Eric wrote:"true"- only the Bmorg knows what their future plans are, and their not talking to us.
Burning Man has to get permits renewed every few years and there are always people opposed to the event happening, one day they may outnumber us (and the money we bring). The government might decide that we cause to much damage to the playa at our current size, they may decide to charge more than the Bmorg is willing to pay....
There are hundreds of variables in play to keep a large event running smoothly, especially one as large and long term as Burning Man. If enough of those don't mesh, it could end. Hell, if Johnny on the Spot went on strike it would shut us down.
Personally, I don't worry so much about things I have no control over. I'll keep going as long as I can, and if it ends I can find somewhere else to play.
However, if you "must know" you'd better find a job as Larry Harveys personal assistant.
There, ygmir, truth and snark in one post.
mdmf007 wrote:God for what they pay - they could buy 500 acres of prime farmland, and grow sod on it every year. Have BM on a nice golf course manicured like lawn. Sell the sod after the show and grow it again next summer, or simply maintain it and mow it.
Central WA, Central OR, even Nevada land is dirt cheap and flat. Oversimplified yes, but the BRDesert is NOT the only place this event could take place - and for a hell of a lot less money in fees.
Kinetic V wrote:Burning Man is allegedly being sold to Harrahs Entertainment who want to build a scaled down version of BRC on property they own on the Vegas strip.
dj_john69 wrote:It's a known fact that Larry Harvey wants to turn BM into year round regional events only. He has made his millions and has lead BM for well over 20 years. He wouldn't have to do shit anymore and he could travel for free to every event around the world as a king. Of course he wants to end Burning Man as we know it. It fucking blows since Black Rock City is my local regional event !!!
Savannah wrote:Burning Man is being moved to my house...
Savannah wrote:Burning Man is being moved to my house.
Things you need to know:
I can sleep 3 in my living room, 2 in my bedroom (Hushville). Tickets will not be sold at the door, so be ready to buy online. My neighbors are loud bitches, so go nuts--my stereo is new and amenable to the task. Coffee and ice is available, but if you use all the ice, you have to make more; don't be a dillhole.
Temperatures range from 60-80F.
Nudity is permissable, but not on my avocado leather harem-style couch.
You may be searched on your way in. (I like to dig my hands in people's pockets.)
Daft Punk may or may not be in my walk-in closet.
bluesbob wrote:After 2012, BM will be held on a much smaller scale. And it will be known as Burning Dwarf.
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