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August 29, 2015 5:00 PM

Has Burning Man gone commercial?

Burning Man is nonprofit, but the activity around it churns a lot of cash

Wealthy customers paid $25,000 to fly there and for air-conditioned yurts and servants

Some companies, by selling services, violate some of the Ten Principles

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