Tuesday, August 30, 2011

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People Freaked Out A Little Bit During Hurricane Irene And Made An Earthship



"A house is a shelter box that nuclear power plants and sewage systems come in and out of," Reynolds says of the the places most of us call home. "[The earthship] is a machine that does all that; it's an independent cellular vessel."
-some hippie asshole that ran this operation

This dude can shut up because blogging from a "shelter box" sounds infinitely cooler than blogging from home.

So Hurricane Irene ruffled a few people's feathers, I get it. I was affected too. Tripped over a few twigs, misjudged the deepness of some puddles, and my glasses were speckled with mist so things were slightly harder to see. I've been there people, but you don't see me destroying the concept of a "house" and creating some infrastructure I might accidentally create in The Sims.

::Rubs eyes and sees one, possibly two hot blondes on the bottom left of the picture::

Hold the phone. I'm pretty sure these hippies have me fooled here, because there appears to be a "show your mid-drift" party happening in shelter box tonight. Can't judge a book by it's cover no more.

PS. Pretty sure that's a cactus in the top left of the pic. Also pretty sure that no where with a cactus was remotely affected by Irene. Now 100% positive they were partying in there.

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  1. Anonymous said... August 31, 2011 at 1:47 PM

    this looks like some sort of elephant-themed museum exhibit.

  2. Dub Jeezy said... August 31, 2011 at 6:33 PM

    hahah, that's actually pretty spot on

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