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    Anonymous

    hi there ravers. me and the missus love parties. we wolud love to go to illegal raves but always aware of them when there done. can anyone help in finding out when dues are on in the east anglia area pleeeeease??????
    would be most gratefull..:horay:

    #1071551
    K_trina
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    heavy1104 wrote:
    hi there ravers. me and the missus love parties. we wolud love to go to illegal raves but always aware of them when there done. can anyone help in finding out when dues are on in the east anglia area pleeeeease??????
    would be most gratefull..:horay:

    OB.

    #1071547
    General Lighting
    Moderator

    don’t worry K_trina – the only cops we’ve had on here actually posting have been totally blatant and posted on behalf of the police asking for a rave not to go ahead!

    we do check the board every so often to see who is doing what and why….

    but we have to strike a balance between security and not discouraging newbies out of paranoia.

    Cops do not often need to carry out “deep cover” sting operations when most raves can be discovered by noise levels, CCTV and/or nosey neighbours watching for vehicle convoys, particularly in areas which are repeatedly targeted. and if they really wanted to get a partyline they can also arrest one of the chavs who attends raves for some unrelated crime such as twoc or fighting; then go through his mobile phone directory when he is locked up. How many people store partylines in their phones with the rig names?

    Many people are either young and want to start partying – or older and returning to the lifestyle after the start of a long-term relationship where you may be concentrating on spending time with your partner or building up a home

    or they may have kids and wanted to spend the first 5 years with them before getting babysitters to look after them for the occasional weekend.

    I found myself going from being an experienced raver to a newbie in one month when I moved area.

    Had I not been well known on this board and in other rave circles people would have been understandably wary of my own requests for info…

    as for heavy1104 and any other new posters, the best way of avoiding suspicion is to say a bit more about the music styles you like; which other events you have attended in the past – oh, and raves aren’t illegal until they have caused the neighbours annoyance and distress. Some raves are private parties which are within the law…

    #1071552
    K_trina
    Participant
    General Lighting wrote:
    don’t worry K_trina – the only cops we’ve had on here actually posting have been totally blatant and posted on behalf of the police asking for a rave not to go ahead!

    we do check the board every so often to see who is doing what and why….

    but we have to strike a balance between security and not discouraging newbies out of paranoia.

    Cops do not often need to carry out “deep cover” sting operations when most raves can be discovered by noise levels, CCTV and/or nosey neighbours watching for vehicle convoys, particularly in areas which are repeatedly targeted. and if they really wanted to get a partyline they can also arrest one of the chavs who attends raves for some unrelated crime such as twoc or fighting; then go through his mobile phone directory when he is locked up. How many people store partylines in their phones with the rig names?

    Many people are either young and want to start partying – or older and returning to the lifestyle after the start of a long-term relationship where you may be concentrating on spending time with your partner or building up a home

    or they may have kids and wanted to spend the first 5 years with them before getting babysitters to look after them for the occasional weekend.

    I found myself going from being an experienced raver to a newbie in one month when I moved area.

    Had I not been well known on this board and in other rave circles people would have been understandably wary of my own requests for info…

    as for heavy1104 and any other new posters, the best way of avoiding suspicion is to say a bit more about the music styles you like; which other events you have attended in the past – oh, and raves aren’t illegal until they have caused the neighbours annoyance and distress. Some raves are private parties which are within the law…,

    hehehe I was only joking! 😛

    Those numbers I gave you made things ny easier?

    #1071548
    General Lighting
    Moderator
    K_trina wrote:
    hehehe I was only joking! 😛

    its an old dirtycircus/SJ joke – OTOH we do get a lot of people who like to play vigilanté (even known people to be hassled at raves because they arrive on their own or look “different” and people assume they are cops).

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    Those numbers I gave you made things ny easier?

    thanks for those -hopefully should be out this weekend! :bounce_m:

    #1071550
    elraveon
    Participant

    we wolud love to go to illegal raves

    this is a worrying term that is increasingly being used and often not countered anymore.

    There is a difference between licensed and unlicensed and not all unlicensed parties are illegal, some are, some are not but wanting to go to an illegal rave probably is illegal and I would also guess promoting illegal activities is also illegal.

    imo several rigs and people have fallen foul of this misconception and the ramifcations of this wrong interpration and I fear its as a big threat to freeparties

    #1071553
    K_trina
    Participant
    General Lighting wrote:
    its an old dirtycircus/SJ joke – OTOH we do get a lot of people who like to play vigilanté (even known people to be hassled at raves because they arrive on their own or look “different” and people assume they are cops).

    thanks for those -hopefully should be out this weekend! :bounce_m:

    Sayfe. Well my pics on another thread on this forum, if ya see me at a party come say ello innaaat!:)

    #1071549
    sinner69
    Participant

    ACAB…..:you_smart

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