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MiNdHaBiTs
01-26-2008, 01:13 PM
please no strollers this year.... i know we are all hippies and all but i think coachella can do with out the family of four rolling by.....thats what disneyland is for

boarderwoozel3
01-26-2008, 01:16 PM
its all good imo

BROKENDOLL
01-26-2008, 01:41 PM
please no strollers this year.... i know we are all hippies and all but i think coachella can do with out the family of four rolling by.....thats what disneyland is for
Yah, but today's strollers will be future Coachella rollers...

marfawkah02
01-26-2008, 02:12 PM
i think coachella welcomes all . . if you want to exclude them, you might as well make it a racists thing and say no latinos and black people either. loser, cry on myspace.

ayates
02-01-2008, 02:42 PM
Yah, but today's strollers will be future Coachella rollers...

Not if the lineup continues on a downward spiral.

ayates
02-01-2008, 02:43 PM
i think coachella welcomes all . . if you want to exclude them, you might as well make it a racists thing and say no latinos and black people either. loser, cry on myspace.

NO BLACKS, NO LATINOS, NO JEWS

We don't take kindly to them kind around here.

rage patton
02-01-2008, 02:48 PM
please no strollers this year.... i know we are all hippies and all but i think coachella can do with out the family of four rolling by.....thats what disneyland is for

Nazi. Get out my Coachella.

What have the people in strollers done to you?

amyzzz
02-01-2008, 03:29 PM
fail

Lurker_in_a_tree
02-01-2008, 03:36 PM
Baby strollers don't belong anywhere where there's a mass of people.
Especially at a music festival. You're nuts if you think it's OK for people to bring babies to Coachella. For god's sake get a fucking sitter.

That being said I don't think I've ever noticed seeing a baby stroller at Coachella.

JustSteve
02-01-2008, 03:57 PM
then open your loser eyes, there are quite a few kids around every year. and pretty much every time i see families they are hanging out on the fringes of the crowd, not shoving their way to the front. i personally hate when groups walk 10 wide, taking up the whole walking path. how about we make a rule that only couples can go so there isn't that issue. i also hate when people are laying in the grass so I have to walk around them...no more lying around, you must be on your feet the whole time you are at the show unless you are at a table. see how stupid that sounds?

MiNdHaBiTs
02-01-2008, 04:10 PM
Baby strollers don't belong anywhere where there's a mass of people.
Especially at a music festival. You're nuts if you think it's OK for people to bring babies to Coachella. For god's sake get a fucking sitter.


THANK YOU!

i dont know how this become a racist thing. I was referring to the three year old thing.

amyzzz
02-01-2008, 04:12 PM
You are intolerant assholes.

Sexecutioner
02-01-2008, 04:13 PM
i agree, leave the kids at home. it really does annoy the fuck out of me when people bring their little kids. nothing worse than trippin your balls off in the sahara and then seeing a little 6 year old go walkin by. kind of ruins my buzz.

and that goes for everywhere, not just coachella. i fuckin hate it when my friends bring their kids to our parties. its like, i know you want to hang out with everybody, but you should have though of that before you popped one out. we are gettin drunk and stoned, and they think its a fine place to bring their kid. some places are not good for children, especially places where people are getting fucked up. coachella fits this description. get a fuckin sitter.

ATamreLion
02-01-2008, 04:16 PM
You are intolerant assholes.

Somebody likes babies... Maybe too much.

ayates
02-01-2008, 04:44 PM
No pedophiles either.

MarkO
02-01-2008, 05:00 PM
No Irish, No Blacks, No Dogs

Lurker_in_a_tree
02-01-2008, 05:00 PM
you're honestly gonna tell me that it's reasonable to bring a baby to a 3 day festival with ear splitting loud music, heat in the 100s, and 60,000 people running around getting fucked up? I don't get where I'm intolerant. It's just a really, really bad idea.

