Hmmmm…. I really don’t know what to make of this video that takes place in what I think is a Thai zoo.
So (mostly) petite, Asian women are dangling colored trash bags filled with God knows what over tigers while they stand in the same enclosure. And they find it hilarious? Let’s put this idea into my handy list of “THE SMARTEST, SAFEST THINGS I’VE EVER SEEN” along with flaming vodka shots and parkour-ing over high rises.
Warning: whenever I mention Burning Man in my blog, the S.S. Burners come out in full force to say that I’m stupid, I don’t “get” the experience and that I’m a self promoter that would never fit in. You know, things that people from an organization that refers to itself as “radically inclusive” would say. I especially find this funny because when I pseudo-made-fun of Jeopardy fans, they appreciated a little bit of deprecation. I’ve learned my lesson, hippies kind of suck and they’re weirdly omnipresent on internet message boards.
So, I personally take great joy in the fact that Burning Man has become more mainstream. It allows for people who espouse their generosity and community spirit to show their true colors when they say things like “people who don’t deserve to go now took spots away from artists.”
This year, the organizers held two rounds of ticket lotteries with the second lottery ending today. With this lottery, 40,000 tickets were sold at prices between $240 and $390, with a limit of two tickets per person. 40,000 tickets sure does sound like a lot, right?
Unfortunately (or perhaps fortunately), because of scalpers, some burners creating multiple accounts and the overall jump in popularity of the even Continue reading →