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Is there a "non drug or weed" camp at Roskilde ?


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Written on: 26.02.2010 19:36
Catia
Posts: 1
I seek a camp who does not smoke weed og use drugs.. Anyone ? icon_redface.gif
Written on: 27.02.2010 16:32
Psykruuse
Posts: 241
Apparently not icon_razz.gif


Hehe, well I do neither, just alchohol. However I think in most camps there wil be someone who smokes weed.
Written on: 27.02.2010 17:10
Jeltz
Posts: 25
It really depends on the people you camp with. It looks like most camps do drugs though, but I'm betting if you camp at one of the more quiet zones you're less likely to find drugs.
Written on: 27.02.2010 18:07
Deleted user We don't do drugs or cannabis, except for alcohol and caffeine. I'm the only smoker, and I'm pretty courteous when it comes to rainy years where we're tarped in. However we're also a super-exclusive-secret-location-low-profile-elite camp, so...

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Written on: 28.02.2010 10:10
Lord Beef Jerky
Posts: 1507
Lots of camps don't do either. In our camp nobody does drugs, but half of us smoke weed however. Can't see how this matters however, as the ones that don't just don't... there's a very relaxed vibe about anything in our camp, and we let everybody act the way they want to. Well, as long as there's noone who takes a piss at our tents or try to light our camp on fire, but that's a different story...
Written on: 28.02.2010 23:52
USlander
Posts: 367
Good luck finding a camp or anywhere at Roskilde where someone is not smoking something! Europeans think it is their God given right to smoke anywhere! It's one of the things I hate the most about Europe! You cannot escape people smoking, and they are too self absorbed to realize that their smoking effects everyone around them!
Written on: 01.03.2010 08:00
Lord Beef Jerky
Posts: 1507
Ooh, I just love being stereotyped icon_biggrin.gif
Written on: 01.03.2010 12:44
B.
Posts: 663
Would be a nice idea for an Agora maybe? Smoke/drugs free or even completely straight edge.

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Written on: 01.03.2010 12:55
JockeyFullOfBourbon
Posts: 892
USlander skrev:

Good luck finding a camp or anywhere at Roskilde where someone is not smoking something! Europeans think it is their God given right to smoke anywhere! It's one of the things I hate the most about Europe! You cannot escape people smoking, and they are too self absorbed to realize that their smoking effects everyone around them!


this is so stupid that I don´t even wanna comment on it!... oh shoot! I just did!
Written on: 01.03.2010 16:54
Martin
Posts: 47
What about sex?
Would sex also be prohibited in that camp?
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Written on: 02.03.2010 18:32
EmilMark
Posts: 765
Martin skrev:

What about sex?
Would sex also be prohibited in that camp?
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I'd say it alreaddy is, due to the "no drugs" thing... icon_rolleyes.gif
Written on: 16.03.2010 14:14
the bandit
Posts: 129
straight edge vegan camp would only allow licking nourishment off rocks
Written on: 18.03.2010 09:51
Lord Beef Jerky
Posts: 1507
the bandit skrev:

straight edge vegan camp would only allow licking nourishment off rocks


Or shadows.
Written on: 25.03.2010 09:10
Jim Daggerthuggert
Posts: 637
USlander skrev:

Good luck finding a camp or anywhere at Roskilde where someone is not smoking something! Europeans think it is their God given right to smoke anywhere! It's one of the things I hate the most about Europe! You cannot escape people smoking, and they are too self absorbed to realize that their smoking effects everyone around them!


Gosh darnit, then stay in the US, where you have the liberty to do as the goverment want's you to.

And talking about effecting everyone around them: The USA failed to adopt the greatest international agreement for the reduction of greenhouse gases, the Kyoto Protocol, which has been accepted by nearly every other country. This is despite the fact that the USA is by a massive margin the world's biggest polluter and very disproportionately so.

"Compromise, conformity, assimilation, submission, ignorance, hypocrisy, brutality, the elite. All of which are American dreams"

-RATM

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Written on: 25.03.2010 09:46
Lord Beef Jerky
Posts: 1507
Jim Daggerthuggert skrev:

USlander skrev:

Good luck finding a camp or anywhere at Roskilde where someone is not smoking something! Europeans think it is their God given right to smoke anywhere! It's one of the things I hate the most about Europe! You cannot escape people smoking, and they are too self absorbed to realize that their smoking effects everyone around them!

