Karlene wrote:leaning playa dust out of my equipment, and planning for next year.
Look us up between 4:30 and 5:00 on the outermost street. Camp FUA. Best damn champagne on the playa.
See you next Year!!!
Karlene wrote:Glad you know it all. Somebody needs to. I'm a long time burner, I've experienced things over there that would put a lesser person on their knees. It has nothing to do with Burning Man, or the weather, or how tough I am, or how tough you perceive yourself to be. It has to do with a business that delivered unsatisfactory results. They did the least necessary to fulfill their contract, no concern on any level for the people that were left essentially stranded. No "sorry", no "can I help you get a room in Reno" no "is there anything we can do to help you out"?
You call it whining, I call it standing up for the consumer. Because it's the Burn doesn't let commercial business off the hook for bad service.
the lack of civility on ePlaya is a real drag and always has been. But nobody gives a shit and the most obnoxious types are often celebrated as heroes here. Thank god Burning Man isn't a bit like ePlaya in that regard.Karlene wrote:One thing interesting out of this whole affair is how many names I got called on line, and I had no idea Burners could be so nasty and intolerant.
Seriously, it was funny about 15 years ago.theCryptofishist wrote:Can we stop with the "take your meds" comments, please.
Really disrespectful. And long past funny.