No you wouldn't. You'd keep going even if the event was jointly sponsored by Chevron and Halliburton.
WillSmallPenisRoger wrote:Larry and BMORG will walk all over people like you as much as they want, and you will always let them.
But I DO know exactly what you would or would not do. Your psychological profile is just like that of most Burning Man attendees: a follower looking for a place where he or she belongs. Sorry for the hard home truths, buddy, but I'm telling you this for your own good.
Jane Eric wrote:Why is that when a troll comes along sometimes it is just impossible to put the stick down without poking it to see if something disgusting comes out of it?
actiongrl wrote:In my next life, I want to come back as someone who has time to spend half-cocked'ly deriding that which I do not actually understand, by casting uninformed and partially-baked aspersions into crowds of its supporters who could care less what I think. Just to see what it feels like.
Rob the Wop wrote:There is no doubt in my mind that WillSmallPenisRoger and DE FACTO are one and the same. Except Will actually contributes more.
WillSmallPenisRoger wrote:WillSmallPenisRoger wrote:...is because Larry and BMORG want to make all the money themselves. If vendors were selling coffee and snacks, that would cut into the profits BMORG makes from the center cafe. If vendors were selling Burning Man t-shirts and baseball caps, that would cut into the profits BMORG makes from merchandise. If you can't see this, you are extremely naive.
If you have a captive market, why open it to competition?