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Faces of Burning Man: Meet Dust-E, a.k.a. Bryce Chesterton. Following a move up the peninsula from Menlo  Park to San Francisco, Dust-E attended Burning Man for the first time last year when his startup,The Bored Room, “a dating and networking site for elite technologically-inclined professionals,” attended the festival for “team building” purposes. Having been spiritually awakened by his experiences, Dust-E vowed to attend again this year, with a flock of entrepreneurial scouts, or as he refers to them, “Webros,” in tow.  In describing his motives, Dust-E stated that Burning Man offers  “an escape from the monotony of catered lunches an on-site massages.” Additionally, Dust-E claims that the festival is a great way to “think and live outside of the box.” Dust-E’s hobbies include disc golf, slaying the stock market, getting yoked at 24 Hour Fitness, dropping beats over authentic hip-hop, artisanal cocktails, and glamping with his homies. You can find Dust-E and his free mind/free market cohorts  in R.V. Site 20 in the northeast corner of the Sillycon Valley Commune. 

OH.  MY.  GOD.

burningmanhateweek:

Faces of Burning Man: Meet Dust-E, a.k.a. Bryce Chesterton. Following a move up the peninsula from Menlo  Park to San Francisco, Dust-E attended Burning Man for the first time last year when his startup,The Bored Room, “a dating and networking site for elite technologically-inclined professionals,” attended the festival for “team building” purposes. Having been spiritually awakened by his experiences, Dust-E vowed to attend again this year, with a flock of entrepreneurial scouts, or as he refers to them, “Webros,” in tow.  In describing his motives, Dust-E stated that Burning Man offers  “an escape from the monotony of catered lunches an on-site massages.” Additionally, Dust-E claims that the festival is a great way to “think and live outside of the box.” Dust-E’s hobbies include disc golf, slaying the stock market, getting yoked at 24 Hour Fitness, dropping beats over authentic hip-hop, artisanal cocktails, and glamping with his homies. You can find Dust-E and his free mind/free market cohorts  in R.V. Site 20 in the northeast corner of the Sillycon Valley Commune. 

OH.  MY.  GOD.

When asking the server how the animal being served was prepared, no one seems to wonder whether that server has basic health insurance or whether that server is affected by the fact that the restaurant industry has one of the highest rates of sexual harassment and lowest rates of pay. When waxing poetic about the “salt of the Earth” farmers from which they buy their unpasteurized milk, no one seems to worry that an estimated 10 percent of American farm workers are children.

long sad ramble primarily written to kill time

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Andrew Phelps

Andrew Phelps

I think I need to get sober again.

Understand, I’ll slip quietly away from the noisy crowd when I see the pale stars rising, blooming, over the oaks. I’ll pursue solitary pathways through the pale twilit meadows, with only this one dream: You come too.
Ranier Maria Rilke (via girlinlondon)

"Chaos is what killed the dinosaurs, darling."

Heathers (1988)