this is how we party in France ... Electromind 2009

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Post by oblioblioblio » Mon Aug 03, 2009 10:38 pm

I just watched the first one and found it pretty horrific.

there's a guy who I assume got gassed and is stumbling around and tripped over. the one cop/security guy kicks him when he's down. he stumbles around completely helpless until a kind soul rushes over to help him, and this guy is rewarded for his kindness by being bundled to the ground.

probably not the first time this has happened. guess just an unfortunate mixture of agressive people/police, bad organisiation, slightly confused drunk/etc people.

Really sad to see though.

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Post by oblioblioblio » Mon Aug 03, 2009 10:50 pm

Dragonsand wrote:I hate saying that but...

I say it by the way...

France is really not the place to be for electronic music (and for a lot of other things)

No clubs, bad music, arrogant, intolerant people (fear of the difference), I become really sad of my native country.

I'm not astonished when I see these videos.
That's sad. I think there are many places like this.

In England you can find this attitute in many places, but luckly here there are places to go for people who do not like this sort of thing.

It must be hard to grow up in that place. To be able to enjoy a party in a friendly well oragnised environment without this horrible agression (thugs in civlian clothes and police clothes) is an important thing.

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Post by Hugues31 » Tue Aug 04, 2009 8:09 pm

Dragonsand wrote:I hate saying that but...

I say it by the way...

France is really not the place to be for electronic music (and for a lot of other things)

No clubs, bad music, arrogant, intolerant people (fear of the difference), I become really sad of my native country.
That's sad to say but i kinda agree with your statement :?

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Post by miroslav » Sat Aug 08, 2009 8:25 am

:shock: oh my...looks like fun...

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Post by upekah » Sat Aug 08, 2009 12:43 pm

oh my gosh... that's pretty much sad :(
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Post by mlexicon » Sun Aug 09, 2009 2:25 am

sh!t i wish we had a party worth raiding. come to el paso texas and witness the sound of sh!t run rampant.
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Post by Spationauts » Wed Aug 26, 2009 10:20 am

Carl Smart wrote:
( imagine Hawtin or Dubfire fried up , because of a short circuit , not good for the scene hey )
that's a pretty controversial statement that you're making m'boy :roll:
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Richie Hawtin aka Circuit Breaker ? :lol:
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