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photopinkpet said...

It seems like that already....what happened to the separation of church and state??? I believe that anyone & everyone has the right to believe whatever religion that they want to but that the state and laws should not be dominated or controlled by one religion or religious group. Its already screwed up that the laws/state are skewed by the individuals religion that they can't be just and non bias. we are looking at going back to the dark ages or to salem were people are persecuted for being of a different religion. Look how smart that wasn't this county founded on the beliefs of freedom of religion!???!!! Not, be a part of our religion or else......

June 30, 2012 at 4:13 a.m.
photopinkpet said...

StrongClosing this venue will not solve the gang violence in chattanooga! Closing it will not just punish the teens from these "teen parties" but will also punish those who use this venue for thier shows responsibly!!Strong These "teen parties" are a real problem they allow large numbers of teens to gather together and be unsupervised. These parties usually are shows for hip hop/rap acts that draw a large gang crowd. I dont really like to generalize but whenever there is a hip hop/rap show here in chattanooga there is almost always some sort of violence that accures, gang related or not. Punishing this venue for the gang violence that accured outside in the parking lot to me is really unfair. I think that the ones that are really at fault are the gangs in town and these "teen parties" that have little to no security!!! If these "teen parties" are banned from this venue and only the shows that have had no violence involving guns, knives, or weapon of any kind (I say that just because no matter the venue or show there is always a chance for a fist fight) are alowed to continue to use the venue i think that there will no longer be problems at this venue!

December 29, 2011 at 3:52 a.m.

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