Burning Man, Pershing County settle suit with deal

Burning Man organizers have agreed to pay the Pershing County sheriff's office more than $600,000 a year over the next 10 years for security and other services at the annual counter-culture festival in the Black Rock Desert.

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retired51 - 11/12/2013 3:34 PM
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Paladin unless their doing it in your back yard...shut-up!!!! Nevada has gaming and legal brothels and your worried about this! Get a clue!

Cornelius - 11/12/2013 10:47 AM
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Dude, for the last time, nobody is asking you to go. Unless that's reverse psychology you're using there. In that case, Paladin, do you wanna go to Burning Man? No one will judge you there.

Paladin - 11/12/2013 10:19 AM
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Does that mean we're going to be stuck with these idiots for another 10 years? Why can't they go back to Californicationville where they fit in with all the geeks and freaks from the bay area. Way, Way too counterculture for me and most Nevadans. As a Nevadan and a Libertarian, I believe in people's freedom to do what they want, but there has to be a line. The money all the local businesses get from the burners is not worth the horrid reputation Nevada has for allowing the lurid week long sex and drug show to occur. PLEASE go back to the land of geeks and freaks.
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