Sexecutioner
02-01-2008, 05:02 PM
yea, it has nothing do with being intolerant. it has to do with being a good parent and having respect for your fellow concert goer.

MiNdHaBiTs
02-01-2008, 05:02 PM
i agree, leave the kids at home. it really does annoy the fuck out of me when people bring their little kids. nothing worse than trippin your balls off in the sahara and then seeing a little 6 year old go walkin by. kind of ruins my buzz.


EXACTLY. I knew i wasnt alone. half the people on here wont let you say one bad thing about coachella like it was blasphemy or something . i dont think coachella is god but maybe heaven......fuck

smoke
02-01-2008, 05:10 PM
i can see bringing the kids during the day...you know, check out the art, eat lunch, chill on the grass and listen to bands from the back..

after that, have someone come pickup the kid, or just go home. coachella at night is no place for children

amyzzz
02-01-2008, 05:20 PM
People will bring their children, and they have a right to do it. Also, kids 5 and under are free.

suprefan
02-01-2008, 05:28 PM
please no strollers this year.... i know we are all hippies and all but i think coachella can do with out the family of four rolling by.....thats what disneyland is for

Ill make sure my kids puke in your beer for good measure.



If I had any kids that is...

rage patton
02-01-2008, 05:44 PM
At Vegoose this year, I met this guy who had his two sons with him. They were like, 3 and 5. He brought them straight up to the barrier for Cypress Hill. I thought that was a little fucked up. He also brought them close up to front for QOTSA.
He also said he wasn't a Daft Punk fan, so he left after QOTSA. Man his kids are going to hate him in the future. "You took me too Cypress Hill, but not fuckin Daft Punk!?!?!?"

Back on topic. I think anyone who brings in kids are kinda of psychotic... but hey, its their right. They never did anything to me, so who am I to stop them.

MonsoonSeason
02-01-2008, 10:33 PM
Ill make sure my kids puke in your beer for good measure.



If I had any kids that is...

I'll puke in his beer in place of your nonexistent child

dontfeedthebird
02-01-2008, 10:34 PM
I'll puke in his beer in place of your nonexistent child

And I'll hold your nonexistent hair back while you do so.

MonsoonSeason
02-01-2008, 10:36 PM
fuck I miss that hair

MonsoonSeason
02-01-2008, 10:36 PM
there are only two things in life worth talking about

and one of them is hair and proper hair treatment

boarderwoozel3
02-01-2008, 11:11 PM
No Irish, No Blacks, No Dogs
NO IRISH!?!?!

Hater...

MonsoonSeason
02-01-2008, 11:12 PM
damn, I'm out

Sexecutioner
02-01-2008, 11:20 PM
i can see bringing the kids during the day...you know, check out the art, eat lunch, chill on the grass and listen to bands from the back..

after that, have someone come pickup the kid, or just go home. coachella at night is no place for children

i completely agree with this. while i dont like partying with kids around, i also understand that if i had a kid, i would want to expose them to some cool shit too. but that being said, you have to know the right time and place. i think taking your kid around during the day isnt so bad, but know when to say when. go check out the big bands on the main and outdoor stages during the day, nothin wrong with that.

but i heard of some dude last year taking his little kid on his shoulders into the pit at rage. and while part of me thinks that that little kid is the luckiest little bastard in the world, the other half of me thinks that as a parent, that is one of the most dangerous places you could take a little kid. i mean, ive spent a fair share of times in pits, and up in front packed like sardines, and theres one thing i can tell you...if i brought a child into this world, there is no way in hell i would risk taking him into a place like that at such a young age.

sorry, i think i got a little off topic. my point: show some common sense as a parent and get your kids out of our party zones!

boarderwoozel3
02-01-2008, 11:39 PM
Coachella probably isn't the most wholesome, family friendly place on earth. If people want to bring their kids its their call.

Partying around kids is a bit sketchy. Kinda a buzzkill for me too.

