Hip-hop, heat fill up Rock the Bells

There are 12 comments on the Aug 21, 2010, San Bernardino County Sun story titled Hip-hop, heat fill up Rock the Bells. In it, San Bernardino County Sun reports that:

Hip-hop legend Rakim greeted audience members at the Guerilla Union 2010 Rock the Bells hip-hop festival with style.

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dupontchevy

Beverly Hills, CA

#2 Aug 22, 2010
Next to rap, hip-hop is the most god-awful music there is.
Darn

San Diego, CA

#3 Aug 22, 2010
Holy cow, look at that line-up! I haven't seen a concert since Wu-Tang 10 years ago because I'm not much of a concert person, but I would SO have wanted to go to this!:(
Too Loud

Lake Arrowhead, CA

#5 Aug 22, 2010
To quote to SUN ... It"s not like what you hear on the radio. What a waste of our peace.
muchonignogs

Redlands, CA

#6 Aug 22, 2010
the watermelon stand did brisk business.
dupontchevy

Beverly Hills, CA

#7 Aug 22, 2010
Darn wrote:
Holy cow, look at that line-up! I haven't seen a concert since Wu-Tang 10 years ago because I'm not much of a concert person, but I would SO have wanted to go to this!:(
And I would SO like to beetch-slap you.
Concerned Citizen

Brea, CA

#8 Aug 22, 2010
dupontchevy wrote:
Next to rap, hip-hop is the most god-awful music there is.
Well then I hope you stayed your lame self at home! Dont be ignorant about music that you obviously dont understand. Maybe you should do a little more research before you open your mouth and judge someone. I'm assuming you would be one of those to throw the first stone. How about you just hush your mouth and keep it moving towards things that you enjoy and let others be.
dupontchevy

Redlands, CA

#9 Aug 22, 2010
Concerned Citizen wrote:
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Well then I hope you stayed your lame self at home! Dont be ignorant about music that you obviously dont understand. Maybe you should do a little more research before you open your mouth and judge someone. I'm assuming you would be one of those to throw the first stone. How about you just hush your mouth and keep it moving towards things that you enjoy and let others be.
How was the watermelon?
Mountain Man

Lake Arrowhead, CA

#10 Aug 22, 2010
Glad to see thousands enjoyed this event. I enjoyed being delayed an hour (trying to get home from Riverside to Lake Arrowhead) on the freeway because of it. And when I finally got off the freeway the surface streets were a mess as well. The promoters should pay everyone who was not going to the concert that got stuck on the freeway and the City of San Bernardino for police services. The Orange Show needs to shut down. It keeps on scheduling concerts that cause trouble- Rap, Punk and Rave concerts. San Bernardino does not need that kind of crap in the city. Concerts like this are a burden on the city and taxpayers. It needs to stop.
Pat Olivas

Redlands, CA

#11 Aug 22, 2010
Mountain Man wrote:
Glad to see thousands enjoyed this event. I enjoyed being delayed an hour (trying to get home from Riverside to Lake Arrowhead) on the freeway because of it. And when I finally got off the freeway the surface streets were a mess as well. The promoters should pay everyone who was not going to the concert that got stuck on the freeway and the City of San Bernardino for police services. The Orange Show needs to shut down. It keeps on scheduling concerts that cause trouble- Rap, Punk and Rave concerts. San Bernardino does not need that kind of crap in the city. Concerts like this are a burden on the city and taxpayers. It needs to stop.
Change your name to Mountain Whine-baby, a man doesn't sob like you do.
Concerned Citizen

Brea, CA

#12 Aug 22, 2010
Between Mountain whiner and the Redneck Chevy. You guys should be glad that something actually came to san Bernardino and actually pulled in people from all over California instead complaining about traffic and music types. These events bring money into the city. quit b*TCHING!!! stay your @$$ at home if you dont like it or dont want to be inconvenienced.
The Truth

Huntington Park, CA

#13 Aug 22, 2010
I wonder about how bad that traffic was.
Holly Lou Ya

San Diego, CA

#14 Aug 23, 2010
dupontchevy wrote:
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And I would SO like to beetch-slap you.
Really? Would that be before or after you wipe the pizza sauce off of your protruding beer gut? I can see you now, as the sweat glistens off your acne-scarred face, illuminated only by the glow of your computer screen, which you likely camp in front of day in and day out, as you lead your pathetic life of solitude in the tiny, dank back bedroom of your elderly parents’ house. You become giddy with excitement when you finally get your only opportunity at daily social interaction – the chance to blissfully drum away on your keyboard with a pathetic, feeble riposte worthy only of a slight shaking of the head and rolling of the eyes. Here’s a little piece of advice: Get a life; OR if you still insist on making asinine comments to my posts, at least make them witty and/or entertaining.

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