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Wednesday November 10th, 2010

Ravers throwing an illegal party in the Eastern Townships learned a valuable lesson on the importance of thoroughly checking out a location before setting anything up. The boys and girls who organized this outdoor shindig didn't bother to investigate the parcel of land they were squatting on, and missed the fact that the owners, and their three large rottweilers, were camping out for a hunting trip just a stone throw away from the party site.

It didn't take long for the owners to realize that ravers were trespassing on their property, and these gun toting country folks didn't take kindly to their presence. Instead of calling the police or asking the party makers to leave, the owners sent their surprisingly well trained dogs after them. Most of the promoters managed to jump into their van without getting hurt, but one girl received a small bite that thankfully didn't break the skin. Her friends managed to save her from the animal before it could do any real damage.

Once everyone was safely inside the van, the promoters sped off like bats out of hell, leaving behind three speakers, a subwoofer, and a portable generator, equipment that carries a price tag of at least fifteen hundred dollars. The organizers were lucky that they hadn't got around to setting up the mixer or CDJs, which would have set them back even more.

The property owners, after successfully chasing the ravers away, shot their guns into the air like Yosemite Sam. They wanted to put the fear of God into these kids, and it worked. The promoters spent the rest of the night texting and calling friends to make sure no one showed up for the party, since they wanted to avoid anyone having to deal with the rednecks who had attacked them.
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