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(SeattlePI)   If the cops stop you and ask if the Rice Krispies treats you're selling on the side of the road contain pot, the proper response is: A) No B) Speak to my lawyer C) A little. Not too much, but a little   (blog.seattlepi.com) divider line 36
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2013-08-20 06:28:27 PM
"Do you now, or have you ever had any association with the Point Place Police Department?"
"No"
"Okay, here's your brownie. You have about 30 minutes to get somewhere safe."

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2013-08-20 06:29:28 PM
i.chzbgr.com
 
2013-08-20 06:29:50 PM
What do you do if they ask you if you are a god?
 
2013-08-20 06:36:09 PM
Hemp Fest? WTF?
 
2013-08-20 06:40:24 PM
$513 seems too high for unlicensed vending.

/at least the pot is legal there.
 
2013-08-20 06:41:38 PM
Between this link and the "return of the five monster cereals" link from earlier... I've come up with a great idea!
 
2013-08-20 06:42:46 PM
Meanwhile, all the folks selling the same treats inside of HempFest got away with it.

Better luck next year, Obvious Weed Treat-Selling Man.
 
2013-08-20 06:48:10 PM
Well, they didn't bring enough for the rest of the class.

Assholes.
 
2013-08-20 06:54:14 PM

red5ish: Hemp Fest? WTF?


Ruffians and hooligans and hipsters from all parts migrate to Seattle 4 times a year with the sole purpose of screwing up traffic and parking in my driveway; Hempfest, Bite of Seattle, NW Freaklife, and Bumbershoot.

I hate them all.
 
2013-08-20 06:54:40 PM
Remember, keep your drugs at home.
And the correct answer is probably None of the Above.
 
2013-08-20 06:57:17 PM

Soup4Bonnie: red5ish: Hemp Fest? WTF?

Ruffians and hooligans and hipsters from all parts migrate to Seattle 4 times a year with the sole purpose of screwing up traffic and parking in my driveway; Hempfest, Bite of Seattle, NW Freaklife, and Bumbershoot.

I hate them all.


Or just go smoke some weed, eat some good food, listen to some bands, and, I don't know, wear a leather corset and whip people?  I don't know what freaklife is.

I wish my city had cool stuff like that though.
 
2013-08-20 06:58:39 PM

scottydoesntknow: "Do you now, or have you ever had any association with the Point Place Police Department?"
"No"
"Okay, here's your brownie. You have about 30 minutes to get somewhere safe."


You win.
//It runs on water man
 
2013-08-20 06:59:02 PM

Soup4Bonnie: red5ish: Hemp Fest? WTF?

Ruffians and hooligans and hipsters from all parts migrate to Seattle 4 times a year with the sole purpose of screwing up traffic and parking in my driveway; Hempfest, Bite of Seattle, NW Freaklife, and Bumbershoot.

I hate them all.


Try living in Kirkland, people park their farking boat trailers in our driveways- assholes.
 
2013-08-20 07:27:17 PM
Officers wrote the man a $513 ticket for unlicensed vending and seized his stash-94 Rice Krispy squares, which apparently smelled like pot-and destroyed them.

Sure they did.... Eating them is destroying them;  right?
 
2013-08-20 07:27:34 PM

TuteTibiImperes: Or just go smoke some weed


I do, but I don't need an event shrouded in the wonders of hemp as an excuse.  I also don't park in other people's driveways when I do it.

TuteTibiImperes: eat some good food


I do, but you're only going to find crappy food stands at the Bite, except for Tom Douglas' gig but I'd just go to one of his restaurants if i wanted that fare.  Also, I don't park in other people's driveways when I do it.

TuteTibiImperes: listen to some bands


Thanks to the wonders of PA systems, I can listen to every single crappy band that plays from my house without the hassle of parking in someone else's driveway when I do it.

TuteTibiImperes: I don't know what freaklife is.


