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How To Recreate Some Burning Man Magic at Home: Beyond Black Rock on Netflix!

August 23, 2011

Can’t get to Burning Man this year? Wondering what the fuss is all about?

1. Put on your playa best.

2. Gather some freaky friends.

3. Make some cocktails.

4. Build a fire.

5. Put on the fan and kick up the dust.

6. Watch Beyond Black Rock, a 2002 documentary about Burning Man by Gone Off Deep now available on NetFlix instant. Watch the Beyond Black Rock trailer.

PS Got friends that just don’t get why you go to Burning Man every year? Make them watch it with you! Maybe they’ll finally have a clue or being ot understand what it is you do around Labor Day every year…

Here’s the website for more information

Here’s more on how to recreate and enjoy the Burning Man experience from home–warning, it’s pretty funny (and true!)

How to enjoy the magic of Burning Man from your own home:

1. Pay an escort of your affectional preference subset to not bathe for five days, cover themselves in glitter, dust, and sunscreen, wear a skanky neon wig, dance close naked, then say they have a lover back home at the end of the night.

2. Tear down your house. Put it in a truck. Drive 10 hours in any direction. Put the house back together. Invite everyone you meet to come over and party. When they leave, follow them back to their homes, drink all their booze, and break things.… Read More

via art predator

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Josh permalink
    August 24, 2011 6:31 am

    I saw your comment on “Improv Everywhere” concerning the Black Tie Beach.

    I just wanted to let you know that I’m very interested in participating in any flash mob improv that might be going on in LA. I live in South Bay Norcal, but I frequently go down to LA for various reasons.

    I’m sorry for leaving this as a comment on an unrelated article, but I can’t seem to find a direct way to contact you, and I know I’ll forget if I plan to search later. Hopefully you see this comment and get back to me. :)

  2. August 24, 2011 6:37 am

    No worries, Josh! I don’t know of anything right now but when I hear of things I try to post them here–you could subscribe and get posts in your mail box.

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