Quoted in the NY Times! Yip!

Got quoted in the New York Times! That’s kinda fun!
Associated Press
Organizers of the Burning Man festival, which traditionally culminates with an effigy bonfire, began using a lottery system this year.
    “This is a Burning Man cataclysm,” said Mick Jeffries, 46, a ticketless graphic designer from Lexington, Ky. “The people who did not get tickets are the people who make Burning Man captivating.”
    For several years Mr. Jeffries has been a lead organizer of the Kentucky Fried Camp, a group of several dozen Burners who serve up a daily breakfast of fried baloney and shots of bourbon (free, of course, since Burning Man operates on a “gift economy”).
    The camp had big plans to add deep-fried Twix bars to the menu this year, but only two people who entered the lottery got tickets — not the quorum needed to run the kitchen.

    FULL ARTICLE — Burning Man Ticket Lottery Problems Anger Regulars – NYTimes.com

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