Savannah wrote:It sounds freaky & wrong, so you need to do it.
trilobyte wrote:They did, but have been banned.
trilobyte wrote:I'll clarify - Individual members have participated, and put together some great projects. But my understanding is there were some significant differing views on safety and protocol at Burning Man that led to what amounts to a ban.
Ugly Dougly wrote:TheSee Mendid BM as well, but they haven't been around in years.
vargaso wrote:Ugly Dougly wrote:TheSee Mendid BM as well, but they haven't been around in years.
Yeah, Hellco was very SRL-inspired. Damn, I'm feeling nostalgic today. I remember reading about all this back then, and thinking, hmm, sounds fun, as soon as my kid gets a bit older and I finish school and I'm not so damn broke, etc etc...Ha. Well, it only took 17 years after first hearing about it, but dammit, I made it there in 2007.
gyre wrote:Lovely cars, really.
theCryptofishist wrote:I think that the problem with that is that you cannot actually sign away your right to sue. Which could make it worse for the performers...
Simon of the Playa wrote:so who is up for a class action suit against larry for ruining their lives and dooming them forever?
vargaso wrote:The prankster aspect of the counter-culture really is unique to the area
48_love wrote:vargaso wrote:The prankster aspect of the counter-culture really is unique to the area
Alien biker gangs frequented the Bay Area in the 50s and infected the culture with the prankster ethic.
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