quadraspleen wrote:They have to be. Everybody is looking at us now.
Drawingablank wrote:quadraspleen wrote:They have to be. Everybody is looking at us now.
Of course it will be good, however not for that reason - the point for many of us is that we really don't care what everybody thinks.
cpart wrote:So since they fucked up the ticket situation WE have to make is awesome?
cpart wrote:I was being sarcastic.
Savannah wrote:It sounds freaky & wrong, so you need to do it.
But back to the OP's question, yeah it'll be the best burn ever…just like every year. I think some will feel a poke from whatever close call they felt because of scarcity, but I think it was already on trek to be the best burn ever because that's generally what happens. Each iteration of the event gets better, because the participants choose to make it better. Those who've been before learn from what worked and what didn't, artists and designers and builders push their skills to the limit, and the bar gets set a little bit higher. Those who haven't been hopefully benefit from the experience and information from yet another year's crop of burners to guide them (either directly or indirectly from things shared online). And all this will hopefully set the stage for an even better burn in 2013 (assuming of course the world doesn't end before then).
mgb327 wrote:yes, SOP was correct, industrial goggles, maybe even welding goggles.
Simon of the Playa wrote:i just got back from the future. it was FANTASTIC this year!
but two words of advice, people...
catinthefunnyhat wrote:mgb327 wrote:yes, SOP was correct, industrial goggles, maybe even welding goggles.
not leaving anything to chance
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