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2012-11-01 12:24:21 PM  
Was it blocked by 300 Spartans?
 
2012-11-01 12:24:43 PM  
www.tabloidprodigy.com
 
2012-11-01 12:25:17 PM  
Like, far out, man.
 
2012-11-01 12:26:16 PM  
I'm trying to remember who said it: Where morals and economics conflict, the economic interests will always prevail.

Consumers are the real job creators. The 1% are just hoarders.
 
2012-11-01 12:28:24 PM  
Still won't stop them from devolving into the drugaddled cesspool of crime and government subsistence that we have been assured will occur if the devil weed is ever legalized here in the states.
 
2012-11-01 12:29:03 PM  
Fark really needs a Spliffy tag for occasions like this.
 
2012-11-01 12:30:42 PM  
Well it still said shops could ban foreigners if they wanted to. Now is it just a blanket ban or can you just ban people from certain countries?
 
2012-11-01 12:33:07 PM  
True Fact: Amsterdam is one of the friendliest, most beautiful and most enjoyable big cities I've ever visited. And I was sober most of the time I was there.

Next time, I'll be higher than Jesus. Count on it.

/did get ripped before the Van Gogh museum
//highly recommended
 
2012-11-01 12:33:39 PM  

groppet: Well it still said shops could ban foreigners if they wanted to. Now is it just a blanket ban or can you just ban people from certain countries?


FTA: "...However, under a provisional governing pact unveiled this week, cities can bar foreigners from weed shops if they choose...."


Put down the pipe, son.
 
2012-11-01 12:35:47 PM  
Why would you want to smoke ditch weed?
 
2012-11-01 12:37:24 PM  
Well, this was predictable. You can't put the genie back in the bottle.
 
2012-11-01 12:38:39 PM  
Can't pass up the dope-head dollah!
 
2012-11-01 12:42:43 PM  

germ78: Fark really needs a Spliffy tag for occasions like this.


Naw, the current tag covers more territory, and the headlines tell you whether it's Spliffy (this one), Stiffy (Sophia Vergara in various states of undress), or plain 'ol Spiffy (Farkers raised $15K+ for soup kitchen).
 
2012-11-01 12:42:48 PM  
Who cares? In less than a week, we'll likely have two states (which are closer to home) that are gonna give us full legal access to some of the best weed in the world. No more flying to the other side of the world. I'm packing my bags for either Washington or Colorado.
 
2012-11-01 12:43:50 PM  
Dutch ditch weed pass.

I know what all of those words mean, but that sentence barely makes sense. Also, all of those words could be nouns, verbs or adjectives depending on their order.

Groovy.
 
2012-11-01 12:46:27 PM  

ManRay: Dutch ditch weed pass.

I know what all of those words mean, but that sentence barely makes sense. Also, all of those words could be nouns, verbs or adjectives depending on their order.

Groovy.

 

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2012-11-01 12:47:48 PM  

Mr_Fabulous: True Fact: Amsterdam is one of the friendliest, most beautiful and most enjoyable big cities I've ever visited. And I was sober most of the time I was there.

Next time, I'll be higher than Jesus. Count on it.

/did get ripped before the Van Gogh museum
//highly recommended


I absolutely LOVE Amsterdam, and I don't even smoke pot. I'm a big fan of tattoos and whores, though.
 
2012-11-01 12:50:53 PM  

wildcardjack:
Consumers are the real job creators. The 1% are just hoarders.


I don't think I've ever seen the driving force behind the economy made more succinctly. Bravo.
 
2012-11-01 12:50:53 PM  

Drexl's Eye: Mr_Fabulous: True Fact: Amsterdam is one of the friendliest, most beautiful and most enjoyable big cities I've ever visited. And I was sober most of the time I was there.

Next time, I'll be higher than Jesus. Count on it.

/did get ripped before the Van Gogh museum
//highly recommended

I absolutely LOVE Amsterdam, and I don't even smoke pot. I'm a big fan of tattoos and whores, though.


Third. The minute I hit the city I felt at home. Sure there are touristy place full of head shops but most of the city is just amazing.

/And they have GREAT weed.
 
2012-11-01 12:56:17 PM  
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2012-11-01 12:58:19 PM  
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**** yeah dude check this **** out
 
2012-11-01 01:01:29 PM  

groppet: Well it still said shops could ban foreigners if they wanted to. Now is it just a blanket ban or can you just ban people from certain countries?


Cities. That does raise an interesting question. If the law had passed, would it have been in violation of EU free trade agreements or human rights law?
 
2012-11-01 01:09:26 PM  
Stock in Doritos up on the news.

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2012-11-01 01:10:56 PM  

ManRay: Dutch ditch weed pass.

I know what all of those words mean, but that sentence barely makes sense. Also, all of those words could be nouns, verbs or adjectives depending on their order.

Groovy.



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2012-11-01 01:13:14 PM  
Where's "Spliffy" tag?
 
2012-11-01 01:22:55 PM  

ManRay: Dutch ditch weed pass.

I know what all of those words mean, but that sentence barely makes sense. Also, all of those words could be nouns, verbs or adjectives depending on their order.

Groovy.


Dutch is a verb?

