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JRS V8:#28:06.09.04

(Another week of JRS struggles, this time a different set of problems. We apologize for the delay – this JRS was originally sent on Friday, June 4. – The Rabbits)

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Burning Man Update: The Jack Rabbit Speaks
Volume 8, Issue 28
June 9, 2004

Wow. You can tell it’s 86 days until the man burns just by checking the size of this newsletter.

And with so many SF friends returning from Texas with stories of goats and wooden monkeys and mayonnaise-eating performances at Burning Flipside (population this year: 1330, not counting livestock), the Jack Rabbits are kicking themselves for missing it this year. (Congrats on a great event, y’all.)
If you check out the “Events and Happenings” section below, you’ll see that there’s plenty going on around the country (LA! NY!New England!), and no need to wait these next 91 days out without a little taste of what it means to burn.

“Participate” is downright chock-full this week too, with opportunities to get involved off and on the playa. Two busy burners have created fun ways to re-immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of the desert (or get a little taste of what to expect if it’s your first time). Da Rat is ready to take your bike rental reservation out of Reno and save you faraway travellers the trouble of buying a bike you can’t take home anyway.

We’re also excited to report great news about our event’s BLM permit – check it out in “BRC News”, along with ticket info, some great press, and more. Best of all, months of (near herculean) organization-wide effort culminates at last: the 2003 Afterburn Report is now available! (See below.)

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2003 Afterburn Report!
Burning Man Gets Two-Year Permit for Black Rock Desert
Low Income Ticket Application Deadline Extended to July 1
More News Available On Burningman.Com – Go Home Now
Flambe Lounge Pics
Burning Man Photo Wins Smithsonian Competition
Full Court Regional Press

Gone Off Deep Seeks Footage
Sounds Of Burning Man: Available Now!
Burning Man Screen Savers: Available Now!
Tips for the Aspiring Artist from the Artery team
Got Carpet?
Frog Pond Restoration Weekends in June, July, August
Rat’s Bikes Opens for Far-Off Travellers
Re-Cyclery Opens for Nearby Wanderers
Announcing Miss Black Rock City Beauty Pageant 2004

Burning Man Art Event in NYC, June 9th
Thunderdome’s Love & Abyss in SF, June 10th
Firefly in New England, June 17-20
LA Regional: Burn On The Fourth Of July, July 3-4
Rev Billy in NYC: First Amendment Mob and Fly Them To London


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We are proud to announce that the 2003 Afterburn Report has been completed, and is now live on the Burning Man website. You can find links to it on the Burning Man homepage, or directly at afterburn.burningman.com/03.

For those of you who don’t know, this is a fairly herculean task, incorporating work from a long list of contributors — from writers to HTML coders, image jockeys to quality assurance testers. The end result, I’m sure you will agree, is a *very* impressive recount of the activities, events, and goings-on that made Burning Man 2003 the successful event that it was. The Afterburn Report is a key representative component of Burning Man’s history and legacy.

One thing that really struck me as I worked on the project, is how incredible everybody involved in the Burning Man Project is. If you read just a few of those articles, you quickly realize the unbelievable amount of work that has been done — out of pure love for the event — by dedicated staffers and volunteers to make Burning Man a reality. To say it’s an annual miracle would not be overstating it. I am extremely proud to be a part of this amazing team.

It’s difficult to give full credit to all those involved without giving you a short novel to read, but special thanks go out to everybody who put in the extra effort required to pull this all together, and make it look great, including Dave Marr who did the bulk of the coding, David Talley (aka “Booker”) for some fantastic editing work, and Heather Gallagher (aka “Cameragirl”) for the beautiful images! And a very special thanks to Bliss, who managed this project with grace, and without killing anybody. The comprehensive list of contributors is presented at the end of the report.

Web Team Project Manager

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It’s true! You may have seen in the news that our city has been granted a permit from the Bureau of Land Management to rise for not just ONE but the next TWO years. This is unprecedented; for the last fourteen years we have applied for a new permit each year. Thanks to all of YOU for showing that a city of thirty thousand conscientious individuals really CAN respect the land and leave no trace.

The below quote from a BLM official (which ran on the AP wire) gets to the heart of the matter. Let’s keep up the good work and keep setting the standard!

“‘Burning Man has an excellent track record,’ said Dave Cooper of the BLM’s Winnemucca field office. ‘This group teaches and practices leave no trace and other large events can learn a lot from it.'”

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Greetings from the land of Tickets!

The following price levels are sold out: $165, $185 and $200.ALL TICKETS NOW COST $225!!

