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.
long sad ramble primarily written to kill time
I think I need to get sober again.
"Chaos is what killed the dinosaurs, darling."