ohmu wrote:(I'm getting the Day off).
I'd expect this for the release of a Final Fantasy game in Japan, but never for Burning Man! Harumph!
Kontradiction wrote:Hence my making the first Day of Sales a mini For Me Only **Holiday**, to involve drinking extra dirty Ciroc martinis in my pj's, finger trigger and CC at the ready.
NessaZee wrote:so which tier are you buying? what's your strategy?
first day will -most likely- be first and second tier.
last year I jumped on first tier 'cause i had no job.
When I was looking for tickets two weeks before the burn (for my hubby and his dad!), i came across a low income ticket that I had to pass up...My father-in-law had given me $350 to find his ticket. BUT, as soon as i turned that one down, 4 more available tickets showed up....just like that. I'm betting the 2011 burn was sold out but not fully attended.
NessaZee wrote:I'm betting the 2011 burn was sold out but not fully attended.
Heya, I'm concerned about a "tent stove", not to be a wet blanket, but, is that something used for heating your tent? I don't think you need a heater in your tent. Um, years ago some freinds went camping and they asphyxiated, the entire family! (it was tragic) They didn't do it right, and for all I know, there are safe tent stoves...(are there?) haha, I'm sooo outta touch with modern day car camping, haha...
Again, Welcome! You're gonna be soooooo glad you make it to ~)'(~! It'll be the beginning of the beginning
See you in the dust....
NessaZee wrote:I encourage you to buy at the highest price you can afford. if you can afford a $350 ticket, that makes burning man more accessible/inclusive for those who may be lower income than you.(leaves more lower priced tickets available)
It's way different than the 'gotta get the best deal' way of looking at things, and 100+ times more satisfying.
Honestly, a ticket is worth more than $350 to me
trilobyte wrote:@NessaZee & @Cryptofishist... The peak daily average as recorded by BLM and BMOrg was 53,735 on Friday and Saturday. It's a technical violation (BLM had hoped for a lower number), they had indicated that they were extremely happy with how the event was managed. Given the economic conditions in the local region, it's considered unlikely that any fines or actions would be taken. The BLM was also extremely pleased with the playa inspection results. Fingers crossed on a swift and speedy 5-year permit negotiation process.
theCryptofishist wrote:A heater might also be a fire risk.
theCryptofishist wrote:Be real careful with the wood. Small splinters and bark are total moop. Try to keep them off the playa itself. Tarp would be best.
MOOP_Czar wrote:Now just imagine what might happen if you leave MOOP from wood.
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