July 29th, 2013  |  Filed under Playa Tips

PSA: How Do I Find My Friends at Burning Man?

July 29th, 2013  |  Filed under Playa Tips
They wouldn't last a day in the desert.

They wouldn’t last a day in the desert.

It’s tough out there in the desert.  You need your besties watching your back!

But what if you can’t find them?  What do you do?

Today’s Public Service Announcement is here to help answer that question!

You can listen below:

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If you need more information, here are some other recent PSA’s you might enjoy.

Leave no Trace!
Prepare for the Weather!
Cope with Traffic!
Meet the Theme Camps!
Where do I find the Internet?

Caveat is the Volunteer Coordinator for Media Mecca at Burning Man annoys bad people on behalf of organized crime.  His opinions are in no way statements of the Burning Man organization. Contact him at Caveat (at) Burningman.com


3 Responses to “PSA: How Do I Find My Friends at Burning Man?”

  1. Durian Says:

    A call to abandon those who know you for those who think you are wonderful precisely because they don’t know you.

    HA!

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  2. Lauren Carly Says:

    So when I want to introduce my new friends to my old friends I go to the Playa Info directory to find my old friends and other people with the same names as my friends. Then I meet someone wonderful in the playa info directory line and wander off with them to a knitting circle and end up teaching a perfect perfect stranger how to knit. It is just like that. Eventually I remember why i went to playa info, circle back, and hope any of my friends who have my survival gear have put their contact info in the directory so i can find them and my gear.

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  3. Señor Spamdump Says:

    Hilarious.

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