Accuracy Third Podcast Season 2: Episodes 13 and 14

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The Accuracy Third podcast is back with a second season of stories from Black Rock City. Join Rex, D-Day and Beth for stories from the individuals who make Burning Man happen, Theme Camp implosions, and so much grand failed art.

(Photo by David Eaves)

S02 E13 – On Thursday, It’s Birthday Thursday

A far-ranging conversation with our new friend and volunteer, Mother of Goats. (You’ll hear about her goat, Frank, in an episode next season.) The history of Camp Orphan Endorphin, created by and for strangers with no camp affiliation. A little about Hug Deli, and probably a little too much about Annie. (The musical. With Daddy Warbucks. ’cause Rex.) The importance of toilet paper. Don’t let just anybody play music at your camp. Also, church of the ceiling cat is an actual thing.

Trojan Horse by Douglas Bevans, 2011 (Photo by Ricochet)

S02 E14 – Hippies in Togas Smeared Across the Playa

Sueno, architect of the the g-d Temple of Promise, tells D-Day and Rex all about designing, building, and burning giant art at Burning Man. How the Trojan Horse LITERALLY put the cart before the horse. A great idea for a Theme Camp, what sketch-up is good for, and the Alien Siege Machine nearly kills its creators. We think you’ll probably experience more bugs at Regionals, even if there is a river. The overwhelming lightness of being Argentinian. Plus, you should read your ticket, because nothing is up to code in Black Rock City. Also, have you heard about Kickstarter? Apparently it’s a thing for funding, which is what we need, pleasies and thanks you! You can find out more about the incredible swag and gifts that can be yours right here.

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About the author: Jon Mitchell

Jon Mitchell

, a.k.a. Argus, was publisher of the Burning Man Journal, the Jackrabbit Speaks newsletter, and the Burning Man website from 2016 to 2019. He joined the Comm Team as a volunteer in 2010 and as year-round staff in 2014. He co-wrote a big story about spending 24 hours at the Temple of Juno in 2012. His first Burn was in 2008.