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I want a way to make Exodus more fun this year as last year was an 8 hour nightmare that I was not really prepared for. Let's say it was certainly not a great cap to the otherwise amazing burn.
I was thinking of ways for my shy self to interact with fellow burners in line and brighten everyone's day a little. I want to create a questionnaire to give out, one that would have awesome, weird and hilarious questions that would make people laugh, contemplate, cry...whatever. I want to send the info over to the BMOrg for them to use as well.
I'm not super creative though but I know you on eplaya are!! Would you be able to help me with this????
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Sounds like you are inspired already; that's half the battle.
The Alps fill the mind with an agreeable kind of horror.
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Yes, Exodus is a pain. But why does one's attitude have to change once you get in line to leave. I think one way to make Exodus more enjoyable, if that's even possible, is to keep a great big smile on your face, and act just as you did when you sat in line at arrival. Happy.
"aw shucks.." - Eric
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