NW Folklife is the real name, but given the tie-dyed anachronisms that show up, I'll stick with my label.  These people don't park in my driveway.  I don't think their microbus can make it up QA.  No, these unbathed pillars of society camp out in my neighbors lawn and piss wherever they want.  Nature, man.  It's more natural.

peacheslatour: Try living in Kirkland


Ew.  No.  I love Seattle.
 
2013-08-20 07:27:35 PM

Soup4Bonnie: red5ish: Hemp Fest? WTF?

Ruffians and hooligans and hipsters from all parts migrate to Seattle 4 times a year with the sole purpose of screwing up traffic and parking in my driveway; Hempfest, Bite of Seattle, NW Freaklife, and Bumbershoot.

I hate them all.


get outta my driveway does have the same ring as get off my lawn
 
2013-08-20 07:29:33 PM
peacheslatour:

Try living in Kirkland, people park their farking boat trailers in our driveways- assholes.

So unhitch the trailer. Roll it into the middle of one lane of traffic. Laugh and video it when the cops show up to get it towed away. Much easier than trying to get a cop to show up to ticket and town it for blocking your driveway. Provided your neighbors are cool with you farking with driveway blockers and don't snitch.

/Unless the boat tower dude locks the trailer to his hitch/safety chains.
 
2013-08-20 07:29:42 PM

Soup4Bonnie: TuteTibiImperes: Or just go smoke some weed

I do, but I don't need an event shrouded in the wonders of hemp as an excuse.  I also don't park in other people's driveways when I do it.

TuteTibiImperes: eat some good food

I do, but you're only going to find crappy food stands at the Bite, except for Tom Douglas' gig but I'd just go to one of his restaurants if i wanted that fare.  Also, I don't park in other people's driveways when I do it.

TuteTibiImperes: listen to some bands

Thanks to the wonders of PA systems, I can listen to every single crappy band that plays from my house without the hassle of parking in someone else's driveway when I do it.

TuteTibiImperes: I don't know what freaklife is.

NW Folklife is the real name, but given the tie-dyed anachronisms that show up, I'll stick with my label.  These people don't park in my driveway.  I don't think their microbus can make it up QA.  No, these unbathed pillars of society camp out in my neighbors lawn and piss wherever they want.  Nature, man.  It's more natural.

peacheslatour: Try living in Kirkland

Ew.  No.  I love Seattle.


Try not living in the part of Seattle that hosts those events.

/lives blocks away from CHBP
//can't even tell it's there
 
2013-08-20 07:29:53 PM
Once again, government crushing small business.

He shouldn't have written off his display all up front, he can depreciate the krispy box overtime.
 
2013-08-20 07:32:48 PM
Officers wrote the man a $513 ticket for unlicensed vending and seized his stash-94 Rice Krispy squares, which apparently smelled like pot-and destroyed them.

Yeah, destroyed them good. They're nothing but piggie poop now.
 
2013-08-20 07:33:29 PM

Soup4Bonnie: TuteTibiImperes: Or just go smoke some weed

I do, but I don't need an event shrouded in the wonders of hemp as an excuse.  I also don't park in other people's driveways when I do it.

TuteTibiImperes: eat some good food

I do, but you're only going to find crappy food stands at the Bite, except for Tom Douglas' gig but I'd just go to one of his restaurants if i wanted that fare.  Also, I don't park in other people's driveways when I do it.

TuteTibiImperes: listen to some bands

Thanks to the wonders of PA systems, I can listen to every single crappy band that plays from my house without the hassle of parking in someone else's driveway when I do it.

TuteTibiImperes: I don't know what freaklife is.

NW Folklife is the real name, but given the tie-dyed anachronisms that show up, I'll stick with my label.  These people don't park in my driveway.  I don't think their microbus can make it up QA.  No, these unbathed pillars of society camp out in my neighbors lawn and piss wherever they want.  Nature, man.  It's more natural.

peacheslatour: Try living in Kirkland

Ew.  No.  I love Seattle.


Gotcha, I can see how it would be annoying having people block your driveway (the people down at the beach around here just put sharp boulders along the edge of their yard to discourage people parking there, and put out cones at the end of their driveway).

