Burner Principles vs. the Native American 10 Commandments

We posted recently on the local Paiute tribe’s views about Burning Man and Symbiosis Gathering. We have also discussed some Burners’ cult-like worship of the 10 Principles that would make Moses look like a part-time pot-puffing pavement pastor.

So we think it’s relevant to consider some alternative principles, that are easier and better for Burners to live by. Like this:

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What do you think? Let’s open the dialog about this – which of their principles make a Burner? What are the most important? Are there others, like barbarianism,  that are more true descriptions of a Burner? Are there other principles we could use to express the Burner ethos more succinctly and universally?

 

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