And talking about effecting everyone around them: The USA failed to adopt the greatest international agreement for the reduction of greenhouse gases, the Kyoto Protocol, which has been accepted by nearly every other country. This is despite the fact that the USA is by a massive margin the world's biggest polluter and very disproportionately so.


That's not really very important... let's talk about tobacco again.
Written on: 27.03.2010 14:13
MasterMaster
Posts: 1462
Lord Beef Jerky wrote:

Jim Daggerthuggert wrote:

USlander wrote:

Good luck finding a camp or anywhere at Roskilde where someone is not smoking something! Europeans think it is their God given right to smoke anywhere! It's one of the things I hate the most about Europe! You cannot escape people smoking, and they are too self absorbed to realize that their smoking effects everyone around them!

And talking about effecting everyone around them: The USA failed to adopt the greatest international agreement for the reduction of greenhouse gases, the Kyoto Protocol, which has been accepted by nearly every other country. This is despite the fact that the USA is by a massive margin the world's biggest polluter and very disproportionately so.


That's not really very important... let's talk about tobacco again.


Well it`s just as dangerous than tobacco. Even more when thinking about the environment
Written on: 27.03.2010 22:46
Lord Beef Jerky
Posts: 1507
Mastermaster skrev:

Lord Beef Jerky skrev:

Jim Daggerthuggert skrev:

USlander skrev:

Good luck finding a camp or anywhere at Roskilde where someone is not smoking something! Europeans think it is their God given right to smoke anywhere! It's one of the things I hate the most about Europe! You cannot escape people smoking, and they are too self absorbed to realize that their smoking effects everyone around them!

And talking about effecting everyone around them: The USA failed to adopt the greatest international agreement for the reduction of greenhouse gases, the Kyoto Protocol, which has been accepted by nearly every other country. This is despite the fact that the USA is by a massive margin the world's biggest polluter and very disproportionately so.


That's not really very important... let's talk about tobacco again.


Well it`s just as dangerous than tobacco. Even more when thinking about the environment


Haha, I guess irony fails to be translated into written words in this case.
Written on: 28.03.2010 09:56
Deleted user
Lord Beef Jerky wrote:

Mastermaster wrote:

Lord Beef Jerky wrote:

Jim Daggerthuggert wrote:

USlander wrote:

Good luck finding a camp or anywhere at Roskilde where someone is not smoking something! Europeans think it is their God given right to smoke anywhere! It's one of the things I hate the most about Europe! You cannot escape people smoking, and they are too self absorbed to realize that their smoking effects everyone around them!

And talking about effecting everyone around them: The USA failed to adopt the greatest international agreement for the reduction of greenhouse gases, the Kyoto Protocol, which has been accepted by nearly every other country. This is despite the fact that the USA is by a massive margin the world's biggest polluter and very disproportionately so.


That's not really very important... let's talk about tobacco again.


Well it`s just as dangerous than tobacco. Even more when thinking about the environment


Haha, I guess irony fails to be translated into written words in this case.


This is why I've been trying to introduce sarcasm green.

Maybe we can add irony teal...

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Written on: 28.03.2010 12:40
MasterMaster
Posts: 1462
Emilius wrote:

Lord Beef Jerky wrote:

Mastermaster wrote:

Lord Beef Jerky wrote:

Jim Daggerthuggert wrote:

USlander wrote:

Good luck finding a camp or anywhere at Roskilde where someone is not smoking something! Europeans think it is their God given right to smoke anywhere! It's one of the things I hate the most about Europe! You cannot escape people smoking, and they are too self absorbed to realize that their smoking effects everyone around them!

And talking about effecting everyone around them: The USA failed to adopt the greatest international agreement for the reduction of greenhouse gases, the Kyoto Protocol, which has been accepted by nearly every other country. This is despite the fact that the USA is by a massive margin the world's biggest polluter and very disproportionately so.


That's not really very important... let's talk about tobacco again.


Well it`s just as dangerous than tobacco. Even more when thinking about the environment


Haha, I guess irony fails to be translated into written words in this case.


This is why I've been trying to introduce sarcasm green.

Maybe we can add irony teal...


