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blah [07 Dec 2005|05:56am]

[ mood | curious ]

hey id love to revamp this community if the founder would like to give it up ;D no pressure. just no one posts anymore and id like to try and wake it up again.

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Yuck. [02 Dec 2005|04:38am]

[ mood | pissed off ]

Was gunna roll this weekend but gotta fuckin work. Figures. Well theres always next weekend.

Anywho, I recently tried this lightbulb that the dude claimed was 'triple stacked'. What do you guys think. I personally think he was full a shit cause it didn't even feel like a double. Thoughts?

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[14 Oct 2005|03:16pm]

hey, im making a cd to roll to and i need good song ideas that are not all techno. please help!
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October-Tech by Out of the Blue Productions [26 Sep 2005|03:10pm]

October 01 (Saturday) - October-Tech by Out of the Blue Productions (North of Los Angeles)

Event starts at 10PM on the 1st of October, and ends at sunrise! Privately owned outoor location!!! 18+ event!!!!! Expect a drug free environment.

Appearances by:

DJ Altitude & Matt Ward (Socal Tribe, Generator UK),
DJ Thumper (OOTB)
DJ VyK (OOTB) and XoM! +Suprise guests!

Full on lights, fog, high quality visual and sound equipment! $10 at location, $35 for VIP. VIP includes: Backstage pass, free non-alcoholic drinks all night, and GlassWare gift items! Genres: Psy-Trance, UK House (European Imports), Break Beats, Chicago House, Progressive House, Nu NRG, Electro! Sound setup by Lt. Shadow! Infoline 661.600.2633
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FREE DAY EVENT! THIS SUNDAY! SO.CAL! [20 Aug 2005|05:31pm]

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Timeslots for Celebrate Summer (Room 1)--- 10:00a - 6:30p

Used & Abused Vs. Baco Brothers (5:00-6:30)
eTron Vs. Mouse (4:00 - 5:00)
Yoyo Vs. DarkStarr (3:00 - 4:00)
Orise Vs. Ghettoblaster AKA Munky (2:00-3:00)
Liquid NRG Vs. Wires (1:00 - 2:00)
Phusion Vs. Citrus (12:00-1:00)
2b Happy Vs. Logos (11:00-12:00)
DJ Wallis Vs. DJ Inabox vx. Distinct (10:00 - 11:00)

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What's it cut with??? [30 May 2005|03:35pm]

[ mood | curious ]

does anyone know of a site that you can to that will let you look up whats in a pill.

(I remember going to a site one time, and just typed in the color, and the stamp...and it posted what it was cut with)

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[27 Mar 2005|08:53pm]

Do you liquid?
I spent the past day making a community for liquiding, light shows, "Fire Spinning", "glow sticking" what ever you wanna call it. (dont ask why it took so long, i have no idea either) If you like to liquid go ahead and join. Id like to see the community pick some posts. im posting in a couple other communities like this one. .. PLEASE post :) (so much for not sounding desperate)
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[11 Mar 2005|10:52am]

I'm dropping E tonight.
A question: what settings have you done x in and what was most fun? I've done it tons of times (er..100?) so I'm no stranger to the effects, but I've mostly done it at clubs and raves, wheras now I'm stuck in a college dorm and I'm only getting out of work at 11 pm, so I don't have time to go to a proper club. I'm doing it with one friend.
would you say going to parties with stupid drunk people and potentially stupid but loud music is more fun? or sitting in a room and listening to trance and being all meditative? or running around talking to random people on the (freezing) streets? thanks...
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HI [03 Dec 2004|12:41pm]

[ mood | blah ]

Is anyone in this group from nyc?
im me sometime i need new people to hang wit :)

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Green Robinhoods and Red Spidermen. [01 Aug 2004|08:13pm]

Last Friday night I took a Green Robin Hood, I would reccomend them. This past Friday I took a Red Spiderman. It had too much heroin in it for my liking. If I wanted to be smacked out, then I would of just shot up. I was pretty pissed off. What is the world coming to nowadays? I've never eaten a red bean that I've liked before.
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[17 Jul 2004|10:06am]

hey everybody! its me, LOVELY_HATRED. i had to change my screen name because someone got into my account and pissed me off. anyway, how has everyone been?!?!
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[07 Jul 2004|09:32pm]

I have after-roll blues. Or maybe it's just normal blues coming to a head again because life is stressful. Either way, I could use a hug.
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[06 Jul 2004|05:19pm]

I had the pleasure of rolling on the 4th, free of charge. The pills were yellow and had the silhouette of a naked chick on them. They took a good while to kick in, but they were good. I would reccomend and take them again, although I fucked my mouth up pretty bad. Stupid braces!
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[17 May 2004|01:33am]

Sorry I update in her so much, but I just get so bored. We got some blue "Music Notes" last weekend that did me good. I'm trying to space out my rollin because it seems like it's just not doing the same thing to me that it used to. Anyone had anything good happen to them lately?
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[11 May 2004|01:47am]

Wow, where is everybody? Hardly anyone ever updates in this community. So, how's everyone been? I hope great. I know that I don't know any of you personally, but still, I everything's good!