We have extended the deadline to apply for Low Income Tickets to July 1, 2004 – or while supplies last. We are still accepting applications for these tickets. Go here for more info:

$225 tickets are available for purchase at Walk In Outlets and Online:

Tickets purchased online are being mailed in plain, unmarked white envelopes that say InHouse Ticketing as return mail. We have received a few reports of tickets being thought to be junk mail. Please pay close attention to your mail!

If you ordered your tickets online in March or April and have not yet received them, please get in touch with In House Tickets by going here and using the pull down menu:

We are happy to announce our WALK IN OUTLETS for 2004. These fantastic folks have offered to donate their time and their stores to help our community have a different way to purchase tickets. Please remember these businesses are owned and run by members of our community, we should treat them with understanding and respect for opening their doors and helping out.

The Melting Pot
888 Virginia St
Reno, NV
Hours: Monday – Saturday 10:30 AM – 7:00 PM, Sunday 12:00 – 5:00 PM

Cheap Thrills
1217 21st St
Sacramento, CA
Hours: Monday-Thursday 10 :00 AM – 6:00 PM, Friday & Saturday 10:00 AM – 7:00 PM

1552 Haight Street (Upper Haight)
San Francisco, CA
Hours: Monday-Saturday 11:30 AM – 7:30 PM, Sunday 11:30 AM – 6:30 PM

Berkeley Hat Company
2510 Telegraph Avenue
Berkeley, CA
Hours: Monday-Thursday 10:30 AM -6:00 PM, Friday and Saturday 10:30 AM – 6:30 PM, Sunday 12:00 PM – 5:30 PM

Outlets are selling $225 and $250 tickets. Outlet sales are CASH or MONEY ORDER/ CASHIER’S CHECK ONLY – no other forms of payment are accepted.

Additional outlets will be announced here, on the website, and the hotline (415-TO-FLAME).

All Mail Order tickets are now $250.

To order by mail, CLEARLY print your first and last name, mailing address, contact info (either an email address or phone number), how many tickets you would like to order and mail with payment (MONEY ORDER OR CASHIER’S CHECK ONLY!!) to the address below:

Burning Man
PO Box 884688
San Francisco, CA 94188-4688

If you wish to have your tickets sent to you by secure delivery, please clearly indicate so on your order and add an additional $10 to your order.

Please remember the only tickets available for Mail Order are $250 and Low Income.

For information on scholarship tickets, send an email to

Questions about an Online order? Go here and use the pull down menu:

Questions about Mail Order? Send an email to:

See y’all on the playa!
The Ticket Team

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Hungry for more news on Burning Man or San Francisco HQ? Go home to Burningman.com. Visit the poll and tell us how you plan to participate or read about the sound policy under “Playa Tips”. There’s new news every week, so go home now!


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Tasty morsels of visual goodness, from Arthur Zwern!


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Thanks to Dave Dodds and others for letting us know: Linka Odom’s picture of Michael Christian working on his sculpture “Klimax” at last year’s event was named the best Arts photo in Smithsonian Magazine’s national photo contest, which fielded more than 12,000 entries. Congratulations Linka!


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Here are three bits of press related to regional events this month!

Our own Harley Dubois visits Hawaii for an event with Ka Palina:

San Diego’s Xara Dulzara:

3sidedwhole, the New Mexico Regional Burn:

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A little bird flew to us from Austin and told us that the Gone Off Deep crew need a little help from the community, to finish out their delightful little coming-of-age film about a superhero bank teller… wait. That’s not it. Their year-long study of Burning Man, “Beyond Black Rock” is this close to completion, but we need additional footage to round out the tale.

Specifically, they’re seeking video/stills of the linesweeps during cleanup, some clear and close aerials of the city, and video or stills of regional burn events.

If you can help, please contact the effervescent Damon Brown at info.

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Sound Man/Steve Evans writes:

“Dear Burners,
I’ve just completed ‘The Sounds of Burning Man’ project that has resulted in an hour of sound from Burning Man 2003. This work contains dialog, music, art sounds, etc.; anything with an audio signature that communicates something or tells a short audio story about being at Burning Man.

This work is divided into 15 themed tracks. It is an audio CD in length. Go to TheSoundsOfBurningMan.org to find out more, sample it, and download it.

This is a gift to the Burning Man community, not a commercial product, so it is free. The liberal copyright encourages wide spread copying, distribution, and presentation of this work. Burn it onto and CD and give it to another Burner to show your love!