Haha, well now i feel stupid banghead.gif
Written on: 28.03.2010 15:36
Oliver
Posts: 90
USlander skrev:

Good luck finding a camp or anywhere at Roskilde where someone is not smoking something! Europeans think it is their God given right to smoke anywhere! It's one of the things I hate the most about Europe! You cannot escape people smoking, and they are too self absorbed to realize that their smoking effects everyone around them!

Generalize much?
Written on: 28.03.2010 22:19
USlander
Posts: 367
I am really not generalizing. Europeans as a whole smoke way more than Americans do and they start at a much younger age. You have almost no anti-smoking laws, and can smoke in bars, restaurants, clubs and just about everywhere. Smokers in general never consider the people around them. Such as there could be a person eating lunch on a park bench, a smoker will come sit next to them and start smoking. Never once thinking about how their cigarette smoke is affecting the other person-right next to them! My personal favorite is the person who smokes while walking in front of several other people down the street, as his smoke is blown directly into all of their faces. In our camp more than half the people smoked. To escape this I deliberately would sit away from them, yet new smokers would either arrive or change places and once again I would be stuck with a smoker near me. You comment on how it's bothering you and the most they would do is blow the smoke away from you, if they even do that! Which doesn't do any good anyway as smoke travels whichever way the wind carries it that moment. A courteous person would put out their cigarette or move away from the non smokers completely. But like I said smokers really are selfish people only concerned about their next fix ( and cigarette smokers do act like junkies in that regard). I happen to come from one of the few states in the US where you cannot legally smoke in most public places, but in Europe it really is a free for all and it is more ingrained into European culture. You cannot avoid it and if you do ask people not to smoke around you, they act as if you asked for their first born child or something. The next time you guys are out and about, pay attention to how many people are smoking around you and their ages. or better yet, think about how young you were when you started smoking and ask yourself if that is not a problem?

Also how many people who answered this thread are actually smokers themselves?

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Written on: 29.03.2010 00:49
Martin Horn Pedersen
Posts: 1273
USlander skrev:

I am really not generalizing. Europeans as a whole smoke way more than Americans do and they start at a much younger age. You have almost no anti-smoking laws, and can smoke in bars, restaurants, clubs and just about everywhere. Smokers in general never consider the people around them. Such as there could be a person eating lunch on a park bench, a smoker will come sit next to them and start smoking. Never once thinking about how their cigarette smoke is affecting the other person-right next to them! My personal favorite is the person who smokes while walking in front of several other people down the street, as his smoke is blown directly into all of their faces. In our camp more than half the people smoked. To escape this I deliberately would sit away from them, yet new smokers would either arrive or change places and once again I would be stuck with a smoker near me. You comment on how it's bothering you and the most they would do is blow the smoke away from you, if they even do that! Which doesn't do any good anyway as smoke travels whichever way the wind carries it that moment. A courteous person would put out their cigarette or move away from the non smokers completely. But like I said smokers really are selfish people only concerned about their next fix ( and cigarette smokers do act like junkies in that regard). I happen to come from one of the few states in the US where you cannot legally smoke in most public places, but in Europe it really is a free for all and it is more ingrained into European culture. You cannot avoid it and if you do ask people not to smoke around you, they act as if you asked for their first born child or something. The next time you guys are out and about, pay attention to how many people are smoking around you and their ages. or better yet, think about how young you were when you started smoking and ask yourself if that is not a problem?

Also how many people who answered this thread are actually smokers themselves?


U got so many facts wrong that I allmost gave up.

First of all, we gots lots of laws i Denmark about it, u cant just say europa.. we are not one fucking country we are over 50.
But Roskilde is in Denmark so it is the law here there is relevant.
You are not allowed to make advertising for smokes.
You have to be 18years old to buy smoke in Denmark(Same age you are allowed to vote, drive a car and so on)
You are NOT allowed to smoke at bars, cafe, resturant unless the place is under 40 square meters (if it is biger there need to make a seperat room just for smoking)
You are not allowed to smoke in trains, hospitals and so on

So stop ure whining and get ure faces straiten out.

And no I dont like ppl smokeing in my face, but most smokes will never do that deliberately, so u just sounds like a spoild little anti-smoke....

