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Written on: 11.07.2012 23:29
Macho
Posts: 153
http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/01381/US_soldiers_1381520c.jpg

Maybe we should ask these guys to help us insert some law an order on Roskilde... Sounds like y'all would love that... And I know those guys hate young punks as well!
Written on: 11.07.2012 23:47
Saturnus
Posts: 3048
Macho wrote:

Maybe we should ask these guys to help us insert some law an order on Roskilde... Sounds like y'all would love that... And I know those guys hate young punks as well!


Fail troll is fail.
Written on: 12.07.2012 00:08
Macho
Posts: 153
Saturnus wrote:

Macho wrote:

Maybe we should ask these guys to help us insert some law an order on Roskilde... Sounds like y'all would love that... And I know those guys hate young punks as well!


Fail troll is fail.


You think i'm wrong? Btw with that picture I would be careful with who I named trollicon_wink.gif
Written on: 12.07.2012 09:43
Axel
Posts: 26
interesting thread here. this was my first RF since 99 (before that 90 and 96 - 98 ). I was so happy to be in Roskilde again and I loved it. Generally still an overwhelming atmosphere of friendliness and respect. My friends who were with me, were there the first time and often were just speechless. We stayed at J and were very happy there, lively at day, not too noisy at we night so we could have some sleep when we wanted to. Brilliant people around us, of all ages.
Also, I agree, that the crowds and the bands usually connect nicely and therefor there are really good concerts. In contrary to at least on of the big festivals in Germany (Hurricane) I have been at last year and where people tend to rather just consume the shows. In Germany you have to go to the smaller festivals to have a truly musicloving crowd, I think.

Yet, when I think about it, some developments should be stopped: There was a camping chair stolen at our camp, a girl from another camp complained about their camp having been raided (she said she was particularly hurt because this was Roskilde and she did not expect that here), some others reported about more fights than usual. And I must say: It is kind of funny to walk throuph the other camping areas (someone described it as mayhem ), but it is excessive indeed what is happening there. the waste, the loud music 24/7. Partyloving Friends of us stayed at P, and on Friday they looked like there were about to leave because they could get no sleep.

My suggestions:
- Make Silent and Clean bigger, or rather have more of them. Why not have all of P as a S + C? These areas, I suppose, particulary attract the people, young and old, who radiate the atmosphere Roskilde is known for.
- Ban the big sound systems.
- and, yes, have no apollo techno stages at the camping grounds. That was not respectful to the people staying there, RF.

[This article was edited 3 times, at last 12.07.2012 at 09:47.]


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