Fascinating!

Today’s Burning Man: Anarchy? Not so much — Burning man, with this article, is done.

But from chaos comes order. Now it’s Burning Man, a limited liability corporation. Tickets can cost more than $300, and reportedly cell and texting bandwidth is available for the first time. Participants must sign a “terms and conditions” contract that seems potentially harsh in this free-form, anarchistic expressionist environment: “NO USE OF IMAGES, FILM, OR VIDEO OBTAINED AT THE EVENT MAY BE MADE WITHOUT PRIOR WRITTEN PERMISSION FROM BURNING MAN, OTHER THAN PERSONAL USE.”


Looks like a cheap trailer park to me




  1. bdavis says:

    Nothing at all wrong with music, art and fun. But a celebration for the non-conformist? Not anymore. Go without a costume and find out that unlimited inclusion has a different meaning at Burning Man LLC.

    Save the money. Put on a decent outfit and be open enough to respect local custom, then spend that ticket price in Paris, or San Francisco. Same intensity, more reality (always much better later), and experience far fewer alkali coated old man testicles.

  2. simon of the playa says:

    Just another stupid hippy Talking Shit.

    SHUT THE FUCK UP AND DRINK THE GODDAMN KOOL-AID!


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