, kitschy wan Florida advertises its differences."

Agreed. Driven Florida, US and have never witnessed anything like this.

A good thing though, considering the majority in Miami. Granny might find being staked out a little rough huh?

Pat Powers said...

Well, to illustrate, in the Tampa/St. Pete area they used to have hot dog stands featuring “hot dog girls” in skimpy thongs who would bend over the cart facing away from the traffic to attract customers. Well, that would never do for all the Flanderses down there, so they drove them out of business by enacting this law and that statute until they found one that worked. They SAY the rules are different in Florida -- but they’re not.

kdnpr said...

"used to have hot dog stands featuring “hot dog girls” in skimpy thongs who would bend over the cart facing away from the traffic to attract customers."

Believe it, or not? I sympathise. Miami & Tampa are the scariest places I've driven. Due to the majority of the locals. They have a term, "Blue Hair Scare" ;)

Granny & Gramps appear to have enough trouble concentrating on the road down there, without additional distractions...

This one time I'm with Flanderses, but only on this. ;)

kdnpr said...

"They SAY the rules are different in Florida -- but they’re not."

They should be. On the way to that big Sawgrass Outlet mall in Miami there's those other popular malls. (My wife loves them so I have to go). Near one, intersection with multi turn lanes and lights with no distractions (no thongs), a cop told me it has the highest accident rate in the whole United States. I bet St Petes can compete.

I'd make Gramps all hire some kids that just got their licences as drivers. Then they could keep the street thongs.

Mick Luvbight said...

The rules at Burning Man *are* different...these cyclists didn't stop when they saw a naked woman chained spread-eagled on the desert floor.

But when we were starting the scene, within 60 seconds of Dee laying down on the ground, three different people raced over from different directions making sure she was all right. You see, they were far more concerned with people fainting from the heat than from kinky photography.

--Mick

Pat Powers said...

The rules at Burning Man *are* different...these cyclists didn't stop when they saw a naked woman chained spread-eagled on the desert floor.

They had probably heard there was a good mime troupe performing somewhere nearby.

But when we were starting the scene, within 60 seconds of Dee laying down on the ground, three different people raced over from different directions making sure she was all right. You see, they were far more concerned with people fainting from the heat than from kinky photography.

Yeah, theyh have the weird idea that heat stroke is more dangerous than kinky photography. Fortunately, most places in the US don't have such strange values.