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Holy shit just got back from marching all around boston with a huge crowd of over a thousand people. Car alarms set off, boobs shown, arrests, kids swimming in the Science Christian Center Mirror Pool, Riot Gear, Flipping Cars, Cops everywhere, Drop Kick Blasting in Bars, Beer, ahhhhhh who was part of this madness!? Most fun i have ever had. (Note i didntÂ vandalize) Go Sox!!!!
It was such a fun experience...Riots are awesome haha, I cant imagine how crazy the protests during vietnam must have been. One point was so sick, the cops cornered us in around North Eastern University and started marching through the crowd to disperse everyone and people started to leave, then some kid from the NE dorm started Blasting "Im shipping up to boston" by the drop kick murphys and everyone went insane and ran back to towards the cops...but then he shut it off and people left haha. Most people were just having a good time, it was just a few who took it too far. Fun times for sure.
Maybe next year we can do this again. And the parade is tomorrow which will be sick.
i wish i could've been there.Â but everyone at my college is from MA, so there pretty much was a riot on the quad and a mass exodus to the practice football field where kids ripped one of the goal posts down.Â couches were lit on fire as well
maybe for you...'04 when we beat the Yankees was MUCH crazier. The police weren't nearly as prepared and it was a complete and utter shit show. I saw a lot more mayhem go down in the 2004 ALCS. The police kept a lid on things a lot better this year (even though they were still "riots").
i bet it was crazier for a lot back in 2004, simply because the ALCS was fuckin nuts against the yankees (whom most boston peopl, as well as most of the country, hates), and they finally won the world series after 86 years of not winning it.
"At least 37 arrested during Red Sox 'celebrations'
Q1x00199_9Boston won the World Series last night. By 2 a.m. ET, local media report that Boston police had made at least 37 arrests as thousands of fans swarmed the neighborhoods around Fenway Park.
"The celebration appeared milder than three years ago, when the Red Sox ended their long championship drought, but as the revelry continued into the morning, fans overturned cars and set small fires," The Boston Globe reports.
So far this year, no one has been killed during the raucous celebrations.
If you're done thinking about the World Series, check out this video of what the announcer describes -- at the top of his lungs -- as "the most sensational, incredible ending in all of Division III." It includes more than a dozen lateral passes and ends with a touchdown."