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Burning Man Update: The Jack Rabbit Speaks
Volume 11, Issue 14b Green Man
July 27, 2007


"Round two...fiyeeet!" This issue of the JRS is a big ol' bite of theme 
related type stuff - still a regular JRS, and still broken out a la BRC 
News/Participate, etc., but it's all stuff that happens to relate to the 
Green Man theme - theme art, theme-related initiatives, the Green Man 
blog, a contest for sharing green ideas...heck even green-theme events 
(come learn about using bamboo tomorrow @BMHQ!). On deck: Health and 
Safety JRS, Enviro JRS, regular ol' send-us-your-posts JRS...

Oh, did we say we'd send this next issue "tomorrow" when we wrote you 
last? Because we meant to say we'd send it "as soon as we can stop 
running around like headless chickens and actually find our fingers and 
stay seated long enough to hit send my gosh how many days till the burn 
what did you just say 36 days GAAAHHHHHHH!!!!" Or something like that.

More next week.

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BRC NEWS:
RENO DRIVE-THRU RECYCLING PROGRAM - READ THIS AND RECYCLE!
BURN CLEAN PROJECT - SUSTAINABILITY INFO FOR BURNERS!
RIDESHARE IS TOPS! LET'S MAKE RIDESHARE AND HAVE A NICE TIME!
RENO TO PLAYA RIDESHARE RIDES AGAIN
ENVIRONMENT SECTION AT BURNINGMAN.COM - IT GROWS...
COOLINGMAN.COM GETS A FACELIFT

PARTICIPATE:
ONLY YOU CAN PREVENT MOOP!!!! PERFORMANCE PLAYA CLEANUP
BONES WANTED ! HELP REVIVE THE HISTORIC BONE TREE SCULPTURE
PROJECT SWIRL - REPLACE YOUR BULBS AND BE PART OF PLAYA ART
CONTRIBUTE AND SPEAK FOR NATURE: ADD YOUR VOICE TO THE BELLIGERENT BLOOMS!
ASTOR PLACE IMAGINED IN BRC!
RECYCLE CLOTHES AT THE BLACK ROCK BOUTIQUE
YOUR WORLD-CHANGING IDEA ON DISPLAY: A CONTEST

EVENTS AND HAPPENINGS:
BAMBOO FOR BURNERS WORK SHOP AT BMHQ, SF 7.28
BURNcast/CLOUD9 COSTUME SWAP, LOS ANGELES 7.28
REFASHION COSTUME EXCHANGE, OAKLAND, 8.18

ERRATA

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RENO DRIVE-THRU RECYCLING PROGRAM - READ THIS AND RECYCLE!

There's a long and multilayered story behind this first item, involving 
several multi-year Burners, several regional managers of a Reno area 
grocery store chain, a long-awaited visit to Burning Man, a decisison to 
give a gift, cooperation from multiple communities, and months of hard 
work to pull it off. It boils down to a story about a gift... and it's a 
story that makes your post-playa ride home a lot easier and way greener.

Either way, we are grateful to the people behind this one for thinking 
it up!

2007 Reno Drive-Thru Recycling Initiative
Saturday August 25 through Wednesday September 5 (Keystone location 
operating until Sept. 9)

Open 24 Hours

In a multi-community effort to promote recycling, several Albertson's/ 
Save Mart supermarkets in Reno, Sparks, and Carson City will for the 
first time be carving off a part of their parking lots and setting them 
aside for recycling drop-off stations for our community, throughout and 
following the Burning Man event.

All of these locations will be along burner-travel routes west and south 
of Black Rock City (I-80, US-395, and Hwy 445), and open 24 hours 
(including LABOR DAY, when most of the commercial recycling plants in 
Reno are actually closed).

This recycling initiative is free, designed for your convenience, and 
designed for maximum capacity, to help lighten up anyone's load to and 
from BRC.  Proceeds raised from these recyclables will be donated to 
support environmental initiatives and education through the Gerlach High 
School.

