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(Fox News)   Official at Colorado's universities say they are sure that the dramatic spike they've seen in applications to be part of next year's freshman classes at their institutions has nothing whatever to do with the fact that pot in now legal in Colorado   (foxnews.com) divider line 7
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2014-03-13 01:54:58 PM
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scottydoesntknow: Waaaay before they legalized it, my friend wanted to go to CU-Boulder (mainly because of their lax pot laws). His mom told him he'd better get a full-time job while there because they weren't going to pay for him to smoke pot all day.

Applications doesn't equal attendance, and I'm sure a few parents will have a final say in the matter.


Yeah parents would never let their kids go to a college where they might smoke pot.
2014-03-13 02:12:12 PM
1 votes:
A chronic need for a college degree
2014-03-13 01:59:33 PM
1 votes:
yo, Zafo, what's up?
2014-03-13 01:58:40 PM
1 votes:
Meh, 2014 might be the largest freshman class, but 2015 will be the smallest sophomore class.
2014-03-13 01:52:17 PM
1 votes:

AverageAmericanGuy: 2wolves: How about "whatsoever?"

This is my United States of Whatsoever!


Yeah, Whatsoever!
2014-03-13 01:25:22 PM
1 votes:

2wolves: How about "whatsoever?"


This is my United States of Whatsoever!
2014-03-13 12:56:16 PM
1 votes:
How about "whatsoever?"
 
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