Scantily Clad People Reading Dr. Seuss. Just Let It Happen.

Dr. Seuss never seems to lose his relevance. His stories seem to evolve and grow as the people who read them do. His final book, "Oh, The Places You'll Go," captures life's inevitable ups and downs perfectly, and who better to explain this complex Seussian philosophy than the guest list at Burning Man? I mean, where else will you not get arrested for lighting enormous things on fire or engaging in a handstand fight?

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