Check out what they're accepting: plastics (HDPE 1,2,4,&5), plastic 
bags, glass, all metals (aluminum, tin, steel, iron, etc.), paper, 
cardboard, and rechargeable batteries... even leftover bikes. Everything 
except your dusty campmates, out of your backseat and off to be 
recycled. All you have to do is drive into the parking lot and drop off 
your recyclables in the dumpsters and bins provided.

Your recyclables will need to be as clean as possible before depositing 
-- and, PLEASE, PLEASE, NO garbage dumping.  Your participation and care 
is very much appreciated!  If this recycling initiative proves to be a 
success, it can become a multi-year project for the Burning Man 
community, according to these folks.

Think about it: Instead of guiltily chucking your recycling into a 
dumpster or the landfill because you had to leave on Monday or in the 
middle of the night, you can do the right thing with your recyclables 
without ever leaving your car...and the Gerlach High School gets your 
help maintaining their new solar panel donation and learning more about 
alternative energies.

Perhaps you can see why we think this is so awesome.

*Special JRS bunny thanks to Nathan Heller, hardworking Drive-Thru 
Recycling Project guru-advocate - not an employee or representative of 
the stores, just a Reno area burner who wanted to help make a great 
thing happen, so he went out and made it happen. Thanks, Nathan.

DRIVE THRU LOCATIONS
Albertson's / Save Mart Supermarkets

Reno-
525 Keystone Avenue, 775-786-2150
195 West Plumb Lane, 786-0138
4995 Kietzke Lane, 827-5350
10500 North McCarran Blvd, 746-8882

Sparks-
565 East Prater Way, 359-9060
9750 Pyarmid Lake Highway, 425-2700

Carson City-
3620 North Carson Street, 841-4402

A flyer with a map to these locations will be available at Recycle Camp.

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BURN CLEAN PROJECT - SUSTAINABILITY INFO FOR BURNERS!

"Burn Clean Project launches a new and improved version of our site to 
bring crystal clear information to the Black Rock community on how to 
sustainably energize our transport, camps, art & mutant vehicles. Lots 
of biodiesel, biodiesel-friendly generator rental info, and green 
transport options, oh my!

http://www.burncleanproject.org

Please check it out and forward this email along to all the burners you 
know who could use the info...which may very well be every burner you know.

Also, we are organizing the BIOBUS (space) Shuttle with the 
uber-fabulous bus diva Betty Biodiesel to transport burners from Reno to 
BRC and back in a beautiful biodiesel-fueled bus (with a brand spanking 
new engine!). All burners who donate $50 to the Biofuels4Schools 
Campaign will be granted a roundtrip reserved ride from the Reno airport 
or train station to the playa and back.  A stop-off at the Wild Oats and 
special water transport options will be available. Please write 
connect@burncleanproject.org to get on the announce list. We will 
provide a schedule with 20 spaces per day which you will reserve your 
rides through and then you will proceed to a PayPal page for a place to 
donate. The reservations will begin (if all goes well) Monday July 16th 
in the evening. More details will be listed on the BCP site as they 
become available.

If you have any relevant contributions for the website, please send them 
to connect@burncleanproject.org

Smooches and Kisses and WVO and Zebras and You,

Burn Clean, Burn Green!

1-LUV
Coordinatrix, Burn Clean Project
1luv@burncleanproject.org "

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RIDESHARE IS TOPS! LET'S MAKE RIDESHARE AND HAVE A NICE TIME!

YES, that's right: it's the Burning Man Rideshare calendar!

http://rideshare.burningman.com

The scientists have spoken: the biggest climate impact of Burning Man 
really is in our travel to the event. OK, so we stay parked once we get 
there...but we can still do our best to minimize the impact. So c'mon, 
if you're already driving, be smart (and greener) and share the cost, 
the driving, and the sting of the return to the "real world" with a new 
friend. Cast your lot with someone else in your area who's already 
headed out, or share some space in your own car or truck. No empty 
passenger seats in 2007!

and speaking of Rideshare and not wasting seats...