On the other hand, it seems like it would exciting to live somewhere where you can just walk to all of that.  Part of me has always wanted to live in a big city where you can just walk to cool stuff, or jump on a subway (or a monorail, or whatever Seattle has) to get to another cool part of town, and never have to worry about parking, or designated drivers, or any of that other nonsense.
 
2013-08-20 07:35:11 PM

sheep snorter: peacheslatour:

Try living in Kirkland, people park their farking boat trailers in our driveways- assholes.

So unhitch the trailer. Roll it into the middle of one lane of traffic. Laugh and video it when the cops show up to get it towed away. Much easier than trying to get a cop to show up to ticket and town it for blocking your driveway. Provided your neighbors are cool with you farking with driveway blockers and don't snitch.

/Unless the boat tower dude locks the trailer to his hitch/safety chains.


Ya know, I never thought of that hmm...
 
2013-08-20 07:42:10 PM

TuteTibiImperes: Soup4Bonnie: TuteTibiImperes: Or just go smoke some weed

I do, but I don't need an event shrouded in the wonders of hemp as an excuse.  I also don't park in other people's driveways when I do it.

TuteTibiImperes: eat some good food

I do, but you're only going to find crappy food stands at the Bite, except for Tom Douglas' gig but I'd just go to one of his restaurants if i wanted that fare.  Also, I don't park in other people's driveways when I do it.

TuteTibiImperes: listen to some bands

Thanks to the wonders of PA systems, I can listen to every single crappy band that plays from my house without the hassle of parking in someone else's driveway when I do it.

TuteTibiImperes: I don't know what freaklife is.

NW Folklife is the real name, but given the tie-dyed anachronisms that show up, I'll stick with my label.  These people don't park in my driveway.  I don't think their microbus can make it up QA.  No, these unbathed pillars of society camp out in my neighbors lawn and piss wherever they want.  Nature, man.  It's more natural.

peacheslatour: Try living in Kirkland

Ew.  No.  I love Seattle.

Gotcha, I can see how it would be annoying having people block your driveway (the people down at the beach around here just put sharp boulders along the edge of their yard to discourage people parking there, and put out cones at the end of their driveway).

On the other hand, it seems like it would exciting to live somewhere where you can just walk to all of that.  Part of me has always wanted to live in a big city where you can just walk to cool stuff, or jump on a subway (or a monorail, or whatever Seattle has) to get to another cool part of town, and never have to worry about parking, or designated drivers, or any of that other nonsense.


It is exciting.

If you live or work within city limits and you expect to be able to use your vehicle, you're doing it wrong here.
 
2013-08-20 07:48:06 PM
"Officers wrote the man a $513 ticket for unlicensed vending and seized his stash-94 Rice Krispy squares, which apparently smelled like pot-and destroyed them."

If by destroy they mean they tore into them like kids at fat camp, then yes, destroyed indeed.
 
2013-08-20 07:53:27 PM

Soup4Bonnie: red5ish: Hemp Fest? WTF?

Ruffians and hooligans and hipsters


Sounds like the people I was friends with during Architecture School.
 
2013-08-20 07:58:53 PM

DarkVader: $513 seems too high for unlicensed vending.

/at least the pot is legal there.


Yeah, you know what... They didn't arrest him, charge and convict him with a serious crime and completely fark with his like. I'm totally OK with this. Sure, it's a steep fine, but that's still a hell of an improvement over what we do in the majority of the rest of the country.

If needing to be a licensed vendor to sell pot laced food - or risk significant fines - is the price of legalization then it's well worth it. Way better than continuing the awful "war on drugs".
 
2013-08-20 07:59:26 PM
Just wait until the end of the year when stuff gets sorted out.
 
2013-08-20 08:01:00 PM

The My Little Pony Killer: Better luck next year, Obvious Weed Treat-Selling Man.


