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That's so cool. When I was in high school I attended Woodstock for the 1st time. I still dream about the freedom that I experienced and marvel at the peace that we shared with the thousands of punk rockers and so called 'delinquents'. I also remember bumping into an undercover cop who told me and my friend to snitch on anyone smoking weed. I bought a book on anarchy and was surprised to read that it's purpose was for liberty. Films like Mad Max, as cool as they may be brainwashed me and millions to believe that anarchy's purpose is for the rule of violence and destruction. Thanks for who you are and what you do and for always pulling the trigger..

i think the mexican village you covered is more freedom than this 1 week project. living together gets complicated at least after week 2. #resourcedistribution

Nope, burning man is totally centralized, they sell tickets and make rules. In fact you have to make a profile to buy tickets. Buying a $425 ticket to an event is not anarchy.
https://tickets.burningman.org/

One burner calls it "THE MOST DANGEROUS PLACE TO DO OR SHARE DRUGS IN THE USA."

In his article Burning Man is a POLICE State | 13 MUST Follow Rules