marck wrote:Your burn is not everyone's burn, don't expect your burn-view to be shared, don't expect the same acceptance from strangers
lemur wrote:put up a higher fence.
marck wrote:lemur wrote:put up a higher fence.
We did that after the walkthroughs continued but the Hive campers chose to tear it down and continued to walkthrough. We repaired it each time.
marck wrote:(BTW it was good meeting you at BBSue's canteena on my drunk night.)
marck wrote:That is a great idea Eric, I hadn't thought of using old broken tents like that before.
I'm putting that in my notebook.
(BTW it was good meeting you at BBSue's canteena on my drunk night.)
Eric wrote:marck wrote:(BTW it was good meeting you at BBSue's canteena on my drunk night.)
Drunk night??? As in one time?? You will have to explain this concept to me. I'll bring a bottle of Makers Mark for us to discuss it over...
curiousgnate wrote:i love that this thread has become a positive helpful thread after a rant. i could rant on the same thing as well, but well Eric has now solved the problem!
helpfull warning to irresponsible villages and theme camps on the esplanade from the start.
Packoderm wrote:I woke up to what I thought should have been an empty camp to find a few people I didn't know sitting in our couches.
Cheyenne wrote:helpfull warning to irresponsible villages and theme camps on the esplanade from the start.
I hope your not generalising about theme camps on espl. ??
marck wrote:Packoderm wrote:I woke up to what I thought should have been an empty camp to find a few people I didn't know sitting in our couches.
Your view and decision worked for you, that is good for you. My concern is that we are seeing a growing lack of respect or consideration twoards other camps. This is not neighborly or polite.
Our camp was right at the corner of A and 03:30. One group of indiviguals insisted that by not allowing them to ride their bicycles through our camp to get directly to theirs, I didn't have the BurningMan spirit. My reply was, "So this is your first burn?" The answer was "Yes!" My response was "Walk your bike out of my camp, back to the street and ride to your camp from there."
hookahdude wrote:Every city has rude dickheads(and great people), asshole cops(and good cops), shitty neighbors(and good neighbors), and just all around dipshits(and kind hearted individuals).
Packoderm wrote:But in reality, that's why we camp in the peripheries. There is a price to pay for the exciting neighborhood.
marck wrote:It is easy to stick your head in the ground and say "But it's better here than anywhere else." But by doing that you will find that soon BRC will be just like everywhere else.
We, as the people running theme camps and villages, have a responsibility to educated our people to make sure they understand what it means to be a good citizen of BRC and deal with the problem children we have in our camps.
hookahdude wrote:Pretty sure the intent of the post was to put it into perspective.
marck wrote:This city is only as good as we try to make it.
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