Ardentbiscuit
02-02-2008, 06:23 AM
I feel that people can bring their kids to Coachella at their own risk. If I had kids I personally wouldn't want them around a bunch of people getting wasted on all kinds of stuff. Who knows what could happen.

As for strollers, the people with strollers at Disneyland are deadly. They will run you down and back over you to make sure you are dead with their stroller. It's worse than the movie Death Race 2000.

The only place I think has no place for kids is Las Vegas strip casinos. They tried a family push and it didn't work. Most places in a casino kids aren't allowed to be yet people will defy it every time I am in Vegas and fight with security. So pointless.

For example, I saw a guy trying to gamble with his under 10 year old kids at a Black Jack Table. Security asked him to take his kids out of there. He refused and security forcibly removed him.

Another woman I saw at another casino was trying to take her stroller across the Mandalay Bay Casino. Security told her no but she insisted on fighting and they made her leave the casino.

I saw another guy try to take his kids into topless show at the MGM. Security told him no and he went insane.

One time when I was staying at the Luxor I was trying to sleep at 4 AM and these kids next door to me where screaming. They wouldn't be quiet even when my friend and I knocked on the door so we called security. Turns out the parents left the kids alone in the room while they were drinking and gambling somewhere else on the strip. Security called the Police and the parents were arrested.

Memorial_07
02-02-2008, 06:41 AM
what a bad generalization.
we are not all hippies.
maybe we have the mentality, but we aren't just straight-forward hippies.

Memorial_07
02-02-2008, 06:43 AM
i can see bringing the kids during the day...you know, check out the art, eat lunch, chill on the grass and listen to bands from the back..

after that, have someone come pickup the kid, or just go home. coachella at night is no place for children

Your pretty mich right.
However, as long as the kids are strayed away from the Sahara at night, they should be fine. And if they watch the mainstage acts from the food booths they should also be fine

amyzzz
02-03-2008, 04:31 PM
Has anyone even seen a whole lot of kids at Coach? I've seen maybe 4 or 5 there per day. It's not like a whole lot of parents choose to take their kids.

sandra85
02-03-2008, 06:47 PM
I agree that kids probably shouldn't be taken to Coachella, but not because it's annoying. It's cute seeing parents expose their kids to a music atmosphere at a young age. Coachella, however ... the heat alone should be enough to keep the kids at home during the day. If some adults can't put up with it, kids will have less of a chance. I'm sure they're kept hydrated, but that doesn't mean they're comfortable in the heat. If they're old enough to walk for hours ... fuck, I get tired walking at Coachella, I can't imagine little ones.

Generally, though, it's more fun when a person doesn't take their kids. They should try as much as possible to find a sitter because, unless they don't want to let go for a few hours, it's a hassle having to take care of another person when they're trying to have fun. They're more free to do what they want. I don't have a problem with kids being there, though. Like it's been said before, it's not like that many kids go.

paganman7
02-04-2008, 09:09 AM
When my daughter turns 10, you can bet your ass I'm taking her to Coachella...you fuckers are pathetic.

NiceArthur32
02-04-2008, 09:32 AM
bring your kids, ALL OF THEM, little boys and girls...

make them wear swim wear too.. cuz it gets really hot...

and bring them by my tent, so uncle artie can say "hello"

;)

petty
02-05-2008, 11:35 AM
I think no one should go except me(with VIP), less then 6 friendly people who are secure with themselves (whatever color/age/sex/political views I don't care), the musicians, staff, and food vendors. Could be a fantastic experience. I'm still going to have a good time anyway...but would be better.


NO BLACKS, NO LATINOS, NO JEWS

We don't take kindly to them kind around here.

Cpt. Funkaho
02-05-2008, 12:00 PM
Why do people keep bumping this fucking thread? Let it die.

Lurker_in_a_tree
02-05-2008, 02:40 PM
lol @ people who bump threads and then complain about people bumping the same thread.