After you have downloaded the entire work, find a quiet room in which you can spend an hour, don some headphones, close your eyes, and be prepared to be transported back to Burning Man by way of the magic of sound and your own memories.

Thanks you for being part of the Burning Man community. You all mean a great deal to me.’

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Sheesh! You people have been busy! Scorch/Dave Hamilton writes:

Screen Savers!! Get your Screen Savers!! Screen Savers for last year’s Beyond Belief event are ready and available for you to download. 920 incredible photos from 41 even more incredible photographers are waiting for you at bmscreensavers.com.

This year’s project supports both Mac and Windows operating systems. Whether you dial up or have a high speed line, there’s a screen saver for you! There’s also information on how you can be included in the Vault of Heaven project. So, from each of the photographers who want to share their photographic talents and efforts, and from all of us on the screen saver project team: Enjoy your own personal trip back in time, while you’re preparing for September. They’re absolutely free!!! That makes ’em a gift!

Floating World Archive screen savers from 2002 will be remade available June 22 on the same web site. These only have 403 photos, and are only available for Windows systems. Oh, how far we’ve come!

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So you want to make art for the playa, do you? Right on, we want you to as well! Now, you may or may not know this, but you can’t just build something really cool and plop it out on the playa, without letting us know first. Yeah, I know – life’s rough.

It’s easy, though. All you’ve got to do is read our art installation guidelines (www.burningman.com/themeart) and fill out our on-line questionnaire (forms.burningman.com). We’ll give you a call to talk about your piece, and make sure you’ve got everything you need before you get to the desert.

When you get to the playa, you’ll need to check in with us at The Artery in Center Camp, and our faithful volunteers will get you all set up, and take you out to where your installation will be placed. It’s fun, trust me.

We are really looking forward to everybody’s creative contribution this year!

Art Supplicant

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Matt “Hazm@” Morgan, DPW Materials Wrangler, writes:

Is your brother-in-law closing the doors on his carpet warehouse, for good? And he wants to donate ALL that carpet to a worthy cause? Do you know a guy in the carpet biz who, for some reason, ordered WAY too much carpet and now wants to unload it? If you’ve got a line on carpet sources, PLEASE let me know. The Playa is a harsh mistress and she makes a mess on the carpet every year so we always need more. Specifically, we need between 10 and 15k sqft of the stuff. So, what I’m interested in is bulk stuff. Please don’t offer the carpet you just pulled out of your living room. We appreciate the sentiment, but little scraps are more trouble than they are worth. Thanks for your attention. I now return you to your regularly scheduled program. Send tips to hazmatt – Thanks!

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The Frog Pond Restoration Project is getting ready to do a world-class wetland renovation in 2004! You can be a vital part of this cutting-edge effort blending art and science to heal a desert oasis. There will be three field trips to the site before Burning Man and several days of work parties and nature walks during the event.
* June 12-13: Botanical survey, site planning, tree propagation, kite aerial photography
* July 3-4: Site planning, invasive plant removal
* August 26-29: Pre-event restoration seminar & heavy equipment work

We are building a volunteer team to organize this multi-year project and to do field work and education before and during Burning Man. All are invited to participate, and there are jobs for all levels of involvement.

Long-term Volunteer Positions:
* Volunteer Coordinator
* Nevada Local Team Lead
* Fieldwork Coordinator
* Outreach, Media & PR Coordinator
* Grantwriter & Donations Coordinator
* BLM & State Government Liaison
* Artists & Art Projects Lead
* Biology/Ecology Leads

Volunteers Needed During Event:
* Energetic & creative participants
* Restoration Crew Leaders
* Naturalists & Environmental Educators to lead field trips
* Volunteer drivers with vehicles
* Drivers authorized to drive Burning Man vehicles
* Photographers and Videographers

For more information, check out the link from the burningman.com home page. To volunteer or sign up for a field trip, email restoration.

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It’s the first of June and Rat’s Bikes are open to all Burners who live 1,000 miles or more from Reno. {If you’re unfamiliar with Rat’s Bikes, see Burning Man Update V8:#25:04.23.04, or write me for details at: nv_desert_rat }
This year I also have a unicycle and an adult trike available. These are the only bikes that will require a deposit.
If you can’t pick up and return the bikes in Sparks, just east of Reno, or if you don’t live at least 1,000 miles away, please don’t ask for a reservation!
A few bike racks for use on cars will be free for use, while they last.
I still have roughly 100 bikes available, but I can’t guarantee for how long, so if you still need wheels for the playa, don’t delay too long!
Again, the bikes are $40.00 USD each and I accept personal checks or Paypal. For complete info, write me at the address above. Thanks!

