Timezone LaFontaine wrote:You should, and I think will, feel welcome when you arrive. And please don't think that the ePlaya represents the whole of the citizenry of Black Rock City.
randomgirl7 wrote:I think most of us just fear that if there aren't too many veterans there that the spirit might be lost and the virgins won't even get to experience all the amazing things that can be created.
Brianna_Beauty413 wrote:I was one of the fortunate ones...I got selected to go to BM. Two tickets - one for my husband and one for myself. But the more I read the forums the more I think about just selling mine back to the STEP program. It seems everyone has lost the BM spirit. Camps are getting split up, some of them are backing out. I've heard more than a couple people say that last year really was the "last year" for Burning Man....but wait.... Why is everybody letting the 'big wigs' of the organization ruin the experience for everyone? There is still hope. Give the STEP program and second sale a chance. Burning Man is about THE PEOPLE and the people will find a way to prevail.
Brianna_Beauty413 wrote:I think I just needed a reminder that eplaya is not the same as the real playa.
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