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URL icon « Reply #15 on: August 22, 2019, 10:50:31 PM »

FOM .. I really like the way you think!  I take it you also know a thing or two about the majic of Prime Numbers Wink... we should talk sometime at next years Fest.

As for the OP on tarp sizes .. I was just curious if others thought it a topic worth discussing ... and y'all proved me right :)

I am of the opinion that there should be no 'sense of entitlement' attributed to any with 'historical precedent' ... something I'd gleaned from some of the responses.  At the end of the day; it IS all about having a good time and propagating the divinity of experiencing the magic of TBF. 

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URL icon « Reply #16 on: September 10, 2019, 09:35:10 AM »

Again, not blaming the camps for anything ... especially the incidents re: people getting in my face while dancing up front.  Neither occasion involved a camp.  The common denominator in both incidents seemed to arise out of a sense of "entitlement" by some festival-goers who apparently felt they amassed some sort of authority to orchestrate the position of others in a GA environment by virtue of having invested time (or money) in the tarp line.  At least this was my take.

This scenario is really troubling, and is a great reason to skip certain other festivals where entitled whiners think they can control your fun.

If you want to sit and watch a show, go see a movie.  Going to a concert and complaining that someone in front of you is dancing to the music is the height of ridiculousness to me. 
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