And no I dont smoke, I have never smoken a cigarette.. but yes I have spoked weed at Roskilde(and other places)
Written on: 29.03.2010 01:57
anno
Posts: 273
USlander skrev:

I am really not generalizing. Europeans as a whole smoke way more than Americans do and they start at a much younger age. You have almost no anti-smoking laws, and can smoke in bars, restaurants, clubs and just about everywhere. Smokers in general never consider the people around them. Such as there could be a person eating lunch on a park bench, a smoker will come sit next to them and start smoking. Never once thinking about how their cigarette smoke is affecting the other person-right next to them! My personal favorite is the person who smokes while walking in front of several other people down the street, as his smoke is blown directly into all of their faces. In our camp more than half the people smoked. To escape this I deliberately would sit away from them, yet new smokers would either arrive or change places and once again I would be stuck with a smoker near me. You comment on how it's bothering you and the most they would do is blow the smoke away from you, if they even do that! Which doesn't do any good anyway as smoke travels whichever way the wind carries it that moment. A courteous person would put out their cigarette or move away from the non smokers completely. But like I said smokers really are selfish people only concerned about their next fix ( and cigarette smokers do act like junkies in that regard). I happen to come from one of the few states in the US where you cannot legally smoke in most public places, but in Europe it really is a free for all and it is more ingrained into European culture. You cannot avoid it and if you do ask people not to smoke around you, they act as if you asked for their first born child or something. The next time you guys are out and about, pay attention to how many people are smoking around you and their ages. or better yet, think about how young you were when you started smoking and ask yourself if that is not a problem?

Also how many people who answered this thread are actually smokers themselves?


wow, that's moronic enough to almost be funny, gotta give you credit for that... icon_eek.gif
Written on: 29.03.2010 12:01
Lord Beef Jerky
Posts: 1507
USlander: "I am really not generalizing. Europeans as a whole smoke way more than Americans do and they start at a much younger age."

That is pretty much the definition of generalizing.

USlander: "You have almost no anti-smoking laws, and can smoke in bars, restaurants, clubs and just about everywhere."

That's just not true.

USlander: "Smokers in general never consider the people around them."

It might be a long time ago... but didn't you say something about you NOT generalizing?

USlander: "Also how many people who answered this thread are actually smokers themselves?"

Not me.

It seems like you're just blurting out a lot of untrue facts here. While there most definitely are more european smokers than american ones (well, at least people that admit being smokers), I can't come over the fact, that many american consdier Europe as one big country. But then again, consider this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fJuNgBkloFE

EDIT - something's wrong with the quoting-html system here.

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Written on: 29.03.2010 22:04
Herbert
Posts: 69

I am really not generalizing. Europeans as a whole smoke way more than Americans do and they start at a much younger age. You have almost no anti-smoking laws, and can smoke in bars, restaurants, clubs and just about everywhere. Smokers in general never consider the people around them. Such as there could be a person eating lunch on a park bench, a smoker will come sit next to them and start smoking. Never once thinking about how their cigarette smoke is affecting the other person-right next to them! My personal favorite is the person who smokes while walking in front of several other people down the street, as his smoke is blown directly into all of their faces. In our camp more than half the people smoked. To escape this I deliberately would sit away from them, yet new smokers would either arrive or change places and once again I would be stuck with a smoker near me. You comment on how it's bothering you and the most they would do is blow the smoke away from you, if they even do that! Which doesn't do any good anyway as smoke travels whichever way the wind carries it that moment. A courteous person would put out their cigarette or move away from the non smokers completely. But like I said smokers really are selfish people only concerned about their next fix ( and cigarette smokers do act like junkies in that regard). I happen to come from one of the few states in the US where you cannot legally smoke in most public places, but in Europe it really is a free for all and it is more ingrained into European culture. You cannot avoid it and if you do ask people not to smoke around you, they act as if you asked for their first born child or something. The next time you guys are out and about, pay attention to how many people are smoking around you and their ages. or better yet, think about how young you were when you started smoking and ask yourself if that is not a problem?

Also how many people who answered this thread are actually smokers themselves?



With europeans, do you mean russians?
Obviously there are some smokers who don't care about nonsmokers at bus stops and such, but I find it hard to believe that that never happens in any state in the US.

(btw, I do not smoke)

(stupid forum, if a moderator reads this: quote doesn't work, probably because quotation marks are translated to " in the [ quote='nick' ] ? )

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