/i only hate two things, those with intolerance to other culture, and the dutch...
 
2012-11-01 01:24:15 PM  

Gordon Bennett: groppet: Well it still said shops could ban foreigners if they wanted to. Now is it just a blanket ban or can you just ban people from certain countries?

Cities. That does raise an interesting question. If the law had passed, would it have been in violation of EU free trade agreements or human rights law?


I would bet the law will hold up as its residents of the city are allowed and not Dutch citizens. So a Dutchman who asn't a resident would not be allowed. It would be the same as giving locals discounts (or free access) on public amenities like libraries or swimming pools etc.
 
2012-11-01 01:45:35 PM  
If you really can't get weed in the rest of the continent, you are lame.

Beautiful place though, worth a visit.
 
2012-11-01 01:50:15 PM  
I wonder if Dutch ditch weed is better than Mexican ditch weed?
 
2012-11-01 02:32:44 PM  
Which reminds me...what is the over/under on President Obama rescheduling pot here in the USA?
 
2012-11-01 02:45:30 PM  

StoneColdAtheist: Which reminds me...what is the over/under on President Obama rescheduling pot here in the USA?


Considering that his Administration has be prosecuting pot busts at a faster clip than other Presidents...the odds are not good.

The best hope is that his position on pot changes to "evolving" right before the mid term elections.
 
2012-11-01 02:49:33 PM  

Hale-Bopp: Who cares? In less than a week, we'll likely have two states (which are closer to home) that are gonna give us full legal access to some of the best weed in the world. No more flying to the other side of the world. I'm packing my bags for either Washington or Colorado.


Both are great states as well.

Fishing, hunting, snow sports, mountains, chilled out people and clean air.

Add an opportunity to sample the best cultivated cannabis on the planet, and I'm betting there is going to be a nice tourist boom in each state.

Good for them.
 
2012-11-01 03:12:28 PM  

ManRay: StoneColdAtheist: Which reminds me...what is the over/under on President Obama rescheduling pot here in the USA?

Considering that his Administration has be prosecuting pot busts at a faster clip than other Presidents...the odds are not good.

The best hope is that his position on pot changes to "evolving" right before the mid term elections.


The cynic in me wants to believe that he started busting pot dispensaries to take the issue off the table for this campaign. As fast as waiting until the eve of the mid-terms, I think that'd be a a mistake. Better to do it right after this election and give the dust two years to settle before risking losses in the mid-terms.

Hey, one can always hope, right? ;)
 
2012-11-01 03:41:02 PM  
Wasn't there a change in the law that stated if you did something overseas that was legal there, you could still get prosecuted for it in the US (assuming it was against US law).
 
2012-11-01 03:43:50 PM  

Hale-Bopp: Who cares? In less than a week, we'll likely have two states (which are closer to home) that are gonna give us full legal access to some of the best weed in the world. No more flying to the other side of the world. I'm packing my bags for either Washington or Colorado.


I'll be voting yes in Colorado and I don't even smoke it. Somehow I think the anti-marijuana crowd will win even if it passes. They'll find a way for it to never be implemented.
 
2012-11-01 04:37:37 PM  

Intoxoman: Hale-Bopp: Who cares? In less than a week, we'll likely have two states (which are closer to home) that are gonna give us full legal access to some of the best weed in the world. No more flying to the other side of the world. I'm packing my bags for either Washington or Colorado.

I'll be voting yes in Colorado and I don't even smoke it. Somehow I think the anti-marijuana crowd will win even if it passes. They'll find a way for it to never be implemented.


Good on you and thanks in advance. If Colorado passes, then my tourism dollars will go to you guys next.

I personally think that, if it passes, it'll work as well as medical marijuana did in that people who want to sell it or grow it will do so regardless of any opposition. As word gets around that the feds simply don't have the resources to shut operations down around the entire state, more and more people will become brave enough to do what state law already allows them to do.

In fact, I look forward to a few years from now when prices go down and quality goes up all over the country due to heavy exports from whichever state(s) legalize it first. Good times ahead!
 
2012-11-01 04:39:44 PM  

Resident Muslim: Wasn't there a change in the law that stated if you did something overseas that was legal there, you could still get prosecuted for it in the US (assuming it was against US law).


Ask Rush.
 
2012-11-01 09:18:24 PM  
Who is smoking ditch weed?
 
2012-11-02 03:27:41 AM  

UsikFark: Resident Muslim: Wasn't there a change in the law that stated if you did something overseas that was legal there, you could still get prosecuted for it in the US (assuming it was against US law).

Ask Rush.


Or to modernize that, ask Sen. Menendez.
 
2012-11-02 05:34:28 AM  

Intoxoman: Hale-Bopp: Who cares? In less than a week, we'll likely have two states (which are closer to home) that are gonna give us full legal access to some of the best weed in the world. No more flying to the other side of the world. I'm packing my bags for either Washington or Colorado.

I'll be voting yes in Colorado and I don't even smoke it. Somehow I think the anti-marijuana crowd will win even if it passes. They'll find a way for it to never be implemented.


It will be too bad about those 'accidents' dopers will have with cars. Like when I drive into them.
 
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