August 10th, 2012  |  Filed under Playa Tips

(Possibly a) Public Service Announcement – Leave No Trace!

August 10th, 2012  |  Filed under Playa Tips

Useful information comes out of this. It’s also made of tasty marzipan.

The other week a high ranking member of BMIR’s staff got very drunk at my place.

“Caveat!” he said, “You know what you should do?  You should write some Public Service Announcements for BMIR!”

He tried to take it back the next day, but it was too late.  I work fast.

Since then I’ve heard that my PSAs will have to be screened for things like “Accuracy” and “Relevance” – so you might not hear them on the playa.  So I thought I’d preview them here.  You know – to be helpful.  You can’t keep a public service down.

Today’s lesson:  Leave No Trace!

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Enjoy!  Learn more about leaving no trace here, and if there’s a topic you’d like me to produce a PSA for, drop me a line.

Caveat is the Volunteer Coordinator for Media Mecca at Burning Man.  His opinions are in no way statements of the Burning Man organization.  Contact him at Caveat (at) Burningman.com


3 Responses to “(Possibly a) Public Service Announcement – Leave No Trace!”

  1. Nathan Aaron Heller Says:

    Hi Caveat,

    I don’t see any link or hyperlink to click to hear the PSA?

    Nathan

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  2. Kallie3000 Says:

    I can’t see a link to the PSA either – how do I listen to this???!

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  3. Caveat Magister Says:

    Huh – I always got one when I looked at this. But sometimes I think my computer lies to me because it loves me so much. When, I ask you, when, will machines finally embrace cold human logic?

    Anyway, I think the problem’s been fixed – you should be able to listen now.

    Thanks so much!

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