RENO TO PLAYA RIDESHARE RIDES AGAIN

 From Rick Brown, beloved Reno Regional Contact:

"Hiya Burners:
Twin City Surplus (Twin City Surplus (1675 E. 4th St., Reno, 
http://www.twincitysurplus.com) is again allowing us to use their 
facility as the Reno to Playa ride share rendezvous location.  If you 
need a ride to the playa during the week of the event, Twin City is the 
place to wait.  If you are traveling to the playa and have extra room 
please swing by there to pick up somebody who may be waiting.  It is 
easy freeway access between the Wells Ave. and 4th Street exits on I80 
and you may make a new friend.

DON'T call Twin City to inquire about rides.  They don't know anything 
at all about the ride share program other than it brings in business to 
their Burner friendly establishment.

Every year prospective riders write and ask 'What are my chances of 
getting a ride?'  I have to tell them 'Duh, I don't know.'  If you have 
participated in the ride share, either as a rider or driver, please drop 
me (reno@burningman.com) a note and tell me about your experience.  May 
be this year I'll have something more useful to offer if you do.

-Rick Brown in Reno"

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ENVIRONMENT SECTION AT BURNINGMAN.COM - IT GROWS...

Busy little enviro-bees have been working hard to bring more content to 
the Environment section at Burningman.com, geared specifically at 
providing the Green-Man-est information we can find about preparing for 
that big thing in the desert.

Recent Enviroblog topics: Hey, so why is the playa dusty, anyway?; 
Drying food scraps at camp - one camp's solution; The environmental 
truth about PVC; Quick reference guide for cutting carbon, and more! 
Come check it out and submit your own greening tips.

Coming later this week to the Environment Section: a look at the six 
R's, new pages about Recycling, Potable Water, Biofuels, more Leave No 
Trace info...composting, greening your vehicle/art/camp...you can almost 
hear our fingers clacking away from there, can't you?

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COOLINGMAN.COM GETS A FACELIFT

Our friends at Cooling Man have given their site a makeover, with
more info than ever about the climate impact of Burning Man and what you 
can do about it. Hop on over and check it out:

http://www.coolingman.net

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ONLY YOU CAN PREVENT MOOP!!!! PERFORMANCE PLAYA CLEANUP

Hey, did you know that each of us is asked to spend at least 2 hours 
helping to clean the public areas of Burning Man in addition to cleaning 
up our own camp? Well, we are. The JRS claps wildly, hops up and down, 
and cheers for this idea for putting in your two hours and being part of 
an art event at the same time:

"Join MAECAMOOP (mythical and endangered creatures against moop) in a 
performance playa cleanup.  We are meeting at the Man ashes on Sunday to 
form a mythical line of bodies to walk the playa together, gathering 
MOOP and "cleaning art" as we go. Wear your favorite animal/mythical 
creature costume and clean the land you have used all week. Bring 
container for the moop collecting and most of all.. have a really good 
time caring for the land that supports us!!

Sunday  11am at he Man ashes.

questions?  contact: frisia69@yahoo.com"

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BONES WANTED ! HELP REVIVE THE HISTORIC BONE TREE SCULPTURE

Dana Albany writes:

"The Bone Tree needs your bones!!!

Be a part of Burning Man History! Flash Hopkins and Dana Albany are
restoring the Bone Tree sculpture that originally appeared on the playa
in 1999. It is a timeless, poetic sculpture that has obvious relevance
to this years "Green Theme". The Bone Tree is a 27-foot-tall, mobile
sculpture. To view, go to http://www.burningman.com Image Gallery and search
under 'bone tree.' The sculpture has been at the BM work ranch for 8
years and needs attention and repair! We need all the bones we can
get!! If you have or know of a large quantity of bones, we are willing
to travel within California, Nevada, Oregon, etc. to collect them for
this project. Exotic bones also welcome. If you have a few, bring 'em
with you!  Anyone with lots of bones or an inside lead as to where to
find them, please contact us at danaalbany@juno.com.

Thank you and with much appreciation!!!"

