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Myspace as a weapon of house destruction
Rampage
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December 2002
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Here. A girl decided to hold a party in her house while her mom was away without telling her. She posted in her Myspace inviting everyone to the party... around 200 persons showed up and destroyed the house.

-R

Mark Oates
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March 2001
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...ripping out light fittings, covering walls with graffiti and littering the floor with cigarette butts, beer cans, condoms and pools of vomit.

That sounds like one bad ass party. :P

CGamesPlay
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July 2002
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Those UK kids are so irresponsible. You'd never hear about something like that in Uncle Sam's house!

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jhuuskon
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April 2000
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Yeah, had that happened in the US, the kid's mama would've suddenly come back and thought the house is being overrun by burglars and looters and taken the AK-47 she kept in her car for safety and mowed the fuckers.

You don't deserve my sig.

piccolo
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January 2003
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when is the next one i'm going to it >:]

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Thomas Fjellstrom
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June 2000
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when is the next one i'm going to it >:]

Whats your address? I'm sure I can get someone to post an announcement on their MySpace page :)

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Mokkan
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February 2004
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That's some pretty crazy stuff. Guess it's not a good idea to post party invitations on MySpace...

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Yeah, had that happened in the US, the kid's mama would've suddenly come back and thought the house is being overrun by burglars and looters and taken the AK-47 she kept in her car for safety and mowed the fuckers.

Damn straight! ;)

piccolo
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January 2003
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No it would have been different if a guy through the party. Or if the girl had an older bother.

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Jonatan Hedborg
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July 2004
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You think a 17 year old guy could have kept 200 people from destroying the house? Let's face it, posting a party invitation on the largest community in the world is almost Darwin-award worthy.

HoHo
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April 2004
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Last autumn our president's teenage daughter had a party in the presidents palace. Luckily they didn't destroy it, just made a huge mess and provided lots of material to the newspapers :)

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piccolo
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January 2003
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You think a 17 year old guy could have kept 200 people from destroying the house? Let's face it, posting a party invitation on the largest community in the world is almost Darwin-award worthy.

a 17 year old guy has lots of mates that would have been the first ones at the party. ill let you guess the rest of it.

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Neil Black
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October 2006
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In America the 17 year old guy could just whip out his AK-47 while a couple of his buddies handle the M-60. Only need three people to control a crowd of 200.

Marco Radaelli
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December 2002
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:o

CGamesPlay
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July 2002
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And you Britons don't think your police men need guns ::)

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LennyLen
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December 2004
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In America the 17 year old guy could just whip out his AK-47 while a couple of his buddies handle the M-60. Only need three people to control a crowd of 200.

Yeah, but in America, the 200 "guests" would have brought their own assault rifles.

gnolam
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March 2002
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CGamesPlay said:

And you Britons don't think your police men need guns ::)

In their defense, when the British police carry guns they shoot innocent people 7 times in the head.

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Jakub Wasilewski
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June 2003
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In their defense, when the British police carry guns they shoot innocent people 7 times in the head.

Accidentally.

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SonShadowCat
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September 2001
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The joke that all Americans are armed and stupid is getting a little old people...

LennyLen
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December 2004
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The joke that all Americans are armed and stupid is getting a little old people...

Ok, so we'll take out the bit about being armed.

Rampage
Member #3,035
December 2002
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Ok, so we'll take out the bit about being armed.

That bit made me laugh out loud. ;D

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And "all americans are armed" is not much of a joke, either.

-R

Dustin Dettmer
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October 2003
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Article said:

Rachael Bell, 17, was detained on suspicion of causing criminal damage and questioned at a police station ...

Thats just funny... What a horrible mother.

LennyLen
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December 2004
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Thats just funny... What a horrible mother.

I'm assuming that in the UK, like here (NZ law is essentially the same as British law), Police will prosecute even if the mother doesn't wish to press charges.

Neil Black
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October 2006
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LennyLen said:

Yeah, but in America, the 200 "guests" would have brought their own assault rifles.

Yeah, I thought of that after I posted.
So I went out and bought myself a MetalStorm

CGamesPlay
Member #2,559
July 2002
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So I went out and bought myself a MetalStorm [youtube.com]

What a worthless weapon. It will defend nicely against exactly one target, but past that, uh, you have no ammo.

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Neil Black
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October 2006
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You still have ammo in the other barrels. And because it's electronically fired you can set it to fire off only a few at a time.

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