Bay Bridge Sue wrote:If you are an OWNER of the business you are entitled to knowledge of the financial dealings of that company. If you are a ticket purchasing attendee (or un-attendee) of the event put on by the owners, aka Customer[ (or Participant, if that title makes you feel better, but you're still their customer), or an employee of the owners or their company, you do not. That simple. You buy a ticket for ONLY one purpose - to be allowed to attend BRC under the rules they set for their customers. Nothing else. Period. bb
Proof? Why? Why the hell should anyone really feel the need or give a fuck about books, income, purchases, etc. Honestly, it's no one's fucking business. The LLC provides a service, we the consumer make the choice to purchase a ticket (or not). ...
Again, fuck appeasement. If someone's whinging about profit (excess or otherwise) then let them show their displeasure by electing to not go to the event. It really is that simple.
To be honest, it has crossed my mind that having Burning Man pay the salaries of Larry Harvey et al. is probably the greatest caco prank of all time.
All I know is the rhetoric used to justify its existence collapsed in on itself as soon as Larry started publishing his fireside chats.
Just as ya'll are free to ignore the explicit commercialism of an event which maintains it has none
Isotopia wrote:Three men enter....
Just out of my purient interest, does anyone know what Danger Ranger's beef with Harvey (i.e. demand for arbitration) was all about?
Bob wrote:Excuse me, but aside from having a vote in the fucking boardroom, does Danger actually DO ANYTHING more than your average ticketholder?
Or Larry for that matter?
geekster wrote:But the bottom line for me is that I really don't give a crap about org drama...
...What I am trying to figure out is why anyone really cares. I mean that sincerely. Why all the bruhaha?
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