A quick Camp Blownstar update.
We lost Mark and my site has been ate up with the red google attack site barrier.
I don’t have the give a shit left at the end of my days to deal with it. So for all concerned, thanks. I assure you there is no malware here and I don’t know when google got in the security biz, but they suck at it. I say this for the last time, I’m a computer dope and I keep my virus software updated and have not had any major viruses or malfunctions in (knock on wood) three or four years now, never on this hard drive. I know there is shtuff that gets compromised, but if mine isn’t affected ever, it does make me discount the gripey bullshit I hear about my site. Who visits my site more than me? Can anyone explain why and how others get something that I don’t? As a computer dope, I sincerely want to know.
Blownstar is on though, rest your weary souls. And I’m about to release the secret footage. You know, Kerrcarto gave me his word he wouldn’t and he posted pics anyway, but they can’t compare to what I still have to show you.
We are low on money. We are a couple hundred bucks short to pay for the place and that includes no beer, no liquor and no food. I blame myself and the technological issues mostly, but still, even after I bucked up more cash, we are looking pretty short. The reason? We don’t have as many people as last year and we are staying an extra day (Thursday) to make it more worth it for the out of towners having to pay for cross country flights/roadtrips. But long story short, you should plan on kicking in more money for food & drink when you get to Blownstar this year. That, or recruit an eating, drinking & camping comrade to soak up the conversation and primo good times.
ALSO, I have already advanced the money for the place, so if you are planning on coming, please send funds soon. Only a couple of people have not paid. I will be sending maps after the 4th of July by email and will be mighty disgusted to have unpaid guests somehow find their way out there. For the record, please don’t plan on bringing or inviting any friends or family that aren’t wanting to come bad enough to pay a hundred bucks (That is what each of us is paying just to rent the place for three days). It is a beautiful, amazing ranch, very true, but at a very reasonable cost. Does this make sense, folks?
In short, I don’t want a crowd to deal with and I don’t need the extra overhead. You best keep your free-loading friends to yourself. Do not make me show my vast powers of hostility. I’m planning on drinking to irrational, so I won’t need a push.
Everyone that’s in, what kind of food are you craving? We have awesome cooking facilities. Suggestions? Ya’ll wanting to divide up and prepare a meal like we did last year? Shout it out in the comments.
And get ready to laugh. Blownstar is a mere 31 days away now. Awe, yeah, and you are not going to be disappointed, sweets. See you soon!