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Marilyn Price or Trips for Kids writes: To find affordable, recycled bikes for Burning Man visit Re-Cyclery, a bike thrift store operated by Trips for Kids. Re-Cyclery is located at 610 4th Street in San Rafael, California, and is open Tuesday – Friday noon – 6 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. Each year Trips for Kids takes hundreds of inner-city kids from the Bay Area on guided mountain bike adventures, many of whom have never been outside of their urban neighborhoods. In 1999 Trips for Kids became a national program. There are now 38 chapters from coast to coast, with more in the works. More info:

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Calling Miss Texas and Miss New York! Calling Miss Disorient, Miss Thunderdome, Miss TOA, and Miss HOTD!

It’s time to take beauty out of the hands of corporate America and back into the eyes of the beholder. At the 2004 Burning Man, Asylum will hold the First Annual Miss Black Rock City Beauty Pageant. Participation is open to all men and women, all sexual preferences or identities, all theme camps, villages, tribes and tents.

Come help celebrate your tribe’s uniqueness and beauty: be yourself, wear what you want, and help put a face to your camp and to represent the best of Burning Man. To make this event a success, Asylum would like to see contestants from all the theme camps. It would be wonderful if each theme camp / village / region was represented at the pageant, so that the full spectrum of identities that comprise our city can be appreciated at one event, at one time on the playa.

The competition will begin on Thursday, September 2 with a preliminary event, which will include contestants running an obstacle course carrying trays of beverages. The Prelims are open to all, with 10 finalists (and five alternates) moving on to the main competition on Friday, September 3. The Pageant will feature the Dustwear (instead of swimwear) competition, the Illumination wear (instead of evening gown) competition, as well as interviews and a Talent competition where contestants can show-off their creativity and uniqueness.

Full event info at goldbergs.com/mbrc ; for more info or to suggest/donate prizes write StacycatS at MissBlackRockCity.

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All these happenings and more are on our YEAR-ROUND CALENDAR. Check it out to find (or post!) upcoming events in your city. burningman.com/calendar/yearround

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The National Arts Club
15 Gramercy Park South
Wednesday June 9th at 8pm.

Participate in a unique multi-media presentation and open forum conversation with five New York artists (Saul Melman – Jadu Beta; Leo Villareal and Carter Emmart – Bok Globule; Kate Raudenbush – Observer, Observed; Anakin Koenig) who will share current works-in-progress to be exhibited this summer at Burning Man. Come learn about the elaborate behind-the-scenes production that goes into the creation of the art that you will experience this summer on the playa. This event is a benefit for a new large-scale sculpture by Saul Melman, co-creator of ‘Johnny on the Spot’ Burning Man 2003. For more information contact: saulmelman

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Come to LOVE & ABYSS to support everyone’s favorite thunderdome, THUNDERDOME.

DNA Lounge, 375 11th Street, San Francisco
Thursday, June 10th
$15 cover
21+ with ID

the sounds of Gavin Hardkiss (aka Hawke)
multimedia artist Justin Young
& the delicious cacophony dancers

dutch (thump radio)
joe radio (death guild)
decay (death guild)
mitch (meat)
special appearance by Diva Marisa

silent auction all night at the thunderdome info station

vending by rhiannon jewelry & retro diva

1st 20 in the door receive fight voucher
$30 donation will let you officiate 1 fight
$50 will get you 2

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Firefly is back! And YOU are invited to make it happen!
What: Music – Art – Food – LNT – Camping – Fire – Isolation – Participation – Stumps – Community – Bugs – Rain?
Who: you! Come participate- play, sing, dance, build, interact.
When: June 17-20
Where: The Green Hills Of Vt. [3.5hrs north of Boston. Directions will be mailed to registered participants only.]

Firefly is not an event where we present scheduled activities. Instead, we all do whatever we please: play drums, build sweat lodges, spin fire, paint bodies, talk to squirrels, dance with beavers, create video, play banjos, spin records, play with friends, and meet tempting strangers.

If you have a theme camp, band, installation or anything else you’d like to contribute, please get in touch with the coordinators early: firefly.

For more info or to participate: chaoshacker.org/firefly

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Saturday, July 3rd and Sunday, July 4th
$20 presale, ($40 at the gate)
Presales will begin in 3 weeks, at la-burningman.com, and will end Thursday, July 1st.

Proceeds will be donated to the Black Rock Arts Foundation (BRAF) blackrockarts.org, and the LA – Burning Man Regional community.

