That's a punchline to a pretty good, but pretty dirty joke. If you don't know it, let me know.
So what did we all think about the camping experience?
A couple of random observations.
First, it reminds us that listening to a drunken conversation is a lot funnier, and a lot more fun, when you are a drunken participant in it. I'm sure we have all had the experience of being the only sober person when everyone around us is drunk. (Haven't we?) It can be fun, but it can also be vaguely discomfiting, as we are embarrassed over the behavior of people we know to be, in the usual case, honorable and civilized. Interesting how being drunk makes one thinks certain utterances are howlingly funny, but when those utterances are received by unebriated ears, the only reaction is bafflement and embarassment.
Second -- there seems to be a schizophrenic reaction at the station. I had thought that the hosts who commented on it -- even Mike R -- were fairly positive about it. But I was listening to the Orphanage/Rant Saturday morning -- or was it the Newbery/McClaren show, I forget -- where there was a report that the participants were lukewarm on the thing.
In general, I liked it. I thought it was worthwhile, and pretty funny, and different, and it's interesting to hear the mix-and-match hosts coming in and out of the various programs. Kind of an informal Wife Swap. Even the drunken broadcasting was, a a minimum, something one doesn't hear often from any kind of public media. Mavericks Radi 1310 was a mild disappointment to me, because I was not watching the game at the time and the commentary itself did not state what was going on. So when the boys would start howling it was not possible for me to hook it up with what was happening on the court. In general, I thought it was a success.
I do have one question: Was it really the "Musers'" Woodfood Reserve Campout? Or is that just what the Musers called it? Woodford Reserve is associated with Corby. No big deal, just interesting the little ways the Musers and Hardline guys try to one-up each other. (BaD Radio never tries to one-up anyone.)
I can understand why they're doing the camping instead of the Compound where they trash some poor developer's house that he can't sell. It's hard for a radio station to destroy an entire forest over two days.