Rockefeller Rocked By Nose Bombs

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A new video from Tex Allen and Mark Day. These clowns took 5000 Noses to NBC’s Red Nose Day 2015 and gave them away for free over a 48 hour period.

Tex says: “in the name of oldskool cacophony, we managed to get escorted out of their Rockefeller Center Store AND the Today Show external set…but not before making sure their opening shots on TV were covered in Burner love :)”

Tex Allen says this type of love bombing is the duty of members of his #onejoy love cult:

Good morning America!

With great humility and honor and JOY!, may I present Project #LoveBomb NYC?

Wherein myself, Mark Day and Andy Devlin (with help via Stefanie Clouse) and the extended-family love and support of Judy Preston Hirsch and Steve Hirsch dropped 5000 WhyTheNose? Noses on New York City during NBC’s Red Nose Day…

This is also a #lovegift to the single source of my unending devotion, the #lovesource that I wake up to daily and the reason I’ve learned to open my heart to the magical NOW, Ms. Cat DuBois heart emoticon

PS: I strongly suggest that you put on some headphones and/or turn this up for maximum butt-shakin’ YEAH!

…it’s your duty as a #onejoy cult member

Where is the love? Right here, it seems.

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Why The Nose is going to be on the Playa in full strength this year, handing out clown noses to go with the Carnival theme. They really help when it’s Portapotty time!


Mike Judge on Burning Man, Tech Culture

This segment from CNN Money is worth the 3 minutes or so of your time.

Mike Judge created the satirical show Silicon Valley, as well as Beavis and Butthead and Idiocracy. He says that people in Silicon Valley don’t quite know how to enjoy themselves…hmmmm. He hadn’t been to Burning Man when he launched his new show. Billionaire Burner Elon Musk invited him, saying at the after party “it’s like the best party in LA times a thousand”:

"How Much is Elon Musk Like Iron Man?", asked Modern Luxury

“How Much is Elon Like Iron Man?” (Modern Luxury)

“I really feel like Mike Judge has never been to Burning Man, which is Silicon Valley. If you haven’t been, you just don’t get it. You could take the craziest L.A. party and multiply it by a thousand, and it doesn’t even get fucking close to what’s in Silicon Valley. The show didn’t have any of that.”

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Larry Harvey shared his opinion with Techcrunch:

“You can make a lot of money and do good with it. Elon Musk has made a lot of money.”

Later episodes in Silicon Valley’s first season showed a Burning Man poster in the coder house where the main characters live and work.

Anybody know if Mike Judge made it out to Burning Man in 2014?