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[04 May 2004|10:29pm]

I haven't rolled in.... ummm... about 2 months!@#$% it's kind of good to stop for a while though, it makes it fun again. Anyway, does anyone here live in mass????

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[27 Apr 2004|09:58pm]

Wow. That's all I can say about those Chocolate Chip rolls. Wow. Those were awesome! I rolled for sooo long. It was about 20 of us at this roll party and everyone had a Chip. We had the best time. I might have to say that this roll was the best I've ever had... and I've had a lot. Just thought I'd let everyone know! ♥
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[26 Apr 2004|01:50am]

I got these Chocolate Chip rolls. Anyone know anything about them? I've had people tell me that they rolled for 2 days on them...
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what the fuck? [17 Apr 2004|01:37pm]

Wow. I'm so amazed that people can be as ignorant as they are. Look at the community this chick is trying to push. What a fucking clown. I was reading some of the entries in it and it totally fucked with my head. I'm going to hang myself now.

-jenny crank
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'Raving Lunacy' [08 Apr 2004|10:08pm]

[ mood | awake ]

By Glenn Harlan Reynolds

We're at war. The people in charge of running the war say that we have to trust them: trust their integrity, and trust their judgment.

But how can we trust our government to spot terrorists when it thinks that glow sticks are items of "drug paraphernalia?"

This sounds like a joke, but it isn't. Last year, the Department of Justice and the DEA tried to prosecute concert promoters in New Orleans under the federal "crackhouse law." That law makes it a felony to maintain a building or facility for the purpose of drug consumption. Traditionally, the law has been applied to places that are, well, crack houses. But — calling glow sticks and bottled water "drug paraphernalia" — then-U.S. Attorney Eddie Jordan attempted to jail three New Orleans concert promoters by reasoning that (1) people come to raves; (2) people who come to raves sometimes use drugs; (3) concert promoters must know this (especially in light of the presence of "drug paraphernalia"); and so, (4) a rave must be an event that takes place "for the purpose of drug consumption" under the law.

The federal district court made short work of this claim, dismissing the charges and calling them a violation of the First Amendment. But that hasn't stopped our drug warriors.

Now Sen. Joe Biden, D-Del., has introduced a bill (the "Reducing Americans' Vulnerability to Ecstasy Act of 2002," cutely called "the RAVE Act"), also sponsored by Sens. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., and Richard Durbin, D-Ill. The bill would essentially write into the crackhouse statute the same approach already rejected by the district court in New Orleans. According to The Washington Post:

When he introduced the bill in June, Sen. Joe Biden, D-Del., said "most raves are havens for illicit drugs," and congressional findings submitted with the bill label as drug paraphernalia such rave mainstays as bottled water, "chill rooms" and glow sticks.

My three-year-old nephew is fond of bottled water and glow sticks, and usually needs a "chill room." Presumably Biden regards him as a dangerous criminal.

The RAVE Act should, all by itself, serve to explode Democratic claims that it's only the Republicans who pose a danger to civil liberties: nothing in the Bush administration's anti-terror plans would criminalize bottled water. Unfortunately, the RAVE Act (what is it with these cutesy acronyms, anyway?) also suggests that there's a lot of raving going on in Washington — raving lunacy.

The real story is that federal law enforcement efforts against ecstasy have proved impotent. Frustrated by this failure, they've targeted electronic music concerts ("raves") not because they're especially important targets (they're not) but because they're easy, and public, targets.

Unable to endure the continuing evidence of drug-war failure, the drug warriors are lashing out, hoping that the ignorant will be convinced that they're earning their pay. Congress is playing along because, basically, Congress isn't up to the job of riding herd on the massive drug-war bureaucracy.

The drug war has been a massive failure: a waste of money, of lives and of time. It's also been accompanied by extensive inroads on traditional American freedoms: property forfeitures, "no-knock" searches, expanded wiretap authority, and the destruction of financial privacy, to name just a few.

These are inroads that have served the agendas of bureaucrats but that haven't done anything to solve the problem that was claimed as their justification. And the drug war's combination of intrusiveness, corruption and ineptitude calls into question the government's ability to carry out the war on terrorism.

Will the drug war serve as a model for the war on terrorism? Some within the federal bureaucracy seem to think it should, and it's easy to understand why: The drug war may have been a disaster for America, but it has been a three-decade gravy train for bureaucrats. And if Congress can't ride herd on the drug war bureaucracy, it probably won't be able to oversee the terror-war bureaucracy either.

Not being a bureaucrat, I think the drug war is a terrible model. In fact, I think it's an argument against creating a Homeland Security bureaucracy at all. If we can't trust the government to tell a glow stick from a hypodermic needle, then I don't think we can trust it to tell the difference between an American and a terrorist.

I'm willing to support an invasion of Iraq and of other enemy nations like Saudi Arabia or Syria. I'm not willing to support an approach that will turn the United States itself into an occupied country — something the drug war crowd has come a long way toward doing on its own.

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