Rave party draws thousands

Clad in a bikini top and denim shorts, 19-year-old Rebecca Young didn't seem to notice how under-dressed she was for the 50-degree Redlands weather Saturday night. Full Story
Rave Killer

Riverside, CA

#1 Mar 15, 2009
To all of the "sober ravers" who posted so many comments to the previous articles I say.......you are all liars. Here is an article done by a left leaning and cop hating newspaper which exposes the truth about the extensive drug use at these raves. The truth of the matter is that 99% of everyone attending a rave is a drug using self absorbed moron.
Watchdog

Rialto, CA

#2 Mar 16, 2009
WHY was this event allowed to happen?! There is massive drug use, as cited in the newspaper article, at these so-called "raves". No wonder we have so many problems with today's youth! Drug usage runs rampant and--literally--goes unchecked, almost sanctioned it seems, by law enforcement! Jeez. I consider the managers and owners of this drug-den to be just as guilty as all the "ravers" on drugs. Bust them all. We don't need this element in the Redlands community. Period.
Jack

Stevenson Ranch, CA

#3 Mar 16, 2009
Sorry, I just cannot support even the very idea of these rave events. The sole purpose is to gather fellow drug abusers together to listen to music that can only be appreciated by way of drugs. Bad decisions while under the influence at these type of events are almost a 100% guarantee of some kind of disaster. But, I guess Redlands got some tax bucks and the amusement park will make some money on promotion of depravity.
economy

Highland, CA

#4 Mar 16, 2009
yeah its sad to see a buisness open in the inland empire.. arrests were made, the fines will help the county too....
Miss Smarty

Fairport, NY

#5 Mar 16, 2009
economy wrote:
yeah its sad to see a buisness open in the inland empire.. arrests were made, the fines will help the county too....
Philisophically excellent comment!
Tax Fiend

Loma Linda, CA

#6 Mar 16, 2009
So the rave was about $20 per person x 6,000 partygoers for about $120,000 for just admission. Then I'm sure the promoters sold lights, pacifiers and other non-food related items for a couple hundre/thousand more in revenue. So I'm sure the promoters will be paying the tax 7.75 % that will go back to the community? If not then that would be illegal ;) I wonder if they are looking into the tax reporting from the last raves and seeing if they paid/reported this in their taxes ;P If not that would be illegal. Also clubs/businesses in other cities requires a valid photo ID for adult admission otherwise they can be such down for letting minors into adult oriented events. Taking teenagers, I'm sorry, adults for their word still wouldn't give them admission. In other cities of course.
WatchDog

Pomona, CA

#7 Mar 16, 2009
Sounds like a good event, but where are the pictures of the 1/2 naked women. Come on Sun, do show us!

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