= we?Clar-i-ty wrote:Every year someone somewhere hates the theme.
Clar-i-ty wrote:Well isn't Burning Man itself a Rite of Passage?
Kinetic V wrote:I think that "The Floating World" theme was the best. And yeah, I've bitched about every theme since. But the themes have helped inspire some pretty amazing things out there and been sparks of inspiration to get the creative fires burning more than once.
In short...Larry needs to keep dreaming them up. It works. Don't fix it.
Ugly Dougly wrote:Clar-i-ty wrote:Well isn't Burning Man itself a Rite of Passage?
Death, birth, Marriage. Divorce, coming of age, starting a new chapter in your life, grieving, retirement... It requires a little bit of introspection. Most of us are going through rites of passage more profound than our first dust storm.
Clar-i-ty wrote:Well isn't Burning Man itself a Rite of Passage? Your first Burn, First Critical Tits, First time you cried at the Temple, First Playa Booger, First Naked Hug, First break down on the way there, First break down on the Playa, First Love, First Lust, First Gift, That moment when you do "Get It"
Plus BMORG is planning some Major changes which could also be considered a Rite of Passage.
http://www.clarisaclarity.com/2011/04/0 ... nonprofit/
oneeyeddick wrote:Except that the Daft Punk thing is a joke, the non-profit thing is not.
oneeyeddick wrote:You should have been here in whatever-year-it was that the streets were named after the planets.
You could have seen my Big Green Penis on Uranus.
But seriously, nothing has been as good as The Floating World IMO.
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