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  • We have this draconian masterpiece. :p

    WOW and I thought we had it bad. It seems to me that have it down to the clothes you wear. That really sucks…. I am sorry to hear that.

    The CJA’s definition of a vehicle is something i have always found somewhat amusing….

    “Any vehicle, whether or not it is in a fit state for use on roads, and includes any chassis or body, with or without wheels, appearing to have formed part of such a vehicle, and any load carried by, and anything attached to, such a vehicle;”

    i was kind of a part of em:def

    they finally did pass “The Rave Act”

    Judging from some of the stories in the EM:DEF link,there is some kind of backlash against these “nonsensical laws”,with various courtrooms blocking or overturning said laws.
    Are these isolated cases,or part of a larger movement against The Rave Act?

    i guess passing the rave act wasn’t enough

    This is utterly ridiculous, and could have serious negative effects on our scene.

    RAVE ACT II!!! But worse


    This Act may be cited as the `Ecstasy Awareness Act of 2003′.


    Section 416 of the Controlled Substances Act (21 U.S.C. 856) is amended by adding at the end the following:

    `(c) Whoever profits monetarily from a rave or similar electronic dance event, knowing or having reason to know that the unlawful use or distribution of a controlled substance occurs at the rave or similar event, shall be fined not more than $500,000 or imprisoned not more than 20 years, or both. If the defendant is an organization, the fine imposable for the offense is not more than $2,000,000.’.

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    It takes 2 secs…please help!!! -(c)Frodus (travis)






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