Picturing that commercial in my mind.
/whoa
 
2013-08-20 08:04:58 PM

TuteTibiImperes: Part of me has always wanted to live in a big city where you can just walk to cool stuff, or jump on a subway (or a monorail, or whatever Seattle has) to get to another cool part of town, and never have to worry about parking, or designated drivers, or any of that other nonsense.


It is.  I love it.  I walk to work most days through Seattle City Center and it's a wonderful life I have, even with my blocked driveway.  I thought SF was the most beautiful city but even on the wettest grey day Seattle brings the charm.  Weeds legal, so is gay marriage, plastic bags are banned and there are crazy amounts of people who take public transit, bike or walk to work.  Good beer, good coffee, great food.  Come visit! Just mind where you park and please tell everyone it rained the entire miserable time you were here.
 
2013-08-20 08:16:44 PM

peacheslatour: Try living in Kirkland, people park their farking boat trailers in our driveways- assholes.


Wow, really?  That's pretty farked up.  People park *in front* of my driveway from time to time... but *in* your driveway?  Damn.

Is it easy to get them towed?  Down here it just takes a phone call and the car is gone in like 30 minutes.  Unlike other dealings with the city... towing brings in a lot of cash, and they get right on it.
 
2013-08-20 08:17:33 PM

DarkVader: $513 seems too high for unlicensed vending.

/at least the pot is legal there.


I don't know about that. Assuming the licenses are something beyond just paying money for a piece of paper and involve proving that you know how to handle food and drugs safely, then it doesn't seem high at all. That might be a bad assumption, though.
 
2013-08-20 08:48:02 PM
Officers wrote the man a $513 ticket for unlicensed vending and seized his stash-94 Rice Krispy squares, which apparently smelled like pot-and destroyed them.

It's a shame all 74 Rice Krispy squares had to be destroyed, but that's the law.
 
2013-08-20 09:11:46 PM
you wanna avoid all this shiat and dumbass cops?

DON'T farkING DRIVE.

Walk, cycle, take a bus, taxi, plane, train...the chances of dipshiat pigs interfering is dramatically reduced.

Cars are the pigs' excuse for pulling you over and farking with you.
 
2013-08-20 09:22:33 PM

mrEdude: you wanna avoid all this shiat and dumbass cops?

DON'T farkING DRIVE.

Walk, cycle, take a bus, taxi, plane, train...the chances of dipshiat pigs interfering is dramatically reduced.

Cars are the pigs' excuse for pulling you over and farking with you.


Wow, you really didn't read the article did you.
 
2013-08-20 09:52:06 PM

downstairs: peacheslatour: Try living in Kirkland, people park their farking boat trailers in our driveways- assholes.

Wow, really?  That's pretty farked up.  People park *in front* of my driveway from time to time... but *in* your driveway?  Damn.

Is it easy to get them towed?  Down here it just takes a phone call and the car is gone in like 30 minutes.  Unlike other dealings with the city... towing brings in a lot of cash, and they get right on it.


Oh, they say "I'll only be here a minute" then the next thing you know they're gone for the day.  Once during Moss Bay Days we had a guy park his car on our front lawn for days- we had to mow around the farking thing.  We have since put up a fence.  We've lived here a long time, we used to try to be accommodating.
 
2013-08-20 11:55:07 PM

peacheslatour: downstairs: peacheslatour: Try living in Kirkland, people park their farking boat trailers in our driveways- assholes.

Wow, really?  That's pretty farked up.  People park *in front* of my driveway from time to time... but *in* your driveway?  Damn.

Is it easy to get them towed?  Down here it just takes a phone call and the car is gone in like 30 minutes.  Unlike other dealings with the city... towing brings in a lot of cash, and they get right on it.

Oh, they say "I'll only be here a minute" then the next thing you know they're gone for the day.  Once during Moss Bay Days we had a guy park his car on our front lawn for days- we had to mow around the farking thing.  We have since put up a fence.  We've lived here a long time, we used to try to be accommodating.


Damn. That sucks.  Theres so much money to be made in towing, I'm kinda surprised.
 
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