There will be:

– desert camping in the middle of a national park, on private land (we can do as we please)
– two areas with music- including the Mutaytor, Wolfie, and many other artists and DJ’s
– Musicians and DJ’s from all our communities- Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, San Diego and San Francisco
– 3 waterfalls 1/2 a mile from the site – you can go swimming!
– showers are 3 bucks, and there are RV HOOKUPS
– A DJ time slot where YOU bring your music, and we play it for you
– there is a RESTRAINT and a BAR ON SITE
– The Bouncey Bouncey BM Theme Camp will host a chill area
– From San Diego, Mark Hinkley and XARA will be involved with decorations
– YOUR BM Theme Camp – if you email us back
– and YOU!… having a blast!

We are taking over a motel in the middle of a nearby desert. There is ample theme camp space, and then a small motel with all facilities- bathrooms, showers, food, water right on site.

THIS IS A COMMUNITY EVENT. Just like Burning Man, we are taking a chunk of land, and building our own town for a weekend.

This is the perfect testing ground for all your Burning Man gear. Work out the bugs BEFORE you take it to the Playa! You can bring friends who are on the fence about going, it will be all the fun of the Playa, with a ton of creature comforts. It’s an easy drive 2 1/2 hours outside of Los Angeles. For those coming from other cities, Santa Barbara is about 2 1/2 hours drive, Las Vegas is about a 3 hr drive, San Diego is about a 4 1/2 hour drive, San Francisco is 6 hrs away, and Phoenix is about a 7 1/2 hour drive.

We will be out at the site on Friday, setting up. You’re welcome to come early, and get the weekend started on Friday. On Saturday, at noon, the event officially starts, the sound systems begin, and the town is created.

The $20 ticket price does not include accommodations. You have several options. Camping is $10, RV empty spaces are $15, RV space WITH HOOKUP is $25, and there may be a few motel rooms available for $80 a night. More on that soon.

If you’d like your theme camp represented, or you’re an artist that would like to feature your particular brand of art, art car, or any other Burning Man related projects, please contact us at la@burningman.com and we’ll take it from there.

No need to worry about what to do with your 4th of July weekend. We’ve taken care of it for you! All you need to do is be there!!

“as your advisor, i suggest you rent a convertible. You should get all your fabulous costumes. You should proceed at high speeds out to a

desert oasis, and party like a rock star. As your advisor, i suggest that you radically express yourself, take care of your own, and LEAVE NO TRACE.”

Links and contact information:
la – Twan, LA Burning Man Rep. – (all music lineup and theme camp questions go to Twan)
djwolfie – Wolfie (all sound system technical questions, venue questions and promotion questions go to wolfie)
campjumpstart – paynie – (email him and offer to volunteer! we need you. even if its just for 2 hours during the weekend.)


The LABM Events Team

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1. First Amendment Mob #10 and COUNTING
2. Help the Church spread the word to London!


note from the rev —

The pleasure of reciting the single sentence which is the 1st Amendment, when you’ve repeated it, say, ten times, is hard to describe. Let’s call it FREE-FEELING.

Take your cellphone and call someone out in the world who has the words in front of them. They can prompt you as you insidiously bring this radical seed of freedom to Ground Zero.

Places are made by words, and the words that claimed 9/11 have created havoc around the world. We must replant Ground Zero with the seed-words from our Constitution.

How to do it: Runs from 6:30pm-7pm EVERY TUESDAY

Come with your cellphone to the WTC Path Station on the northeast corner of Ground Zero, across from Trinity Church. Come down the steps and don’t say hello to us — just call someone and begin the words. Say them conversationally, any way they come out is good. If police follow you, ignore them; there’s nothing they can do.

You can get in the stream of commuters in order to give them the whole sentence. You can stand still and let them catch a single phrase. At the end, we gather to recite together rhythmically for a while, and then at 7 PM, we stop. Sometimes we talk for awhile. After all, one of our freedoms is “peaceable assembly.”

Here it is: “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.”

2. Your Choir needs WINGS to cross the Pond:

Help us (25 Singers and a Preacher) fly to London. We’re $4,000 short. We’re passing the plate — any $5 helps a lot. Give to the church and your soul feels light and breezy. Please mail money in any form to REVEREND BILLY PO 1556 NYC 10013.

Tax write off opportunity: Write the check to “Franklin Furnace” and mail to 45 John Street, NYC, 10038.

Rev Billy and the Church of Stop Shopping

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{Soundtrack to this JRS: “Triplets of Belleville” soundtrack}

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