Del Mar: Parents complain of drugs at Ziggy Marley concert

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Del Mar: Parents complain of drugs at concert

A group of parents say enforcement of marijuana laws has gone up in smoke at concerts held at the Del Mar Fairgrounds.

“I was appalled that marijuana smoking was being done so overtly with no attempt to hide it,” said a Carmel Valley resident who said he attended 16 concerts at the state fairgrounds this summer.

“I was offered a couple of doobies myself,” said another parent.

Yet another parent complained that vendors at the fair were selling purses, T-shirts and jewelry containing images of marijuana leaves.

District Agricultural Association Board agreed to consider the group’s request, including a possible ban on smoking at the fairgrounds, at a future meeting.

Source: Parents complain of drugs at shows

See, this is why I hate Suburbia.

Shocked at weed smoking at a concert? (A Ziggy Marley concert no less.) Come on, where were these parents during the 60’s and 70’s? During Woodstock?

We need to focus on real problems.

Now they are going to ban all smoking at The Del Mar Race Track. Makes sense.

We are really creating a culture of cry babies in this country.

This week’s sign that the apocalypse is coming.

And who calls joints “doobies”?

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2 Comments on "Del Mar: Parents complain of drugs at Ziggy Marley concert"

  1. The G Manifesto
    08/09/2008 at 4:52 pm Permalink

    True to everything you said, I hate how they choose to ignore that drugs are here and are schocked when they see it. They live in a bubble they made, and since when did they ever think drugs and music dont go together?


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