GBH/GHB is a killer - A message from Earthcore
Saturday, December 13, 2003To put your frivolities into perspective and hopefully a wake up call to those who think
it's all fun and games here are a few examples of pathetic behaviour that could have ended in tragedy.
- 14 ambulances were called to our event
- 8 of those were GHB/GBH overdoses
- 1 person has just been released from intensive care after overdosing on GBH
- one person dived into the log infested river and suffered severe injuries.
- one person after being discharged from hospital was returned to the event by a member of their family
GBH IS A KILLER WARNING SIGNS ARE THERE FOR A REASON SAFETY HINTS ON THE INFO SHEET, WEBSITE AND ADVERTISING ARE THERE FOR A BLOODY GOOD REASON
I am personally over the bullshit and pathetic behaviour of some who would destroy it all for everyone else.
From now on people engaging in or encouraging stupid risk taking behaviour will be ejected from our events, people will also not be re-admitted to our events after being discharged from hospital or being previously removed for medical reasons.
Other more draconian measures will be developed to force the idiots to wake up to themselves.
Suggestions welcomed. Get your shit together or stay home where you belong.
The summer party season is upon us so please take care. The TAC have a few messages for you as well.
- The biggest killer of all for people aged 16 - 25 years in Victoria is road accidents.
- Don't drive home until you are ready.
- We face the highest risk when travelling in a car driven when the driver is under the age of 25, especially when there's more than one passenger (guys, take note).
- Also be aware the police have announced they will be carrying out drug tests on drivers over the holiday period, so don't risk losing your licence/independence Don't think this information doesn't apply to you.
We all know someone to whom the above information applies and are responsible for them as well.