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PROJECT SWIRL - REPLACE YOUR BULBS AND BE PART OF PLAYA ART

Gecko says: "In the environmental spirit of this year's Burning Man, we 
unveil Project Swirl. And you can participate--it's really easy! We're 
encouraging as many people as possible to replace their old, inefficient 
incandescent light bulbs with new, durable, very efficient, and very 
very swirly CFL bulbs. The project goal is to replace a grand total 1000 
incandescent bulbs with CFLs before Monday, August 27th, 2007, the first 
day of the burn. All details are here:

http://crispyneurons.com/wiki/Project_Swirl

I will present the final results on the playa and create a sculpture to 
to honor the project participants, which will go in the Red Light 
District. Replace just one bulb and you'll help reduce electrical load 
and pollution, fill less landfills and lower your electric bill all at 
once. It's cheap, it's easy, it benefits you and the world... Can you 
beat it?

Thanks in advance,
Gecko"

Last we heard, Gecko was halfway to this goal and you can help bring it 
on home...great idea, Gecko!

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CONTRIBUTE AND SPEAK FOR NATURE: ADD YOUR VOICE TO THE BELLIGERENT BLOOMS!

MORE truly creative projects to squeal and clap about:

"The Belligerent Blooms need your audio contributions!

The Belligerent Blooms are a garden of cranky electro-mechanical 
flowers, accosting passers-by with their deeply rooted beliefs.  We need 
*your* unique voices to contribute to the cacophony.

Consider what you'd say if you were a belligerent bloom -- share your 
experiences as part of nature, opinions about humanity in general or 
Burning Man participants in particular, or any other flowery invective 
you have to offer.  Try to keep the comments short and pithy.  Get a 
giggle, challenge world views, add your voice!  Above all, be belligerent!

Contribute your flowery invective by sending mail to 
belligerent.blooms@gmail.com and including .wav (preferred) or other 
audio files.  Putting your quips in separate files will greatly please 
the gardeners.

Then visit the Belligerent Blooms at the 'Blacklight Aquarium' theme
camp on the playa and hear the flowers sp(r)out your submissions."

http://www.blaqua.com/projects/algae_bloom.htm

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ASTOR PLACE IMAGINED IN BRC!

We included this one in the Theme issue because to us it sounds like a 
very "Green Man '07" contemplation to imagine a neighborhood, such as 
Astor Place, reimagined as a neighborhood "taken back from the cars and 
given back to the people!"

project URL: http://www.openplans.org/projects/astor-playa

"Astor Place (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Astor_Place) is a famous 
plaza in the East Village of New York City.  We're planning on building 
a replica in Black Rock City, including the fabulous Cube, the Astor 
Place Subway entrance/hut, and several Brownstone Stoops.  But we want 
to improve on the permanent Astor Place, to show how good it really 
COULD be, if it were taken from the cars and given back to the people; 
we'll be including a stage, bocce ball courts, benches, and other 
smaller structures to play on.

WooHoooooo!!! BRING BACK STOOP CULTURE!!!

To make this succeed, we need your help.  We are looking for New York 
City-centric art to place around our structures, and performers of live 
music and smaller acts that would like to perform on our stage for the 
good people of BRC.  We encourage you to use our cityscape as your 
canvas.... You can have a parade, capoeira circle, dance lessons, 
protests, etc.  The art could include things that you would see on a New 
York City street, like fire hydrants, street/ bus stop signs, mailboxes, 
pigeons, man hole covers, rats, stencil art, etc.

(If you happen to be in New York, however, please do not REMOVE any NYC
property.  Especially the rats and the manhole covers.)

If you have some art to contribute, or are otherwise interested in 
supporting this project, please contact AstorArt@energyconnectingart.com."

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RECYCLE CLOTHES AT THE BLACK ROCK BOUTIQUE

"Black Rock Boutique needs your help... Recycle your Clothes. Each year 
the boutique strives to give away as much fabulous,furry and freaky 
clothes as we can get our hands on...It's been a lean year for the 
boutique, so we're asking everybody to donate as much playa wear as they 
can, so we can keep the citizens of Black Rock looking fabulous. We 
especially need green clothing for our Green Day party (Saturday). We 
also host a daily fashion strut, and would love to have other theme 
camps,live bands, and performers collaborate.
Contact eric@affinityrealty.net with questions."

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YOUR WORLD-CHANGING IDEA ON DISPLAY: A CONTEST

We know that part of what's amazing about Burning Man is the 
connectivity we share together on the playa through self-expression and 
art. That's what the Green Man theme is about this year, especially -- 
sharing ideas and information with each other through creative interaction.

