lemur wrote:lol @ that
somethin smells fishy..
and it aint.. the funnel
Diablolita wrote:No bullshit - just a poorly planned act of civil disobedience.
Diablolita wrote:Bought them at almost double price from scalpers. Thank G-d for them.
Want to tar and feather me for making noise about this silly shit? Okay, I probably asked for it.
The Placement Team wrote:Thank you for your feedback and concern regarding Pee Funnel Camp.
On July 20, 2012, it was brought to our attention that our main contact for Pee Funnel Camp was engaged in re-selling multiple tickets for above face value (scalping). Following a thorough investigation by our ticket office, all tickets under the name of this person were voided (with instructions on how to return the tickets for a refund).
We then canceled the advance, reserved Placement of Pee Funnel Camp, and associated early arrival passes. The Placement team's reasoning and perspective in this matter were explained to the camp lead. Specifically, the camp lead was reminded of the instructions that were sent on March 16, 2012, along with the Direct Distributed Ticket purchase codes intended only for their camp.
Those instructions clearly stated:
"Remember: it is your responsibility to make sure access to these tickets goes to the people who are integral to the success of your project."
"We trust the integrity of this community with the multiple-ticket order option described above, to maintain the one ticket per person limit
across these categories. Should you end up with a ticket surplus, please sell them back through the STEP ticket process"
We have reviewed the explanations and appeals put forth by the camp lead. They do not hold up – our ticket office does not cancel tickets unless they have substantial proof of wrongdoing and identity. Our decision in this matter is final.
Pee Funnel Camp can still arrive, setup, and pamphlet the event as a non-registered camp once our Gates open to the public.
The Placement Team wrote:it was brought to our attention that our main contact for Pee Funnel Camp was engaged in re-selling multiple tickets for above face value (scalping).
Diablolita wrote:Decommodification indeed... PR, advertising, propaganda. That's my game, and I smell it when it stinks. Burning Man IS a commodity: http://www.sfbg.com/politics/2011/04/06 ... elling-out
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