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(New York Daily News)   Marijuana advertising in my Times Square to promote the legalization of it? Next thing you know, they'll be putting up neon signs   (nydailynews.com) divider line 18
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2014-04-01 09:36:18 AM  
It would be groovy if they re-purposed that old Camel sign from (the 1940s was it?) that had a guy actually smoking but changed the frequency and force of the smoke so that it looked like he was holding in the smoke for about thirty seconds and then started violently hacking while his friend said "Duuuuuuuuuuude!"


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2014-04-01 09:44:53 AM  
I knew I moved here for a reason.

/Well and about 100 other reasons.
 
2014-04-01 10:04:48 AM  

brap: It would be groovy if they re-purposed that old Camel sign from (the 1940s was it?) that had a guy actually smoking but changed the frequency and force of the smoke so that it looked like he was holding in the smoke for about thirty seconds and then started violently hacking while his friend said "Duuuuuuuuuuude!"


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That's the one that blew smoke rings if I remember the 70s.
 
2014-04-01 11:16:49 AM  
Spliffy!
 
2014-04-01 11:23:56 AM  
And how much was smoked before that grammar fail?
 
2014-04-01 11:40:25 AM  
Roll, roll, roll a joint
pass it down the line
take a toke
blow the smoke
blows your farking mind
 
2014-04-01 11:52:25 AM  
Marijuana advertising in my Times Square? It's more likely than you think!

/Centipedes?!
 
2014-04-01 12:21:26 PM  

blogs.phoenixnewtimes.com

/and i like it
 
2014-04-01 12:24:30 PM  
blogs.sfweekly.com
 
2014-04-01 12:32:43 PM  
And after that, all renditions of "New York, New York" will be replaced by John Prine's "Illegal Smile".
 
2014-04-01 12:50:12 PM  
Today's hero = tomorrow's villain? How will the counter culture react when Big Marijuana becomes a symbol of corporate greed?
 
2014-04-01 01:12:07 PM  

SpectroBoy: [blogs.phoenixnewtimes.com image 328x480]/and i like it


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2014-04-01 01:24:03 PM  

svanmeter: Today's hero = tomorrow's villain? How will the counter culture react when Big Marijuana becomes a symbol of corporate greed?


A lot of whining I would guess. It's going to happen though. Too much money to be made when it finally becomes legal for corporate people to keep hands off it. Which, on the one hand is actually a benefit to the legalization movement...if there's money to be made powerful people will be for it. Of course, on the other hand...evil.

I'm just hoping we maintain a thriving craft cannabis industry while Malboro or RJ Reynolds (wait are they the same people?) sells the equivalent or Bud Light to the masses.
 
2014-04-01 01:37:19 PM  
While I would have preferred the return of the hookers, this works too. :P
 
2014-04-01 01:43:57 PM  

Kevin Lomax: svanmeter: Today's hero = tomorrow's villain? How will the counter culture react when Big Marijuana becomes a symbol of corporate greed?

A lot of whining I would guess. It's going to happen though. Too much money to be made when it finally becomes legal for corporate people to keep hands off it. Which, on the one hand is actually a benefit to the legalization movement...if there's money to be made powerful people will be for it. Of course, on the other hand...evil.

I'm just hoping we maintain a thriving craft cannabis industry while Malboro or RJ Reynolds (wait are they the same people?) sells the equivalent or Bud Light to the masses.


I know little about this, but I wonder if Malboro & RJ Reynolds don't have plans in place to shift products?
 
2014-04-01 01:55:58 PM  

svanmeter: Kevin Lomax: svanmeter: Today's hero = tomorrow's villain? How will the counter culture react when Big Marijuana becomes a symbol of corporate greed?

A lot of whining I would guess. It's going to happen though. Too much money to be made when it finally becomes legal for corporate people to keep hands off it. Which, on the one hand is actually a benefit to the legalization movement...if there's money to be made powerful people will be for it. Of course, on the other hand...evil.

I'm just hoping we maintain a thriving craft cannabis industry while Malboro or RJ Reynolds (wait are they the same people?) sells the equivalent or Bud Light to the masses.

I know little about this, but I wonder if Malboro & RJ Reynolds don't have plans in place to shift products?



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No thanks. They would add dozens of chemicals to something that is fine the way it grows.
 
2014-04-01 04:40:03 PM  

SpectroBoy: svanmeter: Kevin Lomax: svanmeter: Today's hero = tomorrow's villain? How will the counter culture react when Big Marijuana becomes a symbol of corporate greed?

A lot of whining I would guess. It's going to happen though. Too much money to be made when it finally becomes legal for corporate people to keep hands off it. Which, on the one hand is actually a benefit to the legalization movement...if there's money to be made powerful people will be for it. Of course, on the other hand...evil.

I'm just hoping we maintain a thriving craft cannabis industry while Malboro or RJ Reynolds (wait are they the same people?) sells the equivalent or Bud Light to the masses.

I know little about this, but I wonder if Malboro & RJ Reynolds don't have plans in place to shift products?


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No thanks. They would add dozens of chemicals to something that is fine the way it grows.


No need to worry. It's so easy to grow. There will always be a craft market. I'm not entirely sure that the huge corps will be able to corner a large part of this coming market. They probably will, but I don't see what they'll have to offer.
 
2014-04-02 05:19:47 AM  

svanmeter: Today's hero = tomorrow's villain? How will the counter culture react when Big Marijuana becomes a symbol of corporate greed?


Wow! I never thought of it like that!

Because of the possibility of big business taking over marijuana, we should definitely scrap legalization and keep putting cannabis users in cages!
 
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