Through the Green Man theme and long before, Burning Man has had the 
good fortune to connect with people at news organizations whose ethics 
and values are also very devoted to changing the world through 
connectivity and the sharing of information. We've met Burners from two 
such projects - Treehugger.com and Current TV - in recent years, and 
appreciate what they're doing. So what happens when Burners from 
organizations like TreeHugger, Burning Man, and Current TV cross paths? 
  We exchange ideas and information, of course. Which makes us realize, 
the people we connect to everyday (hey, that's you!) must have some 
pretty good ideas, too. And that's when we came up with this contest -- 
an effort to help drive your world-changing idea out of your 
imagination, into life, and onto the playa to be shared with Black Rock 
City.

The Question

Got an idea that could help solve the world's most pressing
environmental issues? Something that would revolutionize the way we 
drive, eat, build, live, build, or...something else? Want to share it 
with the world? Your idea could be featured at Burning Man this year. 
Your open-source project will be displayed alongside other breakthrough 
ideas and technologies addressing important issues such as climate 
change, pollution, green building design, and much, much more. The 
winner will win two tickets to Burning Man, and the project will also be 
featured on CurrentTV during their "TV Free Burning Man" coverage of the 
event. (Check out previous "TV Free Burning Man" episodes at 
http://www.current.tv/burningman/ .)

The Big Idea
The main requirement for submissions is simply that the project be 
open-source. That is, you'll give everyone at the event a chance to 
access your idea freely, then theoretically assess, dissect, remix, and 
build upon it. In doing so, you become part of the mash-up of all of the
environmentally-oriented art, science, and breakthrough technologies 
that will be on display at this year's 30,000-square-foot Green Man 
Pavilion. We want to place your idea among some of the most innovative 
open-source ideas in the world, letting you share the thoughts that can 
help shape our future.

The Details
Send a digital representation and explanation of your idea to 
contest@treehugger.com by August 11. (Got questions? Sean's also your 
guy at this alias.) Our preference is for 3-D models, but just because 
you haven't yet built a prototype of your Solar-Powered Robot That Will 
Save the World doesn't mean you can't enter; we'll happily accept your 
2-D renderings as well. Only got a sketch of that car that runs on 
organic banana peels? No problem, Dr. Brown, as long as we can 
understand the concept, that's okay, too. The winning entry will be the 
one that best helps solve an environmental problem. Now go on, get going!

Judging
A panel of judges from TreeHugger, Burning Man, and Current TV will 
choose the winning entry, which will be announced two weeks prior to the 
event.

Thanks for reading. Now, Participate!

Project URL: http://www.treehugger.com/files/2007/07/participate_contest.php

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BAMBOO FOR BURNERS WORK SHOP AT BMHQ, SF 7.28

Bamboo for Burners is an interactive crash course in bamboo taught by 
Gerard Minakawa, a professional designer and builder of the Starry 
Bamboo Mandala, a 2006 art grant installation. 
http://images.burningman.com/index.cgi?image=26250  The workshop will 
teach Burning Man participants about the many possible uses of this 
remarkable material around the world and provide ideas for its use on 
the Playa. The workshop will open with a short 1/2 hour powerpoint show 
followed by over two hours of hands-on instruction in basic methods and 
tools for working with bamboo. Participants are encouraged to contribute 
their unique ideas and experiences to the workshop. Tools and materials 
will be provided by the instructor, but participants should come 
prepared with a sketchpad and pen.

Workshop date: Saturday, July 28th, 2 PM-5 PM
Location: Burning Man offices in San Francisco: 1900 Third Street 
between 16th and Mariposa, in Bayview.
Enter from the back of the building - the workshop will take place in 
the warehouse. Go through the parking lot to the back.

Contact: Gerard Minakawa, 305-965-3997, minakawa@gmail.com

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BURNcast/CLOUD9 COSTUME SWAP, LOS ANGELES 7.28

BURNcast and Cloud9 present : OMG it's the 3rd Annual Costume Exchange 
Party!

