You were doing really well except for that part. You can't hold out your right palm for cash from us plebians while you simultaneously use your left hand to give us the finger for being practical or humble. It makes me more inclined to save my donation budget for "The Pier 2" Kickstarter, and use the rest of my budget to improve my camp (which does not, incidentally, use the [very well-rated] Costco carport). After all, I sleep 6 or 7 hours a day in my own camp, and have breakfast every morning there, whereas I might spend an hour or two in your camp the whole week . . . though I'm sure it will be fun if your camp fulfills the vision you've outlined here.BASShenge wrote:Ok check this.
When i comes to the VIP status. We all are VIPS. All the Kickstarters that are out never get any of the high baller rewards. They make all there funds off the low dollar items. We are also doing Local fundraisers in full force. We are A small group of people that are working towards making this project happen on a huge scale. Its not a just a sound camp its a art install. Sorry some of you show up in nothing but a Costco shade structure. We encourage all of you to look beyond the haters. Life is good!!!. Look at things from all perspectives. MOST of you are forgetting the principles of Burning Man. Radical Self Inclusion.... HMM. anyways we love you all. and look forward to making this project a reality. Remember haters when there is one of you there is 3 people that love the project. So Happy Holidays
I'm glad you took it all in & remained calm. That's what one should do if honestly asking for both cash and feedback. We see plenty of people who can't actually take any criticism whatsoever, so maintaining a minimum of courtesy in your responses is absurdly refreshing.BASShenge wrote:And i woke up this morning and took it all and remained calm. lol its all good.. taught me something. all of you.
Best of luck to you.