Date & Time: 	Saturday, July 28, 2007
6:00 PM
Location: 	S Rimmon & CO Imported Fabrics
11054 W. Pico Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90049 view map
More Info: 	310-478-1105

"Is your closet stuffed with space hogging costumes you will NEVER WEAR 
AGAIN?
Tired of seeing that jacket you spent 3 weeks on just SIT THERE unloved 
in the dark? Why should your wardrobe suffer just because black isn't 
your color anymore : ITS SOMEBODY'S!!

It's time to get into the spirit of gifting early. Bring your used, new, 
unwanted, or unloved costumes (and accessories) to exchange for other 
exciting costumes. Not only will you get a whole new look, but your 
crap** may be just what someone else is looking for! Plus you get to 
help support TWO noble causes: BURNcast and greening the Cloud9 art car!

Refreshments will be available and entertainment provided by DJ 
divaDanielle. And all ticket holders are guaranteed a ride on Cloud9 and 
a FREE HUG! Wow!

Tickets are $5 at the door with costumes.
$10 at the door empty handed.
FREE if you drop off costumes in advance!*

AND you could WIN A TICKET TO BURNINGMAN in our Raffle! Just $10.00 per 
ticket! (or $25.00 for three tickets - such a deal!) Must be present to 
win, so come on down and have a blast. We had a huge turnout last year, 
so come early for good pickins!

*Costumes can be dropped off 10am-6pm July 25-27 or by appt. at Rimmon & 
Co.,11054 W Pico Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90049 (310) 922-DANK or at Switch 
Studios, 316 South Venice Blvd, Venice, CA 90291 (310) 301-1800 x114

** please don't bring 'crap'!"

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REFASHION COSTUME EXCHANGE, OAKLAND, 8.18

RE-FASHION Costume Change and Exchange Recycling Event
SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 2007
11:00 am to 3:00 pm
Humanist Hall, Oakland
390 27th St, between Telegraph and Broadway
Wheelchair access 411 28th Street

"Does your alter ego need a makeover? Is your costume closet filled with 
treasures you can't wear again that are too fabulous to donate to the 
thrift store box? Got an unfinished wearable art project that needs a 
little push of inspiration? RE-FASHION is the solution! RE-FASHION is a 
costume swap and modification event. Bring a bag or more of your 
unwanted costumes, finery, accessories, and notions, and something to 
hold your takeaways. Please, no underwear or swimwear!

      Donations will be accepted at the door, but not necessary. The 
focus is reuse and recycling. We'll also accept donations of costumes, 
wigs, etc. for the event, or for Burning Man.

      If you'd like to:
      volunteer for the event
      bring your sewing machine to share for the event
      help run a transformation station
      lead a workshop on modifying clothing
      provide an activity for children
      or if you just need more information...
please email refashion2007@gmail.com

      This swap is a kid sister project to the original 
Swap-O-Rama-Rama, and a fundraiser for Trashistan's on-playa costume 
recycling center.  Read more about other Swap-o-rama-rama events at: 
http://www.gaiatreehouse.com/swap.htm

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ERRATA

Indeed, 75 WPM may be too fast for the JRS brain to keep up with the JRS 
fingers. We mistyped the location of Doug Jacobsen's film screening (um, 
Berkeley and LA are not exactly easy to confuse, AG) ;we mistyped the 
URL for BURNcast... it's http://www.burncast.net...AND we mistyped the 
number of theme art projects this year - that number is 83 theme 
projects, which comes to you --  ALONG WITH 145 playa art pieces (that's 
your  non-theme-related-but-still-mind-bogglingly-incredible art, you 
see), plus about 40 art projects under the Man in the Pavilion and the 
Man Grove.  Watch for updates soon with even more listings and projects 
and illustrations and inspiration...whoa. You guys, this is going to be 
a *really good* year for ART!

In the words of my boss....meow.

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{Soundtrack to the JRS: I'm not listening to it because I no longer have 
a copy of it, but I have had Bob Hund's "Tralala Lilla Molntuss, Kom Hit 
Skall Du Fa En Puss!" in my head all day...curse you, Swedish pop stars!)

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